Please note: this list is heavily influenced by the places we went. This is not a list of TOP lobster rolls at Bar Harbor, rather just a list of lobsters rolls eaten by me. Bonus: one whole lobster picture as it is somewhat related. Lobster, Bar Harbor, close enough keywords!
Feel like having a variety of foods grilled for you Japanese style? This is the place to be if you are around the NoMad/Flatiron area. Definitely get the mochi wrapped in smoked bacon (for that difference in texture) and beef tongue. I know, I know, beef tongue sounds gross but it’s good. Just think of it as regular beef and your stomach will thank your brain.
Hint: Bring a friend so you can share more different types of dishes!
Served with confetti cherry tomatoes & a basil vinaigrette
Lightly breaded & fried with peppers, Served with tartar & marinara sauces
My favorite dish from John Doe was the Mozzarella Burrata.The tartiness from the vinaigrette, the sweetness from the colorful cherry tomatoes, and the ridiculously fresh mozzarella created the best taste in mouth combo.
They have one dollar oysters from 4-8pm and happy hour drinks. I got a well drink (rum and pineapple) for 6 dollars!
I really like the pickled plum soda. It might be an acquired taste but I am a fan of eating dried pickled plums by itself.
The pho was good with the oxtail broth. There wasn’t a lot of choices for pho like you would usually see at a pho shop but still a good place if you’re craving pho and don’t want to trek further into Queens.
garlic soy sauce marinated sauteed chicken thigh served with slice scallion & onion
mild spicy sauce
slow cooked korean style pork belly with white kimchi & scallion topped with chef’s sauce
This is the second time I have been here to this Korean restaurant and it is really great for carnivores and small groups who like to share. The food is served family style and pork belly is their specialty.
Tip: try to get here by 6pm to get a seat. The tables fill up quick even on a week night!