Hell’s Kitchen – 5 Asian Dishes I Can’t Get Enough of

Blue Ribbon Sushi Oxtail Fried RiceThe latest issue of W42st has a proud theme.  Inside there’s a mini zine where you’ll find 5 Asian dishes I’m mostly proud of

Oxtail Fried Rice at Blue Ribbon Sushi – Bone Marrow added for exceptional richness, while fluffy omelette makes it exceptionally good looking.  Sauteed Squid is a close runner-up

Tofu at Danji – The only tofu I consistently order in NYC.  A Hell’s Kitchen classic

Pad Ped Moo Krob at Larb Ubol– Its like the “Best of Thai” in one dish.  Beautiful crispy pork belly, Thai eggplant, peppercorns, curry paste, and plenty of chili heat

Shredded Beef w/Asian Spicy Green Chili at Gourmet Szechuan 56 – Its so good, it makes you put the phone away.  Besides, I cant catch a signal here anyway.

Pork and Crab Soup Dumplings at Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen – I’ve ordered them so many times, they’ve stopped asking what I want.  My picture should be on that wall in no time, next to Andrew Zimmern

Danji Tofu


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4 thoughts on “Hell’s Kitchen – 5 Asian Dishes I Can’t Get Enough of

  1. Brenda Zdenek

    Hey Ziggy

    Took a look and LOVE this magazine. I cannot find your story. What issue did it appear in?

    Brenda Z


  2. WEQueen

    Have you tried the Mapu Tofu at Han Dynasty? My fave.

  3. Tanya

    Been to all of them except for Larb Ubol! Out of the listed dishes I think the oxtail fried rice at Blue Ribbon Sushi is my favourite 👍👍Then the tofu at Danji 👍 But they’re all good ……😋

  4. jennyr261

    Yes, that tofu dish at Danji is great. But I still dream about eggplants in garlic sauce at Gourmet Szechuan 56. The small purple eggplants in their glistening sauce is one of the prettiest dishes I’ve ever seen. And delish too.

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