Thursday, February 21, 2008

CHB's Take on Takeout

The blogoholics over at Clinton Hill Blog have a post up today about takeout in the neighborhood, which reminds me that I'm overdue on a post I've been working on that was requested in a comment a while back about the same thing (Ed Note: Wow, that was an unweildy sentence). A proper Clinton Hill Takeout post will be forthcoming at some point, but off the top of my head:

Kinara is pretty great. I'm taking my first tepid steps into the world of Indian food, but I'm enjoying everything so far. Try the tikka masala or the vindaloo (if you can handle spicy).

Focaccino makes a unique pizza and their sandwiches are pretty inexpensive and very good. Half of them seem to have goat cheese on them, which is fine by me.

As I mentioned the other day, I'm in love with the toasted monte cristo panini from Bergen Bagels. Everything from them is good, though.

Little Louie's pizza on Myrtle is my favorite straight pie, but Liberty is pretty good as well.

For sushi, I've been ordering from Sushi Tatsu for a long time. Try the Samurai Roll.

I'm still looking for my favorite Chinese place. I haven't had much Chinese since moving in, and we seem to try a different restaurant each time we order, so I don't have a good idea of what's the best. Any suggestions?


Anonymous said...

For Chinese, Kum Kau is hands down my favorite.

ch native said...

I'm sorry and I'm definitely not trying to be rude or mean, but if you don't know that Kum Kau is the best chinese and has been since the late 80's and that Luigi's on Dekalb (not little louies -yuck, or liberty) is the pizza in Clinton Hill then you definitely don't know much about clinton hill food and everyone should take this blog with a grain of salt