What’s The Food: Taiwan Style Teriyaki!
Welcome back, WTM family! Have you eaten at any of the places we’ve mentioned? Let us know what you thought!
Have you ever heard of Taiwanese Teriyaki? Neither did I, until one week ago and it’s absolutely delicious. Cheers Cut is a Taiwanese fried chicken and Asian comfort food eatery. The fried chicken and fried squid are popular items on the menu but the Taiwanese teriyaki dishes are equally as tasty. If you’re in the East Village and want to have a quick bite for around ten dollars, this is definitely a good place to try.
36 St. Mark’s Place
New York, NY
You know we love margaritas and tacos over here at #What’sTheMoveNYC, this time we take it uptown to L’encanto D’Lola. This Mexican restaurant is small and their menu does not offer anything different than most of the others but the food and the drinks HIT. They really do. D’Lola also has a cool, low-key happy hour. They even have a regular in house singer that sings the best Spanish songs. And who doesn’t love a good Spanish song or two while you’re drinking margaritas and eating tacos?
57 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10026
I’m sure everyone knows about Chop’t, the salad focused chain restaurant. You can get any salad put into a wrap but I recommend the Mexican Caesar. You’re welcome! Please be sure to check out some of these places and don’t forget to give us some feedback!