Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Kyotofu - Manhattan

You Watching Hatervision, Again?
Puff, change that channel - all the jealousy is not good for you. This post may only make it worse, though. Kyotofu is a small restaurant near Amy's bread in Hell's Kitchen. It's like a small slice of Japan here in the Apple. I found it last night as I was trolling through this sweet blog called Dessertbuzz.

You can sit in the window or make your way to the small dining room in the back. It has a sleek, clean, intelligent design - not unlike yours truly.

I started off with the green tea soba noodles. They were cool and tasty (again, just like the kid.) Sorry, no matter how hard I tried, I could not make the piggy-slurping noise that you have mastered.
Next up, the chicken and tofu burger with a side of lotus root chips. I need to take a photography class because this shot simply doesn't capture the deliciousness. The burger was so juicy and tender. Ever seen a wolf maul a small animal? You get the picture.

The best was yet to come. Of course, it was at this point that my camera battery died. Rank amateur, I know. I had to go steal someone else's photo of my dessert. I'll get my own shot when we go back. I had the "signature sweet tofu" which comes with a side dish of kuromitsu black sugar syrup. That must be Japanese for "slamming." It was smooth and creamy and very light.
705 9th Ave
Manhattan

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2 comments:

  1. Oh man.. without the slurping, you are doing the yummy soba a disservice. Looks like you need practice.. ;)

    I want to have those lotus root chips!!! I love those. Unlike the typical potato chips, these are slightly more fragrant. Maybe it's just me.

    Guess this is another spot we have to visit...

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  2. Yeah, those chips were surprisingly good. I gobbled em down like a real pig.

    We definitely need to go there.

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