Trends in Japan usually show up here a couple of months or years later; here is one to watch. It appears that men do not like to be seen eating elaborate cakes in public, so a confectioner set up what looks like a typical fast food outlet to sell what look like hamburgers and fries, but that are in fact cake.
Go for Lunch at Hi-Collar, the East Village's Japanese Coffee and Sake Bar
Peels 325 Bowery New York, NY 10003 Kate Spade site says of lunch, "opt for a big round booth on the second floor of peels, a sun-drenched southern-style restaurant popular with the fashion set. order build-a-biscuit and organic salad."
From a simple bowl of rice porridge to luo buo gao, a savory steamed turnip cake served thinly sliced and fried, Chinese breakfasts are one of the most satisfying ways to start the day. Want to try your hand at making these and other dim sum favorites? Check out the recipes below!