2013 was a great year and I had the opportunity to try a lot of different foods and drinks with my boyfriend, my family, and friends. It's been a true bonding experience and unforgettable and exploding flavors.
I would like to share with you the top and best of 13 things we've eaten in 2013 and where you can find it.
Please note: These food/dishes aren't in a specific order.
|Country Ham Biscuit from Egg|
|Chocolate Macaron from Dana's Bakery|
|Gyoza from Ganso|
|Braised Pork Belly Buns from Bite Size Kitchen|
|Mix Fruit with Grass Jelly from Munchies Cafe|
|Beer Battered String Beans from The Smith|
|Benedict Jane from Jane|
I tried one of the Benedict Jane and it was great. Benedict Jane is unique because it's poached eggs covered with a rich tarragon Hollandaise sauce sitting on top of a moist, delicious crab and crawfish cakes.
|Beef Goulash with Spatzle from Cafe Katja|
The beef goulash was amazingly moist, flavorful, and tender. It was a little spicy, but bearable. The spatzle was a little doughy and super filling.
|Buttermilk Pancakes with Maple Butter from Clinton St. Baking Co|
I heard their buttermilk pancakes was a popular menu item, so we all ordered to share. It was the most fluffiest pancake ever. I love how the blueberries was round, plump, and sweet. This was by far the best pancakes I've had so far!
|Assorted Sushi from Sake|
|Takoyaki from Yakitori Boy|
Takoyaki ($6.00 ) from Yakitori Boy - Earlier last year - my boyfriend, family, and I went to Yakitori Boy for dinner. I absolutely love takoyaki and we literally ordered like three dishes of takoyaki. The takoyaki was sprinkled with bonito flakes and dressed with Japanese mayonaise and special sauce.
The takoyaki was rich, crispy, and crunchy goodness on the outside and rich creaminess on the inside. This was one of the BEST takoyaki I've ever had and I've had a lot.
|Pumpkin Pie in a Jar from The Smith|
The pumpkin pie in a jar consisted of pumpkin cheesecake, cranberry gelee, pecan brittle, and sugared cranberries. The dessert was fantastic! Smooth, creamy, delicious, a little sweet, a little tart, a little crunchy all mixed inside.
|Holiday Turkey from Earl of Sandwich|
There was a lot of options for lunch, but I decided on the holiday turkey sandwich and it was absolutely heaven! It felt like Thanksgiving all over again. It was crunchy, savory, moist, and phenomenal! This was possibly quite the best sandwich I've had so far and at a cheap price.
I apologize for the fact we did not have this post up earlier. It was a hard decision to come to when thinking about the best dishes and food we've had this year. We hope you found this post to be helpful and that you will try out some of these wonderful food.
Cheers to 2014 and tasty food adventures for the new year!