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Sex on a plate/bun/napkin/hand/cup/bowl or things that make you go *insert homer slobber sound here*

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Hello Manhattan people!

i have the good fortune of returning to New York for another week and wonder what food item would be considered "sex on a plate". It could be anything, anywhere... i have plenty of time to wander

didnt have as much time to research this time so i am depending on some chowhounders

here is where i ate last time http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/645817

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  1. For me "sex on a plate" would probably involve uni. I haven't tried a vast variety of preparations... here's one post about uni in NYC.

    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/664148

    1. potatoes at porchetta it has crispy pork in it , mmmmmmm

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      1. re: foodwhisperer

        um, you can crack a tooth on that...not a joke.

        porchetta sucks in my opinion...dry, small, overpriced, and tasteless.

        1. re: sam1

          Porchetta is a favorite and definitely not tasteless nor dry. I would agree that the crispy pork can sometimes be hard on the teeth, but the food is absolutely delicious. Wish the potato portion was bigger though...

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          Porchetta
          110 E 7th St, New York, NY 10009

      2. Gazala Place's boureka: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thelunch...

        www.thelunchbelle.com

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        Gazala Place
        709 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019

        1. momofuku pork buns

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          1. re: trixareforkids

            +1 x 10 :)

            1. re: trixareforkids

              Love, love the pork bun with egg at Momofuku!

              1. re: trixareforkids

                I absolutely second this...each bite is eye-closingly heavenly

                1. re: Jel212

                  I think the pork bun at Momofuku Ssami s pretty overrated and just Ok.

                  1. re: steakrules85

                    funny, i feel that way about just about any dish at convivio. different tastes.

              2. akiamaru ramen with extra pork belly at ippudo
                hirata pork buns at ippudo
                sicilian slice at artichoke
                double shack burger and chocolate milkshake at shake shack
                cold ramen noodles at matsugen

                1. The Beef Wellington at One If By Land, TIBS. The pastry and pate melt in the mouth and the perfectly done filet reminds you, if ever so subtly, to chew.

                  1. The crack pie at Momofuku Milk Bar.

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                    Momofuku Milk Bar
                    251 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003

                    1. The foie at Per Se.
                      The Macarons at La Maison du Chocolat
                      The duck liver ravioli at Babbo
                      The Red Velvet Cupcake at Two Little Red Hens.
                      The Farm Egg “In a Jar” with Maine lobster, hearts of palm and sea urchin broth at The Modern Dining Room.
                      The Bread pudding at Gramercy Tavern or Dessert Truck.

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                      Per Se
                      10 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019

                      Gramercy Tavern
                      42 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003

                      Babbo
                      110 Waverly Pl, New York, NY 10011

                      Dessert Truck
                      , New York, NY 10003

                      1. Hot chocolate martini at Gramercy Tavern. We get it as a dessert.

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                        Gramercy Tavern
                        42 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003

                        1. There is absolutely nothing better than the frogs legs sauteed provencale at La Grenouille. Voila!

                          1. So many to name but my one dish is Peter Luger Porterhouse for two. Bloody rare please thank you..

                            1. Kochiko at Yasuda. O. M. G.

                              1. - foie gras at Jean Georges
                                - grilled corn at Cafe Habana or Kampuchea (when they have it)

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