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jessicaemilyr Dec 16, 2009 06:53 AM

looking for places that serve crazy over indulgent foods for one last blowout before i start my new years diet! i am definitly going to shopsins to get one of the ridiuclous breakfast plates- any other suggestions?

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    RGR RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 16, 2009 09:38 AM

    At EMP: Tagliolini with Parmigiano-Reggiano and White Alba Truffles

    Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391...

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      erica RE: RGR Dec 16, 2009 09:45 AM

      RGR: Do you remember the price of the truffle supplement? Thanks!

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        RGR RE: erica Dec 16, 2009 12:29 PM

        The supplement is $95. Available at both lunch and dinner.

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      dhs RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 16, 2009 12:05 PM

      this one tops my list for must tries before i die, simple yet decadent. It just has to be delicious.

      The dish: soft egg yolk in ravioli with brown butter sauce and shaved white truffles - SD26 makes a version I know, I don't believe it is a unique dish and there may be others who make it as well.

      1. ssf36 RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 16, 2009 12:32 PM

        Churrascaria Plataforma.

        1. uhockey RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 16, 2009 03:23 PM

          The service is awful, but pretty much any breakfast plate at Norma's is "over the top indulgent"

          1. tastyeating RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 17, 2009 11:58 AM

            I know this isn't fancy at all, but I have a soft heart of Korean BBQ with all the fixins.

            1. smokeandapancake RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 17, 2009 12:07 PM

              Croaker at the smith
              smoked ham, gruyere cheese, sourdough rye, fried eggs

              Frites from Pommes

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                fm1963 RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 18, 2009 02:34 PM

                The mille crepe cake at Lady M - 20 layers of very thin crepes with vanilla custard and a caramel glaze. Surprisingly light and very delicious.

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                  chocokitty RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 18, 2009 05:45 PM

                  I'm presuming you're defining "indulgent food" as a gustatory gut bomb rather than exorbitant price tag? If so, I would go for Shake Shack's "Shack Stack" (it's their deep fried portobello mushroom encasing melted cheeses and a cheeseburger) with a side of custard and/or cheese fries.

                  Tina
                  http://thewanderingeater.com/

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                    chocokitty RE: chocokitty Dec 18, 2009 05:56 PM

                    For a dessert suggestion, I'd recommend the Brooklyn Blackout Cupcake from Two Little Red Hens. It's *insanely* rich and chocolate-y (moist, delicate crumb chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate pudding, topped with chocolate fudge frosting and coated with chocolate crumbs). Whenever I do have it, I always share it with a friend just because it's very indulgent.

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                    MahatmaKanejeeves RE: jessicaemilyr Dec 19, 2009 07:08 AM

                    Bleecker St.

                    The "$10 sandwich" at Faicco's.

                    Pastries at Rocco's

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