January 18, 2006 8

Cha-An (NYC: East Village)

By in 03: NYC, Favorite Food Entries

DSC08742.jpg The Japanese teahouse Cha-An has meal too. (see past entry). 15 Grain Porridage set $16, comes with tea, appertizer and desserts. The icecream is Jasmine Tea. Everything taste so delicate and pretty, I feel delicate and pretty~ 😀

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8 Responses to “Cha-An (NYC: East Village)”

  1. donny says:

    you sure eat a lot of Japanese and French restaurants… =)

  2. RP says:

    Looks like a must-go in NY, this Cha-An place! What’s with the flowers in the bowl, pure decoration right?

  3. seat says:

    Was searching for something else but happened to see the recommendations of these 3 NY restaurants from a site run by some Japanese gourmet writers(they are quite reliable and I sorta know one of the guys).

    CRAFT : apparently the chef is those Iron Chefs….Superstar chefs….the price is stiff I think. ^^;;

    Casa Mono : A Spanish tapas place, casual and delicious apparently. You should try try!

    Asiate : the chef is Japanese! And it is Japanese-French, and it is inside a hotel~~ ^^;;;

  4. seat says:

    Porridge…I have been eating that everyday…but yours looks pretty!

  5. Freda says:

    I want porridage everyday~ 😀

  6. Freda says:

    Wow so the chef of that “CRAFT” is superstar Iron chef? *O* It’s a very famous place and it’d alaways be on any NY Top 10 best ranking. Too bad that place is out of my budget and class, remember this one called CRAFTBAR?, it is the very first NY restaurant I went to (the one paid by client), it is the more causal and less $$$ little sister version of CRAFT and it’s already soooo incredible. I can only imagine the amazingness of the actual CRAFT.

    The Asiate one sounds good, wish I can try…they’re all so $$$ at the richy richy neighborhood. I will for sure blow one big $$ dinner before I leave next week (better start booking now).

  7. seat says:

    Oh wow! So that is the sister restaurant to Craft! Isn’t that great that you tried that for free?!

    Ah~~~Don’t you just wish to get really really rich and can go into any restaurants without caring about the price…? ^^;;;

  8. Freda says:

    Yeah I wish ^^;;; that’s the luxury of being a tourist, you want to justify your travel and will shed out $$$ for the best meal. But when under a working/living menality, you can’t afford that luxury. And to think there’re still so many furnitures/living essentials I have to buy when back to LA, I have to control myself and eat cheap (but unique and creative!)