Wednesday, June 1, 2011

The Clark Kent of restaurant exteriors

"There was a review of a French diner in the NY Times. It was still early in the evening so we gave it a shot... As we popped out of the subway station at Hunters Point, it was a bit confusing, not being familiar with Long Island City and all. The source of comfort was merely steps away though. That comfort cames in the form of a French diner. It had the Clark Kent of restaurant exteriors. Much like the comic book hero, the outside did not give clues to the true nature of what laid within. Inside was something unfamiliar and delicious."
(April 6, 2011, food-in-mouth)

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