On day 3, after spending the day at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, we grab a quick bite to eat at the Shake Shack. We got cheeseburgers which are mighty good for fast food. We also tried out some sweet treats of milkshakes and root beer floats. YUM! Next time I want to try a Double Stack: cheeseburger and a 'shroom burger with lettuce, tomato and shack sauce. I also need to try the fries- since fries are my weakness.
Then for our last night after going to the top of the “Rock” we had dinner at Rubby Foo’s for Pan-Asian cuisine. The décor is accented with dramatic lighting that includes lanterns replicated from China's "Forbidden City." There is also a gold-leafed Buddha keeps a watchful eye over the guests while they peruse Executive Chef Shawn Edelman's menu, a collection of delicious dishes from every part of the Asian continent. I started with the Ruby’s Crisp Chicken- lettuce wraps & hoisin dipping sauce ($9.50). It was good as any other lettuce wrap. Then I tried the Dragon Roll- BBQ eel, shrimp, cilantro aioli ($13.00). The ailoi was a nice addition to the taste. Both were very tasting and well prepared. My husband had Stir-fry Filet Mignon- chow fun noodles and black bean garlic sauce ($21.75). He enjoyed they mixture of bean and garlic in the sauce. He was a bit up in the air about the texture of the noodle.
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