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80 Bayard St, New York, NY
jenny-lee

Jenny Lee

NYC

HTTPS://Instagram.com/pastrylovejen

Pastry Chef, Entrepenuer, Positivity

Jenny Lee

Pastry Chef, Entrepenuer, Positivity

Answer found helpful by Lara Chang and 7 others

My friend and I stumbled upon this place while we were wandering around. It was totally random! They had amazing noodles! They have I believe about 5 different types of hand pulled noodles. It is completely unbelievable how good it is! Im dying to go back again... Should try and then walk over to chinatown ice cream factory for some taro ice cream :)

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lara-chang

Wish I could work as an ice cream tester for Ben & Jerry's

Lara Chang

I had a similar experience stumbling in here....SO good!

Replies (1) about 1 year ago

jenny-lee

Jenny Lee

NYC

HTTPS://Instagram.com/pastrylovejen

Pastry Chef, Entrepenuer, Positivity

Jenny Lee

Right?! I kept on staring at the people that worked there !!

about 1 year ago

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danielle-rehfeld

Danielle Rehfeld

New York City

www.theinheritedplate.com

Founder of The Inherited Plate

Danielle Rehfeld

Founder of The Inherited Plate

Answer found helpful by Sayat Özyılmaz and 8 others

This easy to miss cozy corner is a hidden gem on the ues. They opened a salumeria next door and a second larger sister spot farther downtown on 2nd which gets jam packed with the locals. There was a time when people told me the best way to know if a chinese restaurant was worth its salt was if chinese families were actually eating there. If you believe this to be a tell tale sign of whats truly authentic, San Matteo's customers are typically 75% Italian. Hailing from salerno, the owners created a simple menu focused on naples style pizzas, salads and panuozzi. My favorite is the ricotta and soppressata calzone.

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sayat-ozyilmaz

Sayat Özyılmaz

San Francisco

https://www.instagram.com/lauraandsayat/

Moved to San Francisco, doing Istanbul-themed pop-ups every week with my wife at www.feastly.com/lauraandsayat

Sayat Özyılmaz

Moved to San Francisco, doing Istanbul-themed pop-ups every week with my wife at www.feastly.com/lauraandsayat

We live two blocks away, I'm going to check this out!

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