Secret Spots To Dine in NYC: Chinese Club Lexington and Gallow Green!By Delaina Dixon and Muna Amadi | June 6, 2018 | Lifestyle
The DivaGals are officially in Paris, but we never stop thinking about home. In New York City, there are a ton of secrets spots offering delicious fare. Of course, we’ve got the key to some of the coolest!
Chinese Club Curry Hill (102 Lexington Avenue) Does a mix of Chinese and Indian cuisine work? Indeed it does! Brooklyn’s Chinese Club opened their newest location on Lexington Avenue and owners Salil and Stacey Mehta celebrated their newest venue with a private tasting for friends and VIP guests. Chinese Club Curry Hill has some really delectable offerings – be ready for the spicy items! You need to be sure and then sure again of your commitment to having a spicy dishes because the Chineses Club doesn’t waver on the spices.
Some menu favorites include the Chinese bhel salad- the only spicy salad I’ve ever had! We also enjoyed the Manchurian entree, a Mumbai dish that comes as a chicken or vegetarian kofta dish with a yummy desiwala sauce. There’s the tasty Hakka Chili Chicken, pictured above. And of course, we couldn’t leave without a little dessert in the form of the pineapple orange ice cream. All in all, our tummies were happy!
Gallow Green (542 West 27th Street) There’s a rooftop hideaway at The McKittrick Hotel – part bar, part restaurant – all gorgeous! The DivaGals spent an evening enjoying Gallow Green’s eceletic healthy menu with fresh local ingredients.
Start the evening with a plate of assorted raw vegetables with black olive tapenade and ramp aioli.
Then dig into the Vegetable pizza with baby spinach, sweet peppers, red onions, micro amaranth and kale pesto. If you’re thinking of adding anything to it – don’t. It’s perfect as is!
End your meal with the Chocolate Budino, it’s delish.
Of course, no meal is complete without a cocktail and french fries! Visit Gallow Green on the weekend for their tasty brunch, a buffet-style meal with live entertainment for just $35 per person.