Sunday, December 03, 2006
Roll and Dough, NYC
Yesterday, we got so much food at Roll & Dough for $20, it was amazing! The place is known for its bing, classic Chinese street food -- dense doughy pockets stuffed with a variety of fillings. We tried three flavors: mustard greens with dried shrimp (pictured left), pork with chives, and spicy beef (below). The greens were crisp, the pork was juicy, everything was flavorful.
But wait, there's more -- we also got a sticky rice roll with spicy chicken, a large plate of mai fun (stir-fried rice noodles), 2 spring rolls, and 2 orders of hot dou jiang (soy bean milk). Oh yeah, and a Coke -- all for less than $20 in NYC -- unbelievable!
Roll and Dough
135 W 3rd St (near 6th Avenue)
New York, NY 10012
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I discovered bings when Roll & Dough opened a (unfortunately temporary) food booth at the Holiday Fair in Bryant Park. The guy running the stand told me their regular address but I lost it and have been searching ever since. Now, thanks to this post, I can feed my bing addiction. What a great way to start the new year!
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