That is a hanger steak. I get it almost every time I go there and it has been excellent every, single, time. Without fail. My girlfriend and I go there every few months and we usually take out of town friends there. I don't go in for the drinks or dessert every time, so I usually end up making out for $20 or less for my meal.
I think WJ said it best: "Roadfood doesn't necessarily have to be regional or unique
but regional, indeginous or unique cuisine is almost always roadfood."
I think the ideal for Roadfood fits the description on the home page, but there definitely is room for exceptions that don't fit neatly into that box. Originally posted by Baah Ben
This site accomodates lots of different types of dining spots and all sorts of cuisines. I like that. Especially if your mate is not crazy about typical roadfood type joints.
The best part of this site IMHO is you can pick and choose what you are intersted in...there's something for everyone. And, because that's the case, we get some great posters who have varied knowledge. We can all learn from each other.
My favorite forum is actually the one that's non-food related.
Is that a hanger steak in the photo? Actually, it doesn't look like a great piece of meat to me
I'm guessing it is because a NY Strip, which is what I'd love with those steak frites, would be very $$$$. Anyone know?
I have had a hanger steak once in Camden, Maine of all places. It was good, but I like the texture and taste of a NY strip best. This piece of meat in the photo didn't look like the hanger steak I had. Maybe they just cut it differently