I recommend eating at the Shanghai Bistro if you live or commute around the Hudson area. It has a nice ambiance for a romantic duo or just the right amount of light for an intimate group of friends. The Shanghai Bistro does offer a diverse selection of dishes from delicious cuts of sushimi, beef, pork, chicken, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. My boyfriend was enthusiastic about the beef dish he ordered (though he said next time he would order something different), and I was happy with the texture and flavor of my sushi plate (I have had bad luck finding good sushi in this area).
Luke and I were pleasantly surprised with the unique dining experience and the grand finale of hot rags (just like I remember in Japan) and a small bill for two; that had each ordered appetizers, a beer, and two main dishes. We would both recommend Shanghai Bistro for your next dining experience!
Friday, March 19, 2010
It is that time of year again when the snow melts and the nights frost caves way to the sugary flow of the great maple's blood lines. Rod pulls out his syruping equipment and drills holes in the trees where he pounds in a tap. Luke hangs a bag on the tap to collect the sap which will be collected and boiled down into the delicious maple syrup we know and love.