Guest Post – Planning for a Dinner Date? Try Korean Chinese Restaurant in Flushing!

Gifted a jewelry piece to your loved one on her last birthday? Yes, so what have you planned for her birthday this year? Repeating the same thing because there is a common saying that jewelry is women’s best friend.

But why do the same things when there are better alternatives. Wondering what it could be? Well, it is a dinner date! Sounds interesting, isn’t it?

With numerous restaurants and clubs available in the Flushing it is quite difficult to choose the perfect one for your date – right? But besides trying same old boring restaurants that provides either buffet or snacks, why don’t you take your date to a Korean Chinese Restaurant in Flushing.

Definitely, it will be a unique experience for you and you’re beloved. But if you haven’t ever tried a Korean Chinese restaurant, then surely you must not have any idea about the menu. To help you out, I have provided you a list of few common Korean Chinese dishes that you should definitely try. Let us take a look –

Steamed Buns

This is the most loved food by people. It is included in the main dish. This dish is easy to prepare and is served at a very less time, which is why most of the people visiting Chinese restaurant prefer trying it, as they can quickly have the orders placed on their table.

Oil Split Saozi Noodles

This is one of the most common dishes tried by people. It is another popular dish which is loved by people. The ingredients used in it make the dish spicy and sour. However, we cannot miss the green vegetables that add a great flavor to it.

Dumplings

This dish is undoubtedly the most popular one in China and all across the globe. It is served in all Chinese restaurants, moreover served immensely during the grand festivals.

Uncongealed Tofu

It is a popular snack in China. It tastes sweet and salty, which is why most of the people use east this dish in the breakfast with the combination of steamed buns, dumplings or noodles.

However, the tofu used in it can be used for making different Chinese snacks, but this is the most popular one among the countless snack dishes.

Honey Stewed BBQ Pork

For non-vegetarians there is lip-smacking dish called honey stewed BBQ pork. It is prepared with white and brown sugar with a blend of other tasty ingredients. Usually, overseas foodies visiting the Flushing restaurants love trying this scrumptious dish.

Drunken Shrimp

As the name suggests, this dish is prepared with shrimps and wine. The chiefs can prepare this dish in a few easy steps. All they need to do is dip the shrimps in a bowl filled with wine. But this is not all that makes this dish tasty. A few other ingredients that are used in it include peppers, vinegar and garlic.

Stinky Tofu

Don’t go with the name or appearance, it seems to be ugly and smells bad but it taste extremely good, which is why it has won a high praise. The two important ingredients used in it include oil and pepper.

West Lake Fish in Vinegar Gravy

It is a sweet and sour dish. The fish is first cooked well and later covered with vinegar and sugar. To prepare this dish, chefs need to take a few things into consideration that include duration of cooking, degree of heating, and number of ingredients used in it.

With the provided information above, you must have got an idea about the Korean Chinese cuisine menu. So, now is all your confusion reduced? Don’t wait more, book a table in a restaurant now and make the date for your loved one memorable.

BringMeThat now serving all of Ohio

A few weeks ago we expanded beyond Cuyahoga County to bring online food delivery to all of Ohio.  As of this post, we currently offer ordering options from over 1500 restaurants in 300 cities across the state.  Although the bigger cities like Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati are well represented, we went the extra mile to make sure that smaller towns were included as well.  Regardless of where you live in the state, you should be able to find most of the restaurants that deliver to you.

Of the 1500 restaurants, around two-thirds of them are pizza places.  Personally, I could eat pizza three times a day and would love it, but I’ve heard the feedback from you all and am working on adding more diverse restaurants to our site.  In a couple weeks we will be adding over 200 non-pizza restaurants from a variety of delivery services across the state.  We’re always looking to add more so if you don’t see a restaurant on our site, please let us know by emailing us at support@bringmethat.com or by posting it in the comments.

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Introducing BringMeThat!

Introducing BringMeThat!

At BringMeThat we provide a service to allow people to quickly and easily order food online and have their meal delivered immediately to their door.  Those of you who live in big cities may already have something that’s similar to this but BringMeThat’s goal is to bring online food delivery to all cities, small or large.  We do this by acquiring restaurant menus through a variety of data sources, enabling us to have the most complete coverage of online delivery menus in a certain area.

I came up with this idea several months ago when I came home to visit my family in Strongsville, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, and wanted to order in pizza on a Sunday afternoon.  I’ve lived in New York for several years and frequently order food online from SeamlessWeb, but in Ohio not only could I not find places to order from online, I couldn’t even find a site that listed which restaurants would deliver to me.  Sundays typically consist of me sitting on the couch, watching football, eating, turning off my brain, and moving a total of less than 10 feet throughout the entire day, so having to do like 30 Google searches just to find a subset of places that would deliver to me was excruciatingly painful and a severe impedance for my ideal Sunday afternoon.

That was when I decided to create a site where people could order food delivery with just a couple of clicks from their laptop or ipad wherever they were, and BringMeThat was born.  Our site launched in January 2013 in Cuyahoga County and we hope to have complete coverage for the entire state of Ohio within few weeks.  I hope that you find this useful and if you have any questions or comments feel free to reach out to us at any time!

Thanks,
Jason