Fall 💛 🍃🍂🍁
One of my favourite parts of Manhattan is the High Line in the Meatpacking District. Repurposed from a disused rail line, it provides much needed green space in this concrete jungle (although it was quite busy this time around). Love the changing colours of leaves against the shining ☀️, signalling the arrival of Autumn.
Very chuffed to get counter seats for lunch here. This is the more laidback and affordable NYC restaurant from the famed chef of Pujol in Mexico. Loved the Ceviche Verde, which was well flavoured, although wasn’t prepared for the very fatty chicharron! Very smart and airy dining space, and the drinks are excellent, including the caffe con leche (with coconut milk 🌴)!
The stunning Kogod Courtyard inside the National Portrait Gallery. First designed as an open-air courtyard, the steel and glass roof was only added in 2007 in signature Norman Foster’s style. Hence why it reminds me of the British Museum!
An unremarkable high school building used to carry out such atrocities during the Khmer Rouge regime. 💔
"Let it be that the world takes notice of the evil that can happen when people do nothing. Let it be that the world decides that doing nothing is not an option."
Best Bolo Bao (pineapple bun) I've ever had, served from a food truck! Light and soft bun, topped with a crispy, sweet crust. The original bolo bao is plain, but this is filled with cheese, egg and ham. Yum! 😋
Michelin starred, but the experience is still as authentic: cramped seating and abrupt service. The signature roast goose is the most delicious roast meat 🍖, maybe even better than Four Seasons' roast duck! 😱 .
Saved the best for the last dinner in Mexico. Tried to manage expectations after all the rave reviews, but was blown away! One of the best meals ever, definitely a must-try if ever in the city! @rest_quintonil #mexico#quintonil#latepost#lltyeats#lltytravels