Enthaice Restaurant

So can you guess what kind of food!

Funny thing happened the other day.  I was walking and someone mentioned the name Enthaice.  I was eavesdropping at that point and was like “I ate there.”  At least it sounded like the place I ate at but there was no way to tell for sure.  So that was just a conicidence as I ate at Enthaice two weeks ago.  Let me set the scene.

It was a Friday evening and my husband came home early from work and we were up North.  We left home before the height of the evening rush and then got caught in a pre-evening rush.  So we avoided traffic as best we could but had to travel through all the major thoroughfares that would have traffic. Hmmm what to do, what to do!!  So after about 45 minutes in the car (more or less) we ended up in Astoria Queens.  Who in their right mind would go to Astoria Queens on a Friday evening at the height of rush hour–oh,  us. It was like Manila or Calcutta.  Oh I have been to Manila and sat in rush hour traffic–ridonculous is all I can say.  You can take a conference calls or you can proof essays or learn a language all in the time you sit in traffic if you do it day in and day out.  So back to the story.

We had to deal with a 5 point intersection and can you believe that at the time we were at a light, an ambulance decided to try and pass.  It was like Beijing,  no one moved and there was no space to move.

Parking was going to be a nightmare.  Here goes part two-the street we were on had an ambulance stopped and it blocked the way.  About 5-7 cars were in front of us and our view was obstructed. People started backing up down the street and behind us was the nasty intersection.  WTF. As luck had it,  someone backed out of a parking spot and we pulled in.

Stay tuned for the restaurant review!

Part two of Enthaice!

-restaurant has large garage doors of glass but still manage to be warm innside

noodles were the bomb, you I said it

chicken was average

pinapple rice wiht beef was pretty delivioud as well, a little greasy but hey, if that is the price I have to pay for some decent tasting food,–add a little grease to your life (kiding)

reminded me of a factory–lots of iron work,  tea cups and the like handing form teh light fixtures

metal and cast iron thing

the color was a dark copper

very dim lighting

can see right inside from outside

some shairs for waiting ourside


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