Whats on Your Plate, NYC

Heres a list of food mashups that are going big in NYC
Whats on Your Plate, NYC

Are you in New York City and happened to be a foodie And by that we mean a brave foodie. If Yes, here&rsquos a list of some quirky food creations that, some thought, would give an edge to the same old &lsquonormal&rsquo food. On that note, a serving of spaghetti doughnut, please

Mac and Cheese Spring Roll
Take the traditional baked macaroni and cheese and wrap it in a roll and fry it. And now you have a new variant of snacks&mdashMac and Cheese Spring Roll. Find this in the 24-hour restaurant Cafeteria located on the 119 Seventh Ave, Chelsea, Manhattan.

A burgrito from Burgritos's[/caption]

It&rsquos almost cruel to separate burgers and fries, they belong together. Better still, bring them closer, wrap them in a tortilla&mdashnow you have a burgrito. A creation of Burgrito&rsquos (173 4th Ave, Gowanus, Brooklyn), the dish is minus the buns and instead you have all the goodness of a burger and fries wrapped in tortilla.

Savoury spaghetti doughnut from Pop Pasta[/caption]

Spaghetti Doughnut
If you are worried about sweetened pasta, this is not it. You will only be eating spaghetti shaped like a doughnut. Makes spaghetti eating less messy, isn&rsquot it Or shall we say, spaghetti on the go If you are at the Smorgasburg, grab one of these by Pop Pasta&mdashthey come in six flavours, bolognese and carbonara included. You can find Pop Pasta in 90 Kent Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Cereal Bagel
America&rsquos favourite breakfast staples&mdashcereal and bagel&mdashnow in one form The folks at Bagels R Us (13-13 40th Ave, Great Kills, Staten Island) mix cereals into the dough and out comes cereal bagel. You can add more&mdashslather your bagel with cereal-infused cream cheese.

Cruff from Stuffed Ice Cream[/caption]

This got the warm and cold together. Warm glazed doughnuts stuffed with cold ice-cream and toppings of your choice&mdashfrom gummy bears to coconut&mdashhere&rsquos a new way to eat your ice-cream. Grab one of these at the Stuffed Ice Cream in 139 1st Ave, East Village, Manhattan.

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