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Foodie Friday: The Sugar Factory

The other week, me and my friends went to New York City for an adventure. I had no plans for the other, other than to explore but my friends at least wanted a set place to eat and again I put that up in the air and my friend came across the Sugar Factory. It's a few blocks away from the High Line (the other side, not the one that is right near Rockefeller area). 

I had no expectations for the actual food menu, as my friend only gave me a link to the dessert menu, but basically you can order a sugary drink, with normal food, then a dessert of your choosing. 

I went with the Chicken Caesar Crepe. Unfortunately we didn't stay for dessert as it was 2 in the afternoon and my friends were stuffed (me and my other friend were certainly more than up for trying the desserts, but what can you do). Back to how the crepe would be an understatement to say I mind mindblown by it. I had the salad first and that tasted just like Caesar Salad, all fine and dandy..then I went for the crepe. It did not taste like chicken or Caesar at all! It literally tasted like sausage and eggs. I checked inside the crepe, All the ingredients in such a dish were there, but yet it did not taste of my order. It was delicious regardless, but it just made me laugh. I had my friend try it out to make sure I wasn't crazy, but she agreed with me, I'm not sure if the taste was from the crepe or something back in the kitchen, but I guess that's just a little warning. 

Have you ever been to the Sugar Factory?

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