SHORT & SWEET
Every time we come to NYC, we visit the DUMBO area. One of the highlights is usually the food in the area. With no particular plan, we wonder around and venture into one of the open doors for something interesting. This time it was Ddumbo Kitchen. It is definitely a health-conscious diner with some traditional options as well, if your heart desires. The interior is memorable - we enjoyed the unique ceiling with incandescent light bulbs, different types of wood everywhere and lots of chalk written boards. It was a sunny day so we settled on their delightful narrow patio on the street.
We ordered a couple of their vegetable smoothies and a turkey burger with fries. The wait time was disappointingly long, but the customer service was great - ma cheri chatted up a staff member who gave her free two sangria testers. Once our food arrived, it was of a very decent quality and at a reasonable price.
One thing we regretted is not having enough time to experiment with their vast number of options to make the meal truly your own. This kind of dizzying variety startled us – we were quite hungry to bother ourselves with all those choices.