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Cafe Habana (Manhattan, NY) – Corn Never Tasted So Good

May 4, 2010

The above picture may not be the prettiest one to grace this blog but you know what?

Aesthetics don’t always matter. Flavor does.

Cafe Habana’s grilled corn is one of those things you have to try if you haven’t yet. The description sounds simple enough: It’s just an ear of corn that has been grilled, sprinkled with cheese and spices with a hearty squeeze of lime. However, knowing that makes you no less surprised upon your first bite.

Cafe Habana’s grilled corn is the unification of salty melted cheese, tangy lime juice and sweet corn.

I think I’m going to get another one tomorrow.

Cafe Habana
229 Elizabeth St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 625-2001
Website: http://www.cafehabana.com/

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2 Comments on “Cafe Habana (Manhattan, NY) – Corn Never Tasted So Good”

  • Carb Zombie

    You forgot the mayo in your description. I know, what?

    May 5, 2010 » 7:59 AM »

  • Kung Food Panda

    My only regret was that I only had it once during my trip….

    The good news, we now have a Cafe Habana in LA, though it’s in Malibu.

    May 5, 2010 » 11:16 AM »

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