Stop #2 on the block by block challenge for 46th Street between 5th and 6th Ave.
Monday was a gorgeous day. Temps in the 60s and sunny. Possibly the last nice day of the year. And I was running around like crazy for work and couldn't take a long walk to enjoy it. So I went to the second stop on the block for the challenge: Kim's Aunt Kitchen.
Like Moshe's, this is another cart I have always intended to try but just never have, and have probably passed a hundred times. They're known for their cheap (but good) fish sandwiches, but they also have platters and other dishes like bulgogi.
I figured that I should get a fish sandwich for my first visit to see if it lived up to the reviews. The choices for the fish sandwich were whiting or flounder. I am a flounder fan, so the choice was easy, even though it was $1 more. I got it on wheat bread with lettuce, tomato and tartar sauce.
What a filling and tasty fish sandwich! For only $5, they give you two big flaky pieces of fried fish on the sandwich. Pretty good, both for taste and the deal you get. Another solid choice right by the office!