Thursday, January 13, 2011
Cowgirl Seahorse -- Tex-Mex Sourthern cuisine near South Street Seaport.
On a beautiful fall day in Financial District area, we took out-of-town guests to do some sightseeing around lower Manhattan.
Among the guests, we have some picky eaters and younger children.
After doing some research in the area, Cowgirl Seahorse seemed like a good choice.
The restaurant is about 5 to 10 minutes walk from South Street Seaport, away from all the touristy places.
I enjoyed the decor of the place and can totally see it a nice warm weather brunch spot.
The service was friendly, and as soon as the waitress saw the children, she brought the crayon and paper.
The restaurant serve a variety of southwestern food that everyone was able to find something to eat.
White Fish Rueben Sandwich-- grilled fish, melted swiss cheese, sauerkraut and 1000 acre dressing on buttered and toasted rye.
The portion was generous, and the food was simple and executed perfectly!
Palm Beach -hearts of palm, avocado, papaya, mango & tomato tossed with a cilantro vinaigrette.
Heart of palm, papaya, and mango, what's not to like? I can eat this any day.
Gulf Coast Gumbo-- with chicken, shrimp and andouille sausage served over citrus brown rice, with cornbread
I absolutely love this dish. It is SOOO GOOD! It was hot, flavorful, and hearty.
Perfect dish for someone who likes spicy food.
All eight of us enjoyed the food and experience in Cowgirl Seahorse.
It was definitely a great place to come with a large group and children.