dan zins
food blogger

Dan Zins is originally from Minneapolis, MN. He was not an avid food goer before he beame a food blogger. But during his trip to Paris, France ten years ago he discovered a new passion. He then attended cooking classes where he gained knowledge of food theory and began creating his own recipes.

From that point on his reputation as an upcoming chef was becoming well known in the Midwest, then a few years later on a national level. He opened a few restaurants and had his own cooking show on the Food Network. Dan has traveled all around the world discovering new cuisines to share with tv fans. What influenced him to be a chef was his mother, who cooked wholesome Midwest dishes.

After having his own cooking show and owner of varioius restaurants across the country, his new food platform was online. Dan was invited to numerous restaurants across the country to try out their dishes and write reviews. He then became the food blogger and has wrote well respected reviews and critiques. This is a new journey for him seeing time is within the digital age and progression at a fast rate. So follow him on his social media accounts and enjoy the journey to be hungry.

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La French Cafe

la french cafe

zins review

september 3, 2020

La French Cafe is located in New York City, Manhattan. This equisite restaurant is one of a kind. A French Bistro infusioning with French and Thai ingredients is a delight to witness and taste. I came here on a Tuesday evening. Considering it was a weeknight the wait time was an hour. I wouldn’t want to know what it would be on a Friday nor a Saturday evening.

Once I arrived the Maitre D greeted me and took my coat for the coat check. He was very friendly and professional. I got seated by a window which overlooked central park, an absolutely beautfiul view. After reviewing the menu there was a seasonal dish that I wanted to check out. The server arrived promptly and took my order.

I am a scotch drinker so I ordered the Glenlevit 18 on the rocks. I ordered the bacon wrap triscuit which was phenominal. The ambience is very cool and swag. I can tell this is a popular local spot for wallstreet executives. My caesar salad and tomatoe bisque soup arrived later on. The caesar salad was refreshing and the soup was very flavorful with a hint of spice to it. Then my main course which was the Cognac Shrimp with Beurre Blanc Pasta was delicious.

Overall the establishment was a great experience. I definitely recommend it if you have the money to do so. This is considered a five star restaurant so save that money, unless you are just filthy rich.

Dan Zins
Tanaka Sushi

Tanaka Sushi

zins review

september 2, 2020

La French Cafe is located in New York City, Manhattan. This equisite restaurant is one of a kind. A French Bistro infusioning with French and Thai ingredients is a delight to witness and taste. I came here on a Tuesday evening. Considering it was a weeknight the wait time was an hour. I wouldn’t want to know what it would be on a Friday nor a Saturday evening.

Once I arrived the Maitre D greeted me and took my coat for the coat check. He was very friendly and professional. I got seated by a window which overlooked central park, an absolutely beautfiul view. After reviewing the menu there was a seasonal dish that I wanted to check out. The server arrived promptly and took my order.

I am a scotch drinker so I ordered the Glenlevit 18 on the rocks. I ordered the bacon wrap triscuit which was phenominal. The ambience is very cool and swag. I can tell this is a popular local spot for wallstreet executives. My caesar salad and tomatoe bisque soup arrived later on. The caesar salad was refreshing and the soup was very flavorful with a hint of spice to it. Then my main course which was the Cognac Shrimp with Beurre Blanc Pasta was delicious.

Overall the establishment was a great experience. I definitely recommend it if you have the money to do so. This is considered a five star restaurant so save that money, unless you are just filthy rich.

Dan Zins
Ike's Tavern Bar and Grill

Ike's Tavern Bar and Grill

zins review

september 1, 2020

La French Cafe is located in New York City, Manhattan. This equisite restaurant is one of a kind. A French Bistro infusioning with French and Thai ingredients is a delight to witness and taste. I came here on a Tuesday evening. Considering it was a weeknight the wait time was an hour. I wouldn’t want to know what it would be on a Friday nor a Saturday evening.

Once I arrived the Maitre D greeted me and took my coat for the coat check. He was very friendly and professional. I got seated by a window which overlooked central park, an absolutely beautfiul view. After reviewing the menu there was a seasonal dish that I wanted to check out. The server arrived promptly and took my order.

I am a scotch drinker so I ordered the Glenlevit 18 on the rocks. I ordered the bacon wrap triscuit which was phenominal. The ambience is very cool and swag. I can tell this is a popular local spot for wallstreet executives. My caesar salad and tomatoe bisque soup arrived later on. The caesar salad was refreshing and the soup was very flavorful with a hint of spice to it. Then my main course which was the Cognac Shrimp with Beurre Blanc Pasta was delicious.

Overall the establishment was a great experience. I definitely recommend it if you have the money to do so. This is considered a five star restaurant so save that money, unless you are just filthy rich.

Dan Zins
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