Last week I grabbed a quick lunch at the Dutch fast food spot Danku. For a nice change of pace from your typical American fast food joints there are some unique dishes worth trying.
Start with one of Danku's signature Krokets, a fried potato roll with different fillings. I enjoyed my breakfast Kroket ($2.45) filled with ham and egg.
For a little Indosian fix (a common cuisine in The Netherlands) try the Indonesian Spicy Beef with Basmati rice ($7.50). The beef is tender and the sauce has a nice spiciness and sweetness to it. My side of shrimp chips were a tasty complement to the beef as well.
If you have a little room for dessert, do not pass up the Acai flavored frozen yogurt ($3.50), an addictive ending to a unique lunch.
Danku gives the Midtown lunch crowd a different lunch option with some tasty treats. Hey, especially in this economy, sometimes it's nice to go Dutch!
47 W. 57th St. (bet. 5th and 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10019