Given our busy schedule and our apartment's tiny kitchen (seriously, no drawers!), we don't cook anymore. We're not proud of it, but in NYC, it's a pretty common occurrence. As a result, we turn to neighborhood standbys - in our case, that often means Park Slope's Cafe Dada. Our go-to dish at the Hungarian/French-inspired coffee shop is its salade Niçoise. It's exactly what you'd expect - tuna, haricot verts, hardboiled egg, cucumber and olives - but still manages to stand out. The complementary flavors make it satisfying, and the honey truffle dressing is pleasant without being overwhelming ($13.95; 718-622-2800).