Top Restaurants in New York City2018-08-26T21:54:21+00:00

Top Restaurants in New York City

As a practice that’s based in New York City, we have the pleasure of eating at many different Restaurants here in New York City. There are as many different places to eat as there are as different as the five boroughs themselves. From the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, one can go for classic cuisine from a variety of ethnic origins in the five boroughs of New York City. Take a look at suggestions for the best restaurants in NYC. Visiting these restaurants are some of the best things to do in Manhattan.

Pakistani – Kashmir 9

Street Address: 478 9th Ave

Regarding authenticity, Kashmir 9, a Pakistani restaurant, hits the nail on the head for its culinary history. The warm, friendly staff offer Indian and middle eastern platters, which have not been watered down for westerners. The meals are typically aromatic and refreshing, and the atmosphere and decor to match.

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Chinese – Shun- Lee Palace

Street Address: 155 East 55th Street

It was built in 1971 and serves up traditional Chinese delights from the Beijing, Hunan, Shanghai, and Canton regions.  The menu gives lovely surprises like roasted sea bass to hot and sour bean curd soup. A takeaway menu is also available.

 

South African I-Shebeen Madiba

Street Address: 195 Dekalb Ave

Flourished as the first and only South African restaurant in New York City, i-Shebeen Madiba is a comfortable evening out and serves not only traditional African foods but also the internationally influenced meals. This great NYC restaurant is a must visit.

 

Polish – Bona

Street Address: 71-24 Fresh Pond Road

Bona is the point to go for affordable, quality Polish food. The menu varies from potato pancakes to potato dumplings, in true Polish spirit, but there is also lots to decide from in between. This New York restaurant provides takeaways and has a distribution service, and it also doubles up as a venue for parties and meetings.

 

Indian – Darbar

Street Address: 152 E 46th St Another distinctive stop in New York City would be Darbar. Their extensive menu and the excellent dish will leave you breathless. All the Indian preferences included, the list gives an extensive selection of Tandoori bread and goat, lamb, fish, poultry and vegetarian choices on most dishes.

 

Spanish – Bolo

Street Address: 23 East 22 Street Bolo is a Spanish New York restaurant, with the focus of flavor and zest. Surprisingly, the restaurant does not offer any Tapas, but the other tasty options make up for it. The pricing is reasonable to slightly expensive, but the casual environment and colorful decor make up for it.

 

Russian – Firebird Russian Restaurant Street Address: 365 W 46th St Firebird Russian Restaurant accommodates its clients with a beautiful night of fine dining and a luxurious setting. Although somewhat pricey, Firebird gives a unique value for money is its presentation and pizzaz. Firebird Russian Restaurant does not work on Mondays, and reservations are recommended.

 

Irish – Muldoon’s Irish Pub

Street Address: 692 3rd Ave

Given that Muldoon’s is not the only Irish pub in New York, it is still unquestionably worth the remark. This cozy New York pub is an exceptional place to stop for a pub lunch or a few pints. The menu features specialty foods from corned beef and cabbage to fish and chips. The welcoming staff and typically Irish decor will have eye smiling – Irish or otherwise.

Vietnamese – Banh Mi Saigon Bakery

Street Address: 138 Mott St

Although it is only a take away based deli and bakery, Banh Mi Saigon practices in terrific sandwiches and is a must if you’re passing by or required to make a cross-town journey. The costs are incredibly reasonable, and perhaps it’s worth a second visit.

Moroccan – Sahara East

Street Address: 184 1st Ave

Although it can get a few pricey, Sahara East is a beautiful place to relax with a few colleagues. The fast and experienced staff of Sahara East look after you as if you were a visitor in their home. Apart from the delicious Eastern dishes, Sahara East also offers Hookah pipes and a variety of flavors. Relax on the smoking patio as the evening opens.

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