Eat your way through New York City
Our Top Picks (in no particular order)
TAIYAKI119 Baxter St
TIMING: Mon-Thurs 12:00-10:00PM
Source: Taiyakinyc Instagram
, a Japanese dessert, is a fish-shaped waffle that is traditionally filled with red bean paste or custard. They have branches in Chinatown and Williamsburg . The fish sports a large mouth to hold Japanese-inspired soft serve ice cream flavours like vanilla, chocolate, matcha (green tea), hojicha (roasted green tea), mango, strawberry, and a plethora of toppings. The ice creams are creamy, cones are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, the combination is perfect in taste. One must try Croyaki (croissant and taiyaki hybrid), Unicorn Floaties, Unicorn Taiyaki, and Jiggly Souffle Pancakes.
13 E 1st St
TIMING: Brunch: Sat, Sun 11:30 amā3:30 pm
Bar: MonāWed, Sun 5:00 pmā12:00 am
ThursāSat 5:00 pmā2:00 am
Dinner: Monā Thurs 5:00 pmā10:30 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pmā11:30 pm
Sun 5:00 pmā9:30 pm
CUISINE: Contemporary Indian
Masala Jackfruit Tacos source: Baarbaarnyc Instagram
chakna into sophisticated nibbles and converting the unique thalis into hearty platters ā BAAR BAAR's food reflects a community eating spirit. One can also enjoy cocktails with an Indian twist. One must try their famous Paneer chili, lamb keema and Brussel sprouts foogath.is the first Indian gastro bar of its kind, it may bill itself as a gastropub but dining is the focus here. Chef Sujan Sarkar has brought the real taste of Indian food to New York. Their innovative menu is filled with delicious condiments, to prove that no detail is too small for this kitchen. Turning the humble
28 W 44th Street
Timings: 11:30am -10pm (Monday to Friday), 5pm -10pm (Saturday)
Price: INR 3400 for two (approx)
Sexy Sen Sakana
This non-tipping restaurant serves an intense inter-cultural exchange of two different cuisines, Japanese and Peru. The blend known as Nikkei Cuisine is a delight to the taste buds. Sen Sakanais Japanese for āOne thousand fish,āwhich refers to the different species that are said to swim in the water of Peru.
This place is known for its happy hours, during which all classic cocktails are served for INR 620 (approx), Monday through Friday and all day on Saturday. A great option for private events and dinners, you should definitely reserve a table before you visit. The menu is full of exciting stuff and we highly recommend the Sexy Sen Sakana (Sushi) and Peruvian Cheese wrapped in Pork Belly.
243 W 54th street
Timings: 11am -11pm (Monday to Sunday) Price: INR 2000 for two (approx)
Kimchi Pepper Rice Bowl
Founded in Japan in 1994, this Japanese fast-casual dining restaurant has just opened in NYC, offering DIY Teppan and a unique āCook-your-own-mealsā concept. It is named so, because pepper is the most used spice in the food served there. Known for quick service, great tasting and good quality food, Pepper Lunch is the perfect place for lunch, with a plethora of options. Meals are served on hot iron āTeppanā platters on which one can cook the sizzling items, since the Teppan stays hot for 20 mins the food stays warm till you finish your meal. We highly recommend Kimchi Pepper Rice (Rice, meat and cheese with Kimchi!), which basically feels like a warm blanket on a cold rainy day!
You should visit, if you want to eat anything Japanese in NYC.
GINOAND TOTOās- SORBILLO
Timings: 12 - 10:30pm (Monday to Sunday) Price: INR 1400 for two (approx)
e original Sorbillo in Napoli via Dei Tribunali since 1935 still stands today. This eatery is known for its organic pizza dough, made by hand, which is fermented using natural yeast. They also use Italian tomatoes and Italian organic extra virgin olive oil among many other Italian products. The menu includes salads, pizzas, pastas and calzones and more Italian food. They hold private events and have a catering menu too. The Margherita con Bufala pizza will bring tears of joy to your eyes! We also recommend the spaghetti aglio, olio and peperoncini and the seasonal seafood pasta. Reservations needed.was opened by Gino and Toto Sorbillo in Noho in 2017. The brothers are Napolitan Pizzaioli appreciated in the world for their verve and eclecticism. Their father is the nineteenth of 21 children, all Pizzaioli. Th
230 FIFTH ROOFTOP BAR
230 Fifth Ave (Corner 27TH) Manhattan, NY 10001
Timing: Monday-Sunday 2pmā2am Saturday & Sunday Brunch: 10amā4pm Cuisines: American, Bar, Fusion.
Ć±o Margaritas and the Beef Sliders.rooftop bar in Manhattan is the perfect place to chill out with friends, family or strangers! Offering the best view in town, including that of the Empire State building, 230 Fifth has two levels, one that is a fully enclosed penthouse lounge, and the other is New York City's largest roof top garden. People of 21+ Years of age with an ID or Passport are allowed to enter the bar area. For brunch, people under 21 are allowed if accompanied by a parent. We highly recommend the Japalape
122 Christopher Street, West Village, NYC.
Timing: Saturday & Sunday ā 11am to 4pm. 6pm to 11pm
Monday thru Friday ā 6pm to 11pm Cuisines: American
Chicken and Waffles
Located on the edge of Christopher and Bedford streets in the snazzy West Village, ĆØme BrĆ»lĆ©e French Toast is a must have!offers American accented comfort food in a rustic setting. With set seasonal menus, offering innovative dishes made of fresh, organic ingredients, this eatery is the perfect place for a brunch. The cocktail list is impressive as well! Their name is inspired by North Fork region of Eastern Island, from where they source as much local produce as possible, support local farms and are committed to sustainability. If we had to pick one dish from the menu, we wouldnāt be able to! Both the Chicken and Waffles and the Cr
63 West 38th Street
Lunch Menu: Monday - Friday 11:30am - 2:30pm Evening & Weekend Menu :
Monday - Friday 4:30pm - 11:00pm
Saturday 12pm - 11pm
Sunday 12pm - 10pm
Cuisines: American, Contemporary American
Fried Chicken Sandwich
Offering an indoor seating, a courtyard with retractable glass roof and outside terrace with an amazing view of the Manhattan skyline, Refinery Rooftop is the crowning jewel of Refinery Hotel. Enjoy a great meal in a cosy and intimate setting with a beautiful bar, pretty lights and ambient music. It is good for both lunch and dinner, there is indoor as well as outdoor seating, however sitting outdoors is more fun! Make sure you have a reservation. There is also a DJ on the weekends. They have separate menus for lunch, dinner and brunch, we loved the Fried Chicken Sandwich from the lunch menu!