10 Best Places To Eat In NYC
With so many restaurants in NYC, it can be difficult to find the 10 best places to eat in NYC. No matter if you are into seafood, steaks, or something else entirely, these restaurants are sure to please.
- Nobu (105 Hudson Street, New York, New York). Nobu is one of the best restaurants to go to in NYC is you are a sushi lover. The food is great, and the presentation only adds to the experience of eating at this restaurant.
- Spice Market (405 W. 13th Street, New York, New York). Spice Market specializes in Southeastern Asian street food. Though there can sometimes be quite a long line for this restaurant, the wait is definitely worth it.
- Megu (62 Thomas Street, New York, New York). This is another Asian inspired restaurant. Menu options here focus on meat, fish and vegetables that have been grilled over imported charcoal straight from Japan.
- Sea Grill (19 W. 49th Street, New York, New York). Sea Grill is on the of the best seafood restaurants in NYC. This restaurant not only has a great raw bar, but also serves tuna and salmon steaks to die for.
- Casa La Femme North (140 Charles Street, New York, New York). This restaurant features Egyptian food, and going here is definitely an experience. Be aware that all of the food at this restaurant is cooked from scratch, and therefore, your wait can be quite awhile in some cases. However, the atmosphere is sure to keep you entertained during your wait.
- Dom Caminos (373 Park Avenue South). At most NYC residents are aware, it can be hard to find a high-quality Mexican restaurant in the city. Dom Caminos is a jewel among otherwise mediocre options. This restaurant prides itself on using only the freshest ingredients.
- Blue Water Grill (31 Union Square West). Blue Water Grill is another great seafood restaurant that prides itself on using only the freshest fish. Unlike some other seafood restaurants in NYC, this one is actually quite reasonably priced.
- Khyber Pass (34 St. Mark's Place, New York, New York). This restaurant features Afghan food, which is relatively new to the United States. If you have never eaten at a Afghan restaurant before, consider choosing the Pamir Sabzu, a salad made with mint, watercrest and feta cheese. It is delicious, and familiar enough even for fussy eaters.
- Francisco's Centro Vasco (159 W. 23rd Street, New York, New York). This is a must if you are a lobster lover. The restaurant also features Spanish food, but the lobster is definitely the most popular choice on the menu.
- Barbounia (250 Park Avenue South, New York, New York). Finally, Barbounia is a great place to visit if you are into Mediterranean foods. While there are many very authentic items on the menu, it also features more "Americanized" options such as asparagus pizza.
Posted on: Nov. 20, 2010