New York City is home to some of the best known tourist attractions in America. Besides the landmarks it offers great dining experiences to make your holidays here more than memorable.
Top Restaurants in New York
The food scene in New York is diverse and amazing. There is everything from the classics to the new places. The diversity of the population is reflected by the tastes on offer – Indian, English, Italian, French, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish… the list continues.
Pizzas are not just a combination of dough, cheese and sauces it is a signature dish for many popular restaurants in the city. Roberta’s has wood-oven pizzas with inventive toppings. Brooklyn has its candlelit pizzeria called the Lucali. Pies and calzones here are a must try. Franny’s thin crust chewy pizzas are amongst the city’s best. Motorino is another alternate for some fabulous wood oven pizzas, even the Margherita here is simple yet classic. Kesté Pizza & Vino is famous for its tender crusts and smoked mozzarellas. Paulie Gee’s, Rubirosa are amongst the other famous places to check out for pizza feasts.
Authentic Indian cuisine can be savored here at the Junoon by Chef Vikas Khanna. It brings together all the traditional Indian cooking methods and ingredients. Another great option is the Brick Lane Curry House known for its wide variety of spicy curries. Tamarind Tribeca has several delightful dishes right from the classic chicken tikka masala to Punjabi mutton.
While holidaying in America people get to pamper their taste buds in variety of ways. Tourists from within the country and overseas can feast on the best of international cuisines. For legally traveling to US most of the others nationals need a tourist visa. Citizens of certain countries can apply for ESTA visa, check its status and scheduled their trip.
For enjoying some English pantry visit the Spotted Pig – serving the best burgers. The Breslin Bar & Dining Room has amazing dining experience. New Yorkers love their BBQs. Fette Sau is renowned for its beef and pork dishes. Some of the best Chinese food restaurants in the city offer tasty pork buns, Peking duck, dim sum and ma po tofu. Red Farm is a popular place for its farm to table decor. New York Noodle Town lives up to its name still. Another Chinese chain is the Xi’an Famous Foods with its antique and modern interiors. For spicy Szechuan food Spicy & Tasty is a must check out.
New York is heaven for vegans as well. For them the choices go beyond salads. Met free menus are gaining popularity. Pre Food and Wine serves just that – pre raw vegan foods. Wines too are largely organic here. Kajitsu is a kaiseki restaurant with great food along with religious experience. It serves shojin – a vegetarian cuisine with Zen Buddhist principles. Dishes here combine seasonality with simplicity. Italian restaurants are another favorite with their world-class pasta, spreads of cheese, antipasti and roasted meats – Del Pasto, Osteria Morini, Al di la, Torrisi and Locanda Verde.