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Thread: New York City Restaurants

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    "Fresh" is a great restaurant too - in Tribeca.

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    Nyo Nya in Chinatown is good for Malaysian. Good prices too.

    Shoot, I wish I remembered the names to half the places I have been to down there!!!

    Oh, for after-dinner drink, "Double Happiness" is very nice. It is a little hidey-hole around the corner from NyoNya.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan
    A bit more affordable than Nobu(!) is Red Bamboo, an excellent and stylish vegetarian/vegan place on West 4th at 6th Ave. It's tiny and crowded, but so new york, plus the food and service are really good.
    Ooh - I've been here! It was nice and the ambiance was great ... it's probably more enjoyable for folks that used to eat meat and miss it, vs. those of us who have never eaten meat. Lots of "meat substitute" items, like vegetarian wings & whatnot. But it was definitely a good experience.

    My best dining experience in NYC so far has been Fratelli Ristorante in Little Italy. The people were so nice/friendly/warm ... and the food was excellent. Just a little place I stumbled upon by accident (I actually walked in because the employees/owners standing outside were so sweet and welcoming, I felt too guilty to just walk by - well, thank god I DID go in ... it was awesome) ... also good for folks like me that can't afford the fancy-schmancy places!

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    Fratelli is one of the better, with Da Nico, in Little Italy

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    this looks like a nice restaurant :-) it´s called "230 Fifth"



    video: http://www.vidocity.com/player.asp?ID=166

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    Terrific website for NYC restaurants: Savory New York

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    My site for restaurants.. not just NYC but has alot of NYC spots

    http://www.realityimpaired.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynRider View Post
    A couple of great places for Home Cookin' / BBQ: Virgils, Blue Smoke (Higher End) Acme, Cowgirls Hall of Fame (Midrange) The Hog Pit (Lower End)

    All excellent food!
    I am a little late with this, but if you like Virgil's (and i do) try Daisy Mae's for take-out and delivery in Clinton

  9. #69

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    Cheap good digs..

    Yeah Shang Hai Delux... best "Juicy Pork Buns" (yes better than Joe Shang Hai's and New Green Boe) and the ever popular Great New York Noodletown

    Also for Dim Sum, I favor Goldn Unicorn

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    Some recommendations, all on Mulberry:

    Il Fornaio, not fancy but good.. like eating in your italian grandma's kitchen

    Pellegrinos, a little more upscale, but not over the top ... great service too

    ll Cotile - take your italian mom there.. they'll call her senora and she'll eat it up!! great food too!!

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    One of my faviurite New York restaurants is Nobu. Best Sushi in New York. (But there are Nobu's else where in the world [London, Paris, Milan, L.A.] That's my pick.

    -ryeler

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryeler View Post
    One of my faviurite New York restaurants is Nobu. Best Sushi in New York. (But there are Nobu's else where in the world [London, Paris, Milan, L.A.] That's my pick.

    -ryeler

    I have never dined at Nobu, I have been meaning to, but for sushi I loved Jewel Bako.

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    I was actually disappointed by Nobu. I've had better sushi from hole-in-the-wall places in midtown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schadenfrau View Post
    I was actually disappointed by Nobu. I've had better sushi from hole-in-the-wall places in midtown.
    2 places on the UES that are outstanding.. Poke (BYOB) and Sushi of Gari

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    I have eaten at Nobu's besides New York, and I actually liked New York's the least. None the less it was still good

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