In the city of New York, you will find eateries and restaurants serving cuisines from every part of the world. From Indian to Lebanese, to Chinese to Mexican to Italian…. The types of cuisine you’ll find are endless.
NYC’s restaurants are also varied in their presentation—some are modern with sleek designs and a smart outlook while others are old-fashioned, giving you the feel of the 1960s or even earlier. Some are elegantly decorated opulent places. Others are simple, down to earth eateries. Below is a quick look at some of the leading restaurants in New York City. This list is in no way exhaustive, neither are these in any way demeaning the importance of other restaurants which are as equally good.
Gabriel Kreuther – The French Restaurant with Excellent Food
Located opposite Bryant Park, this restaurant features some of the special French delicacies prepared personally by chef Gabriel Kreuther. Many customers enjoy the spice-seared diver scallops and the compressed tart. There is also a host of normal everyday French cuisine available at reasonable prices. The service is also great.
Sushi Yasuda – Tasty Japanese Food
Located near Grand Central, this Japanese restaurant serves all types of popular Japanese dishes and specializes in sushi. The food is absolutely sumptuous and the restaurant has a traditional Japanese feel. The Omakase menu is fantastic. Yet keep in mind, the prices are on the higher side. The flash-fried shrimp shouldn’t be skipped over.
Le Bernardin – For the Seafood Fan in You
This famous seafood joint is located in Midtown New York. It’s been the leading restaurant in the city for 8 consecutive years. Le Bernardin boasts of its French seafood as well as its wine list. When you visit consider ordering foie gras, toasted baguette, sautéed langoustine, or crispy black bass Yellowfin tuna.
Gotham Bar and Grill – A Joint To Grab Something and Run for Work
Here you will find all New American dishes, which are some of the favorite dishes of the NYC population. The service is impeccable, and the food is delicious as well as filling. While going for work or sightseeing, get a tuna tartare, a steak, or a seafood salad, and be on your way. You can also opt for the lunch menu at an attractive price of $38.
Peter Luger Steak House – The Traditional Steak Place
This is a busy place that sells some of the best steaks in New York. During lunch, you can order a sizzling Luger-Burger with bacon and a bottle of German beer and have a great experience.