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There are a half-dozen Asian-noodle palaces in the East Village, but this one manages to do it with a twist. The focus is on ramen;the Japanese adaptation of Chinese... More »
Chef Andy Ricker brings us terrific, mostly traditional Thai food by way of Portland, Oregon. And yes, it's worth braving the notoriously long lines at Pok Pok Ny for these... More »
New Yorkers were thrilled when San Francisco transplant Mission Chinese Food appeared on the Lower East Side, slinging Oklahoma native Danny Bowien's take on... More »
This modest mainstay of the Elmhurst cheap eats scene provides voluminous and mind-bogglingly cheap meals for around $5. These include a mountain of white rice, plus... More »
Mulberry Street used to mean suffering through bland penne alla vodka or lackluster veal Marsala. But now it"s an oasis for omnivores, in part thanks to Balaboosta, Einat... More »
For the past few years, Fujianese cafes have delivered the city's cheapest full meals. Currently foremost in the category is New Bai Wei Gourmet Foods, which... More »
Occupying what was formerly Chez Michallet, in the tenement made famous by the TV series Friends, Little Owl is a reconfigured bistro that adds all sorts of... More »
If you spot a yeti in Sunnyside, it won't be the shaggy Abominable Snowman, but a restaurant that oddly mixes Nepalese and Japanese cuisines. Stick with the Nepalese and... More »
Though Staten Island rarely receives plaudits for its restaurants, the plucky island leads the way in Sri Lankan cooking, thanks to a thriving immigrant... More »
Those who remember the old S&T on the western end of Roosevelt Avenue-where card players often elbowed out diners-will hardly recognize these new premises, filled with... More »
It was back in 1995 that a modest restaurant in Flushing drew the attention of the city's proto-foodies to Shanghai cooking by astonishing them with a dumpling. But this was no ordinary lump of meat and noodle dough. Soon dubbed "soup dumplings," these thin-skinned purses popularized by Joe's Shanghai were puckered at the top and wobbled alarmingly as they were ferried to the table in a...
Many centuries ago, a scholar was preparing for his final exams. To prevent distractions, he isolated himself on an island in the middle of a placid lake. The island was reached by a long bridge, and every day his faithful wife would bring him lunch by hiking across the span. But the lengthy walk meant that the food arrived cold, and the scholar was cross. Then one day his wife had an...
Who could resist a restaurant called Sweet Yummy House? If you're a kid, that is. For me, the name conjures up gingerbread dwellings deep in the woods made by witches. Step inside, and you're the entrée. But Sweet Yummy doesn't try to lure you with desserts—in fact, it doesn't have any. Rather, it's one of the city's newer Sichuan restaurants, which have been multiplying lately...
Yunnan Kitchen is the new Asian hipster “it” place on the Lower East Side. Housed in a neat, trendy space, this spot is staffed by an extremely affable crew.
Travis Post, the chef, and Erika Chou, the owner present a small plate menu which is inspired by the flavors of China’s Yunnan province. It features dishes with plenty of fresh herbs, vegetables,...
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