A Taste of New York’s Best Restaurants
New York offers an endless number of options for fine dining. Which one is for you?
One of the world’s major financial, commercial and cultural centers, New York is home to a plethora of cuisines served at high-end restaurants and roadside delis alike. When in New York City, you can find any cuisine that you may crave for. It is quite deservedly, one of the best, biggest and fondest tourist havens in the world. If you like a busy life, good food, and sports; New York is the place to be. However, in this article, we will only discuss the food that this great city has to offer.
To start off, I have divided the article into two parts. I will be telling you about two luxurious fine dining spots and two affordable, yet top quality, eateries. By this, I intend to offer something to everyone.
If You Want An Exclusive Experience, Go For These:
1. Per Se
Thomas Keller’s second restaurant with a three-star Michelin rating is “the” restaurant to visit, if you are rich, love French cuisine and are up for a life-changing culinary experience. The menu is lined with some excellent dishes. The specialty is their daily tasting menu, which is composed of nine-courses. They use the finest French culinary techniques to prepare these dishes, and they taste like perfection. If you are a wine enthusiast, you will benefit from their award-winning wine selection. Per Se is culinary excellence at its best.
2. Eleven Madison Park
Located in the heart of New York City, Madison Eleven is a top tier fine dining restaurant. It offers a great view of Manhattan’s beautiful Madison Park to add to its ambiance. Restaurant’s Chef is Daniel Humm who is renowned for his culinary skills. The restaurant is open throughout the week and offers lunch on the weekends from 1 pm.
For An Economic, Yet Outstanding Culinary Experience, Go For These:
Located on 32 Mulberry Street in China Town, Juku is a great fine-dining destination. No list for culinary experiences is complete without a restaurant that offers some great Sushi. Hence, Juku made its way on this list. It is one of the very few places in NYC that offer the perfect balance between quality and price when it comes to Sushi. You can get a 12 piece sushi serving, of the best quality of fish, along with nice stories from the chef regarding where the fish are from.
4. Joe’s Pizza
New York without pizza? Nobody is going to like that. Joe’s pizza has been serving a long list of loyal customers since 1975 when it was established by the Italian Joe Pozzuoli. New Yorkers swear by the quality of this master class pizzeria in the West Village. Trying out this pizzeria should be a must for anyone who visits NYC for its wealth of culinary culture.