I love the Brandade and the Banh Di here. It’s their version of the Vietnamese sandwich. Phenomenal food served until 4 a.m. – Adam Richman, Man v. Food Read more.
Recommended dishes: Hot yogurt soup, sautéed spinach, Coban salad, grilled lamb meatballs, ali nazik. Read more.
If you haven't had the turkey sandwich here, you're missing out. Two words: bacon jam. Featured in Cheap Eats 2011! Read more.
Frank Bruni, of The Best Thing I Ever Ate, goes to The Breslin in New York, NY, where they have the best Chargrilled Lamb Burger and other British pub favorites. Find more tips at FN Local. Read more.
Classic: Roasted Ground Pork, Vietnamese Ham, Paté, Mayo, Butter, Cucumber, Carrots, Daikon, Cilantro, On a Toasted French Baguette. Read more.
No question, it's the best barbecue in the city. The best part is the casual & playful atmosphere: beer served in mason jars, buffet style line-up & huge communal tables. Read more.
Restaurateur Keith McNally's enduring Soho brasserie. The best everyday restaurant in New York City. Period. Best dish: roast chicken for two. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
The sesame pancake with beef is one of our 101 Best Sandwiches in NY. It's a bánh mì by way of Beijing: thin slices of beef with pickled cukes, carrots, and cilantro, dosed with Sriracha. Read more.
It’s not only the best place to catch the ‘vegetables are the new meat’ trend, it’s one of our favorite restaurants of the year. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Taste the best of Southern-fried Brooklyn at lunch here with a brisket sandwich or a hot bowl of jambalaya. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
For the ultimate in nouveau southern-fried dining, try the Tennessee fried chicken dinner here on Tuesday nights. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
We know you know, but just a reminder: The sandwiches are unparalleled, and the $50 prix-fixe dinner is one of the best gourmet deals in town. A best restaurant of the year pick from Where to Eat 2011 Read more.
Only open in the evening, this wine bar & restaurant focuses on "slow", natural wine and French comfort food, w/ rotating dishes like brisket & tongue with salsa verde ($10) and rabbit stew ($18). Read more.
Celebrate the vegetable with the $42 Mondays-only veggie tasting menu here. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
The lower level is jam-packed with options. We say, snag a heaping plate of pan-fried pork-and-scallion dumplings from Tianjin Foods, or the lamb hand-pulled-noodle soup from Lanzhou Handmade Noodle. Read more.