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By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice. Quebecois food. Canada is ethnic. Jaspers Taphouse and Kitchen is a fun place on 9th Avenue and 51st, in the Theater District.

But here is a place where they actually seem to have improved on the original you get in Old Quebec. And now for something completely different. The bar was once the setting for the movie, The Manchurian Candidate. But the back story gets even better.

Sinatra, Johnny Carson and other celebrities frequented the restaurant which became known as a hang out for the famous. The restaurant changed hands and became the Russian Samovar but the decor, as especially the famous bar, stayed the same.

I always wondered why tapas were not more popular in the United States. One of the best food experiences you can have is wandering in and out of tapas bars in Spain. Spain, along with Italy, France, and China, is one of those countries you speak of in hushed, respectful tones when you speak of its cuisine.

Boqueria does this legacy justice. Named after the iconic and colorful Barcelona food market, Boqueria serves up tapas, both traditional, and with its own twist. Try anything here.

It is all good. And the wine pairings only serve to enhance the experience. LTK started life in on East 53rd Street, Midtown adding yet another great Thai restaurant to New York City.

Today it continues the Thai food revolution. The flavors are so subtle. Apparently Veselka was one of the top authentic ethnic restaurants in New York City 60 years ago and has retained that spot ever since.

I have to admit I did not know much about Ukranian food going into this. I assumed it was similar to Russian or Polish cuisine which I really like.

Yes, there are similarities but, I am told by Ukrainians who know their stuff, that the food in Veselka is unique, authentic and tastes like the food back home in Kiev. They have a large menu that the staff will be happy to help you with.

The delicious dishes are comfort food at its finest. Have the perogies! You can still see vestiges of this community in the local churches, community centers and the few Slavic restaurants that remain. Veselka itself has been there since They are open 24 hours and opened another location in The Bowery in Pho Sandwich Shop on the Upper East Side is much more than a sandwich shop.

It is a full service, sit-down restaurant with friendly staff, pleasant environment and some of the best Vietnamese food outside of Vietnam. For some strange reason, it is difficult to get authentic Vietnamese food. But this place does not disappoint. Order the duck. This find was a treat! Snowdonia , in Astoria, Queens is a cozy corner restaurant and bar with outdoor seating and two cute Schnauzers wandering about.

The restaurant is named for a mountainous region in Wales which is also a national park. The menu had a wide variety of options I was totally unfamiliar with so I ordered a Welsh sampler.

The sampler came with glamorgans, a Welsh vegetarian sausage made with leeks and cheese and the famous Welsh rarebit among other things. Rarebit is a hot cheese sauce over bread with different little toppings to put on the bread.

They have a nice selection but the sticky toffee pudding is to die for. This is another Anthony Bourdain find. The newspaper clipping on the wall tells the story of when Bourdain showed up at the original restaurant in Flushing, Queens with a camera crew.

They would have done it even without Bourdain — the food is THAT good — but the association helped. The wide assortment of dumplings is delicious as are the ox-tail soup and pork sandwiches. Saba Restaurant and Grill is my recent discovery for delicious Yemeni cuisine and is now officially one of my favorite foods.

Who knew this was going to be one of the most authentic ethnic restaurants in New York City? The bread is OMG-this-is-amazing-good; all crispy on the outside and fluffy and slightly salty on the inside.

The place is a modest establishment on Steinway in Astoria, Queens in a neighborhood with a large Middle Eastern population. We ordered one appetizer and one entre for two.

We got so much food we took half home and had one more meal. Zambia is a country in south central Africa that takes its name from the Zambezi River. Zambian food is rich in spices especially pepper.

Many Zambian meals contain nshima, made from powdered maize. It is a side dish similar to rice or potatoes used to accompany proteins like lamb or fish. The best place to get African food from all regions of the continent is Harlem in upper Manhattan.

And one authentic restaurant in Harlem that serves yummy African food is La Savane. La Savane is officially an Ivoirian restaurant, from the Ivory Coast in West Africa but their recipes come from all over Africa including Zambia. Clearly this is not an exhaustive list as there are multiple ethnic restaurants on any one block in NYC.

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What do you think of this list? What began as a modest cart now has a brick-and-mortar shop still specializing in arepas and other Colombian bites in Jackson Heights. This casual lunch counter in the Bronx focuses on all things pork, with recipes of Puerto Rican and Dominican provenance.

Cuchifritos are the fan-favorite, the standout morcilla aka blood sausage in particular. The green plantains with beef are tops at this Puerto Rican favorite that turned its beloved street fair appearances into a well-regarded, permanent location. The curried herring is a canary-hued treat that's only available on the 10am-4pm menu.

Established in , Taqueria Milear is a family-run restaurant that serves up authentic Mexican fare, from tacos to quesadillas and tortas to tostadas. There's a super cute backstory, too — owners Marisol and Artemio actually met at a food stand in Mexico where Marisol was making many of the wonderful dishes they now serve in-store.

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Some years went by, and Mr. Chang had a tremendous financial setback. He lost everything—his beautiful home, his possessions, every asset he had. Wonton soup is a classic Chinese Dumpling soup loaded with the flavors of shrimp,pork, ginger and seasonings in a light broth.

This inexpensive dish is a great way to use up leftover pork! Are you in the mood for a change of pace? Perhaps another taste of the Far East will whet your appetite! If Szechuan cuisine suits your fancy, Chengtu Chicken is worth the time. A true scotch egg consists of a hard-cooked egg wrapped enveloped in sausage, then coated in bread crumbs and baked or fried!

Here is one of my favorite inexpensive homemade Chinese food dishes. Chinese chop suey is the quintessential comfort dish — chicken or pork and vegetables cooked in a flavorful sauce.

Served with fresh steamed green beans and jasmine rice, you might want to consider making a double batch as the family will go back for seconds and thirds! Chicken Tikka tends to get overcomplicated in recipes, but this one is fine, quick and easy.

Ethnic foods are delicious! Thai style sweet and sour dish with tomatoes cucumber, onion, pineapple, sweet pepper and spring …. Think of it as a big clubhouse in the East Village for people who appreciate solid Italian food. Daddies , a place in the West Village from the same owner, is another good choice.

Upper West Side. Let's say you're walking around Central Park and you need to grab brunch after. Go to Barney Greengrass. At this Upper West Side staple that's been open since the early 20th century, your tourist friends can check " bagels " off their list, and you can eat some world-class nova in an unpretentious room that feels like an old-school diner.

It's not too hard to get a table here, but keep in mind that this place is cash-only. Lower East Side. Even if you hate crowds, you still need to come here. The thick, steamy pastrami at Katz's is one of New York City's crown jewels.

Royal Seafood gets crowded on weekends—but it doesn't draw huge lines like Jing Fong or House of Joy. So if you don't want to wait an hour for your har gow and rice rolls, come here.

The dim sum is fantastic, and there are always fresh batches arriving from the kitchen via a dumbwaiter. This place is a bit smaller than other dim sum parlors in the neighborhood, but there's still plenty of room, and if you arrive before 11am, you'll probably get seated right away. Be sure get the shu mai and chicken feet.

West Village. Corner Bistro has been around for decades, and some people will say that their burger is the best in NYC.

Get a beer in a heavy glass mug to go along with your food, and feel free to loiter in this divey West Village tavern for several hours.

Hou Yi Hot Pot is a magical place. If you don't want to sweat while you eat, go with one of the mild broths.

The little room on the Lower East Side is casual and no-nonsense, and it will inevitably smell like meat and boiling chilis when you stop by.

If you need something to do after dinner, check out a nearby bar. There's nothing wrong with Joe's —but everyone's already been there.

If you're looking for a downtown slice shop that your cousin from Connecticut will get excited about, the obvious answer is Scarr's. This little LES spot looks like it should be inside of a s bowling alley, and it tends to be filled with the sort of people who stand in long lines outside of clothing stores in Soho and Nolita.

The pizza is some of the best in the city, and there's always a crowd out front. Tucked into the side of Chelsea Market, this counter-service spot from the people behind Los Tacos No.

The aguachile is also an essential order, and you can round things out with a Pacifico. Bar Food. Upper East Side. The burger at J. Melon is classic and straightforward. The tavern-like room is filled with checkered tablecloths and random decor that looks like it was picked up at an estate sale several decades ago, and the kitchen is open until am most nights.

Eat at a little table in the barebones space, or take your food to the park a block away. It looks like a big, bright old-timey diner, and there's a good chance you've seen it on TV. This is a popular place to film shows and movies. The owner came to the United States in and worked at odd jobs saving money to open his own restaurant using the recipes and ingredients he learned from his mother in his tome town of Addis Ababa.

It was delicious! The restaurant is cozy with friendly service. It has an interesting selection of Ethiopian wines.

There are two versions of the origin. Still, really makes for a colorful moniker. It is not a budget location but it is an excellent value for your money selection. They have outdoor dining in a very pleasant sidewalk cafe to chill in with a glass of white wine.

A totally pleasant experience on the Upper East Side and a perfect example of authentic ethnic restaurants in New York City. The area around 86th Street in the Upper East Side, often referred to as Yorkville, was called Germantown for many years.

As early as the mids German immigrants settled in the neighborhood. Up until the s, a large portion of the population in Yorkville spoke German. On 86th Street, in the center of Yorkville, there were many German shops, restaurants, and bakeries.

Most of the authentic ethnic restaurants are gone but some of them remain today either in their original authentically German format or in a more modernized version.

Stube Quality Wursts , right smack in the middle of Yorkville, is one such representation of delicious German wursts with an interesting variety of toppings. Sometimes an authentic German wurst and a beer are all you need to really hit the spot. Similar to German populations, Hungarians also settled in the Yorkville area, especially around 79th Street.

Many authentic ethnic Hungarian restaurants, butcher shops and specialty import stores dotted the neighborhood. There are still churches there serving the Hungarian population.

East 82nd Street is also named St. Stephen of Hungary Way and the area from East 79th to 83rd Streets is known as Little Hungary. Some specialized stores remain including the aptly named Café Budapest on 2nd Avenue.

They serve Hungarian food as traditional and authentic as you can get, in a cozy inviting atmosphere. The classics include chicken paprika and stuffed cabbage but they have much more.

Despite the yummy entrees, the Hungarian desserts are the real stars here; homemade flaky pastries stuffed with creams and bursting with fruits. I really enjoy Spice Symphony. This is not just another Indian restaurant. What originally attracted me to this welcoming Indian restaurant in the first place was their claim to specialize in Indo-Chinese food.

A good example of fusion cuisine. Chinese settled in that Indian city and the two cultures blended together to create a distinct and delicious cuisine. That combination of two of my favorite foods alone was enough to lure me in.

Once inside I saw curry goat on the menu and that was it. I was hooked. Their desserts are also delicious with subtle tastes — mango! We used to live in just above Manhattan, in Riverdale, a nice neighborhood in the Bronx.

Every Friday after work we would make it a ritual to go to Aoyu Sushi for a nice night out in an authentic Japanese restaurant. After trying out dozens of sushi restaurants in New York we found Aoyu to be the best bang for your buck. The fish served here was always of the highest quality, made by real Japanese sushi chefs, and served to us by real Japanese people.

From the free green tea to the decor, to the sushi, I loved every one of my Friday nights here. Here are the directions. Cameron and Natasha blog at The World Pursuit. is this good! New Wonjo is right smack in the center of Koreatown on West 32nd Street.

Here is where I learned to love Korean food. They have the best Korean BBQ. The classic Korean BBQ is upstairs. The first floor is reserved for non-BBQ, traditional Korean fare. The line for Naya at 54 West 56th street, at least at lunchtime, is almost all the way down to the end of the street.

After figuring out it WAS actually for the restaurant I got in the queue which, thankfully moved very quickly. Once inside this pleasant, efficient eating establishment, you see why the line moves so quickly. The team behind the counter at this Middle Eastern restaurant is super-fast. And the food is super good.

I was delighted to find this slightly out of the way restaurant in Elmhurst, Queens. I loved the Singapore Laksa, one of the most popular dishes, which felt like I was back in Singapore.

Worry not! Karen blogs at Wanderlustingk. This unassuming little neighborhood gem in Jackson Heights will do more than surprise you with its tasty fare, it will absolutely delight you.

Thakali Kitchen offers authentic fine Nepalese cuisine. It is cozy, comfortable and so much fun to try the different menu selections. The staff is very helpful. Just tell them the type of food you like, and they will make suggestions that invariably hit the mark. One of the most fun things about Thakali is its location.

It is in the middle of Jackson Heights, the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods on planet earth. Japanese street food, particularly that found in Osaka, is in a category by itself.

That is why here it is treated as separate from the cuisine of greater Japan. One of the key components of Osaka street food is the okonomiyaki, a savory pancake concoction consisting of flour, shredded cabbage, and various meat toppings.

Otafuku is the Japanese goddess of mirth. Her job is to make you happy and these tasty pancakes will do just that.

Peruvian food has rapidly and methodically climbed its way into the ranks of top ethnic foods in NYC. And Pio-Pio the sound a Spanish-speaking chicken makes is right up there with the best of them. I first discovered them in Jackson Heights many years ago and was blown away by the taste of their signature dish, chicken flavored with lime.

There are now 9 Pio-Pios strategically situated all over the city.

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