5 Restaurants You Must Try in NYC

I’m a huge foodie and love trying new restaurants, but there are a handful in New York City that I would literally eat at every day if I could. Whether you’re just visiting for the first time or you’re a city native, I hope you get a chance to eat at at least one of these!

I ranked them below from the cheapest to splurge:

  1. Spicy Village, Chinatown
  2. Briciola, Hells Kitchen
  3. Budakkan, Chelsea
  4. Taureau, Soho
  5. Sushi Nakazawa, West Village

1) Spicy Village ($) – Chinese – Chinatown


Vibe:

Hole in the wall authentic Xinjiang Chinese, cheap eat

Must Try:

Big plate of chicken with noodles (so flavorful, my favorite dish)

Address:

68 Forsyth St #B, New York, NY 10002

2) Briciola ($$) – Italian – Hell’s Kitchen

Vibe:

Intimate, cozy, perfect for date night with a couple glasses of wine

Must Try:

Their menu changes every day, but I highly recommend the octopus and gnocchi

Address:

370 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019

3) Buddakan ($$$) – Asian Fusion – Chelsea

Vibe:

Upscale, trendy, wear a cocktail dress and heels if you want

Must Try:

ALLLL the cocktails!

Address: 

75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011

4) Taureau ($$$$) – French – SoHo


Vibe:

Laid-back, casual but with GREAT food

Must Try:

3 course prix-fixe fondue – meats, cheeses, chocolate, what more could you ask for?

Address: 

558 Broome St, New York, NY 10013

5) Sushi Nakazawa ($$$$$) – Japanese – West Village

Vibe:

High-end Japanese, one of the best (if not the best) in NYC. Still have yet to watch Jiro Dreams of Sushi on Netflix but Nakazawa is an apprentice.

Must Try:

Chef’s omakase at the sushi bar! Reservations open up a month in advance and you HAVE to book at least 3 weeks beforehand!

Address:

23 Commerce St, New York, NY 10014

Top 5 best and favorite restaurants in New York City, by a local, for tourists and locals. Sushi Nakazawa, Italian, Chinese, just to name a few.

What are your Top 5 New York City Favorites? Comment below! 

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