According to the New York City Department of Health & Hygiene, there are 24,000 restaurants in the City of New York. Hmmmm…seems like a small amount. I mean, with all the sit down, stand around, street food options, surely there are more, right? Oh, well, who am I to argue (or ask the DOH to hand over their records)?
I’m a bit of a ‘foodie’. I love the city for this very reason. And when I say ‘the city’, I mean the entire city–not just the island of Manhattan. There are actually four other boroughs that make this place a food-lovers’ paradise rich with cultures — and flavors — from all parts of the globe.
- Masak (Singaporean)
- Granduca di Sicilia (Italian)
- Chez Jacqueline (French/Provençale)
- Red Rooster (American/Swedish/Soul Food)
- BICE Ristorante (Italian)
- La Fonda del Sol (Spanish/Tapas)
- Sakagura (Japanese)
- Bistango (Italian – Gluten Free)
- Saju (French)
- St. Andrews Restaurant & Bar (Scottish)
So, no matter the utensil — and I’m not choosy — I’m ready for an adventure.
Here I go!