10 Must-See New York City Resturants

1) Eleven Madison Park


Upscale American tasting menus from chef Daniel Humm served in a high-ceilinged art deco space.

Website | Menu

2) The NoMad


Inspired by Chef Daniel’s time spent throughout Switzerland, California, and New York City, the NoMad is rooted in the same traditions found as Eleven Madison Park. A refined yet approachable menu with a win program that celebrates the great wine-growing regions of the world.

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3) Momofuku Ko


Monofuku Ko serves a set multi-course tasting menu using seasonal ingredients. They change their menu frequently.

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4) Annisa


An eatery from chef Anita Lo, which features American fare with an Asian flair and wines from female vintners.

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5) The Kitchen at Brooklyn Fare


Renowned, upscale 20-course tasting menu that fuses French & Japanese flavors in an intimate 18 seat space. Requires a reservation up to six weeks in advance.

Website | Menu Changes Daily

6) Per Se


A New American and French restaurant, from chef Thomas Keller, with a luxe fixed-price menu and views of Central Park.

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7) Aldea


This is a Portuguese eatery by Chef George Mendes. The modern Mediterranean fare emphasizes Iberian Coast flavors in a sleek, open kitchen.

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8) 15 East


Solemn temple of Japanese cuisine attracts raw-fish fanatics. This minimalist Japanese restaurant prepares creative sushi and fish plush cooked dishes in a refined atmosphere.

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9) Ayada


The Menu spans the culinary regions of Thailand with some Japanese twists. Featuring curries, papaya salad, and other traditional, oft-spicy fare.

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10) Brick Lane Curry House


Specializing in phaal, Curry House issues a how-hot-can-you-go challenge to every diner. This tiny Indian restaurant serves British-style curries from mild to super-spicy.

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