5 restaurants that I love to repeat in New York City
In a city like New York, repeating a restaurant can be a sin, given the variety of different places that exist here. Even living in this city a lifetime, I bet you would not know all the restaurants available – not only by the high number but also by the fact that there are many who close. But even that sometimes is a waste to repeat a restaurant, I confess that there are some that I love to go again! All that I mention today had appeared in some other post here on the blog, but is a tip for those who are coming here for now.
Porsena – a Italian that always recommended it! It has a very intimate environment, great for those looking for a romantic place to enjoy – but also good for a group! The main meals are the pastas, with an excellent and delicious mix and different sauces. The menu is lean and the dishes cost an average of $20. I highly recommend Anelloni pasta with lamb sausage, mustard seeds and a touch spicy.
Address: 21 E 7th Street.
Tortaria – great place to end a busy day in New York. Tortaria is a Mexican restaurant/bar and , as the day is ending, the climate of Happy Hour takes over! In addition to the typical dishes such as tacos, burritos and nachos – delicious, by the way – the drinks also have fair prices. It’s pretty cool and everyone I took there loved it!
Address: 94 University Pl.
Yum Yum Too – I love oriental food and no doubt that Thai is my favorite! This one has a menu is nicely varied, with dishes photos (beautiful, by the way), which helps a lot when you are choosing. Fried Rice is very well served and costs $ 12.95, as well as the beef or chicken curry. The environment is also very good and is in a great area, full of other cool restaurants.
Address: 662 9th Ave (esquina da 46St)
Cafe Habana – this is the place for eating one of the most famous corns in New York – and I love going there just to eat this corn again! In addition, there are tacos, quesadillas, sandwiches and burgers that cost between $ 9 and $ 13. The place is very small, cozy and with a cool vibe.
Address: 17 Prince Street.
La Tarte Flambée – Tarte Flambée is a typical dish from the Alsace, region of France, which basically consists in a thin crust topped with various ingredients, fowl. There are several options: bacon, mushroom, onion … It’s very tasty, like a lighter pizza. Ideal to go with several people, asking various flavors and a cold beer (or wine) to accompany!
Address: 1750 2nd Ave e 153 E 33rd St.
Laura Peruchi is a Brazilian blogger, author, and entrepreneur. She has lived in Manhattan with her husband since 2014. Since then, she has shared on her blog varied content about the Big Apple. From travel tips, including unusual things to do, shopping tips, etiquette, restaurants, and a lot more, her blog has become a reference in Portuguese (also available in English) for anyone planning a trip to New York City.