Several amazing restaurants in New York serve various cuisines at different rates. With so many choices, it isn't easy to decide where to eat from. Here, you’ll find a list of ten shining, debut restaurants of NYC.
1. Charles Pan Fried Chicken
This fantastic restaurant needs no introduction.
The Upper West Side now hosts the takeout-only restaurant, Charles Pan Fried Chicken. It is known for its unique fried chicken, made by crisping the meat in a skillet. It has numerous followers lined up to buy its legendary chicken, creamy mac and cheese, and lima beans.
Location: 146 W 72nd St, New York, NY 10023
Chef Sungchul Shim’s Korean-style restaurant had won over hearts with its traditional delicacies. After this Michelin star restaurant, the skilled chef has opened another one, named Mari - making Korean hand rolls similar to Japanese temaki.
Location: 679 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
3. All'antico Vinaio
With creamy, cheesy, and meaty stuffed sandwiches, this Italian restaurant was crowded with customers from the very first day. Robert Sietsema, a food critic who had been to the restaurant, recommended la favolosa, made with Tuscan salami, spicy eggplant, and pecorino and artichoke creams.
Location: 729 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036
4. Ci Siamo
Featuring housemade pasta, trout made from a wood fire, and blistered, caramelized onion torta, the Ci Siamo, is another debut restaurant located inside Hudson Yards-adjacent development Manhattan West. You can also catch the pastry chef Claudia Fleming’s dessert program, which is equally mouth-watering and features gelati, sorbetti, and a chocolate amaro-filled bomboloni.
Location: 385 9th Ave Suite #100, New York, NY 10001
5. Random Access
Hand Hospitality has brought a casual new spot to enjoy Thai food - Random Access. Juicy crab curry mac and cheese, fried chicken, and mussel chowder. Tom yum ramen, stirred and fried noodles, beef noodle soup, and more.
Location: 138 W 32nd St, New York, NY 10001
6. El Quijote
The old Hotel Chelsea is back after a renovation as El Quijote. This Spanish restaurant offers varieties of seafood, from plancha grilled, butter and sherry slicked lobster to its masterpiece paella, which is now served with blue prawns, rabbit, cockles, squid, and mussels.
Location: 226 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
7. Onjium at Genesis House
The Michelin-starred Seol restaurant, Onjium, is renowned for its modernization of Korean Royal Cuisine. It has opened a magnificent new fine dining restaurant with Genesis, a luxury car company.
Location: 40A 10th Ave, New York, NY 10014
8. So Do Fun
As the first U.S outpost of a famous restaurant chain, So Do Fun serves grilled and boiled fish in sauces and chili oil along with mapo tofu, steamed eggs, shrimp, and broccoli. The restaurant is red in color and has diners full of delicious food.
Location: 155 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003
9. Emmett's on Grove
The talented chef Emmett Burke has started this restaurant to introduce New Yorkers to a lesser-known Chicago dish, the tavern-style pie. Its crispy, thin crust has layers of sauces and pepperoni and jalapeno toppings.
Location: 39 Grove St, New York, NY 10014
10. Rowdy Rooster
Restaurateur Roni Mazumdar and chef Chintan Pandya are bringing an Indian tinge to fried chicken for New Yorkers. It supplies three different spice levels of fried chicken and offers chicken sandwiches with mint chutney, scallion yogurt, and more.
Location: 149 1st Ave., New York, NY 10003
There are many more restaurants in the city. However, these have gained more recognition. Now you need not waste time searching for a good restaurant. Fill your tummies with yummy food!