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Indian, Argentinean, Spanish, Mexican, Turkish... In New York City, you will find every kind of food and all the specialties of the world. An incredible gastronomic journey !

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Buenos Aires Restaurant

Karina De Marco brings a piece of here native city to New York.
513 East 6th Street
Astor PlShow on map

Cafe Steinhof

Open since 2001, Cafe Steinhof is a traditionnal austrian restaurant in the heart of Brooklyn. Welcome to Vienna !
(422 7th Avenue/14th Street in Brooklyn)
Prospect ParkShow on map

Chimichurri grill

609 9th Avenue/43rd Street
Port AuthorityShow on map

Colbeh

43 West 39th Street
5 AvShow on map

Gabriela’s Mexican Restaurant

With a décor that speaks to the livelihood of a fiesta and the authenticity of their fine Mexican fare, Gabriela’s new grandiose restaurant is replete with fun, funky and traditional details elevating the dining experience for all who enter their large, elaborate authentic Mexican Mission-style wood doors.
688 Columbus Avenue, between 93rd and 94th Streets
96 StShow on map

Hell’s Kitchen

679 9th Avenue, between 46th and 47th Streets
50 StShow on map

Ipanema

13 West 46 Street, between Fifth and 6th Avenues
47-50 Sts - Rockefeller CtrShow on map

Ithaka Restaurant

308 East 86th Street
86 StShow on map

La Palapa

77 St Mark’s Place, between 1st and 2nd Avenue, and 359 6th Avenue
Astor PlShow on map

Le Caire Lounge

189 East 3rd Street, between A and B Avenues
2 AvShow on map

Luzia Tapas Bar Restaurant

429 Amsterdam Avenue
79 StShow on map

Mont Blanc 52 Restaurant

Enjoy the alpine experience of Mont Blanc Restaurant, a swiss restaurant in the heart of Manhattan ! The menu proposes swiss specialties as swiss cheese fondue, raclette or the "émincé de veau à la zurichoise", a traditionnal swiss minced veal meal
344 West 52nd Street
50 StShow on map

Queen of Sheba

Queen of Sheba is an Ethiopian eatery located on the corner of 10th Avenue and 46th Street, just a few blocks away from Times Square. The chef, Philipos Mengistu, moved to the United States in 1990, with the idea of introducing New York City to Ethiopian food. As he scouted locations and saved money for his first business in the US, he worked as an aircraft technician for Ethiopian Airways and a Yellow Cab driver. He launched this restaurant in 1999 and named it to celebrate the legend of Queen of Sheba and King Solomon.
650 10th Avenue
50 StShow on map

Resto

Resto features Belgian food in the style of New York. Its heavy french influence and farm fresh and seasonal ingredients are the backbone of Resto's food and spirit.
111 East 29th Street, between Park and Lexington Avenues
28 StShow on map

Sugarcane

Welcome to the Caribbean ! Ask for the famous "Sugarcane Rum Punch", "Mango Barbecue Spare Ribs" or "Trinidad Chinese Fried Chicken".
238 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn
Bergen StShow on map

Tomiño Taberna Gallega

This Spanish restaurant is named after a small village in the North-West of Spain, Tomiño, in Galicia. The 2 Spanish chefs, Fran Novás and Rogelio Garcia, ropose all the main spanish recipes : bacalao, chipirones, chorizo, menestra de verdura, pimientos del padron... You can also order Spanish wines from the Bierzo and the Duero regions.
192 Grand Street
Spring Street or Canal StreetShow on map
www.tominonyc.com

Utsav Festive India

1185 6th Avenue/46th Street
42 StShow on map

Zarela

953 2nd Avenue, between 50th and 51st Street
Lexington Av/51 StShow on map