If certain restaurant locations are cursed, then the opposite must also be true: Some places are blessed. A case in point is the upstairs at 113 Lexington Avenue. For years it held East in the West, one of Manhattan's best Indian restaurants, with a steam table that blew nearby Curry in a Hurry out of the water. Now it's Haandi, the neighborhood's highest-profile Pakistani café, providing a more meaty and assertively flavored menu than its predecessor. The extravagantly windowed premises offer spectacular views of Lexington Avenue's river... More >>>