Restaurant Reviews

738 Reviews Display Results per Page
Lick Some Balls at Yunnan Kitchen Lick Some Balls at Yunnan Kitchen
Potato balls, we mean. At a new Lower East Side Dai spot.
, July 11, 2012
Yunnan Kitchen is yet another reimagined Chinese restaurant located on the Lower East Side, and you can be sure there will be more. It somewhat... More >>
Mission Chinese Food: Red Hot in a Pink Glow Mission Chinese Food: Red Hot in a Pink Glow
A San Francisco transplant wows the city's gastro-cognoscenti
, July 04, 2012
The advent of Mission Chinese Food on Orchard Street in May was one of the prime events of the season and ushered in an era of good feeling that... More >>
Foragers City Table: Something's in Store for You Foragers City Table: Something's in Store for You
A Chelsea artisanal grocery serves up dinner
, July 04, 2012
A little girl is standing at the entrance to Foragers City Table and reading the menu to her father as he taps away on his BlackBerry. "Hey,... More >>
Bay Ridge Joins the Arab Peninsula Bay Ridge Joins the Arab Peninsula
A Yemeni café brings the nabe its home-style eats
, June 27, 2012
In the 1890s, Atlantic Avenue south of Brooklyn Heights became the center of the city's burgeoning Arab population. The original residents were... More >>
Reynards: The Wythe Man's Burden Reynards: The Wythe Man's Burden
Can Andrew Tarlow find Brooklyn success yet again?
, June 27, 2012
Brooklyn at dusk. The sky stretched out like a neon T-shirt. Beautiful women in red lips and men in vintage eyeglasses lounge in a converted... More >>
Pete Zaaz: The Spud's No Dud, Bud Pete Zaaz: The Spud's No Dud, Bud
A Crown Heights pizzeria challenges the traditional pie
, June 20, 2012
For the first century of its existence as an iconic New York food, pizza was easy to define: crust, tomato sauce, cheese. Sure, there were... More >>
Landbrot: Bread Lines in West Village! Landbrot: Bread Lines in West Village!
Loaf around all day at a German bakery-café
, June 20, 2012
It's an unsettling start to the summer when the phrase "zombie apocalypse" is tossed about so often, followed by nervous laughter. But there's... More >>
Boukiés: Greek Unorthodox Boukiés: Greek Unorthodox
An East 2nd Street space stays in the Euro zone
, June 06, 2012
The previous tenant in the sprawling corner space at Second Avenue and 2nd Street was Heartbreak. True to its name, the place closed two days... More >>
Is Sao Mai Our Best Vietnamese Restaurant? Is Sao Mai Our Best Vietnamese Restaurant?
Take First Avenue to Hanoi
, May 30, 2012
No cuisine is as obsessed with fresh herbs as Vietnamese. Take the papaya salad ($8.50) at Sao Mai. In the moist toss of pale green fruit and... More >>
La Vara: Thanks, Spanish Inquisition La Vara: Thanks, Spanish Inquisition
Try a delicious history lesson in Cobble Hill
, May 23, 2012
There was a time in Spain when pork was the law. The Spanish Inquisition ramped up in the 1400s to brutally enforce a Christian culture. So while... More >>
Little Pepper: Eat Heat Little Pepper: Eat Heat
A favorite Sichuan place brings its fire to a new nabe
, May 23, 2012
Seven years ago, when Little Pepper opened on Roosevelt Avenue across from the Bland housing projects, it was hard to get diners to go there.... More >>
Pastry Chef Elwyn Boyles Conjures Desserts in the Sky Pastry Chef Elwyn Boyles Conjures Desserts in the Sky
The sweet taste of success
, May 16, 2012
Know this: Every time you wave away the dessert menu without even looking at it, a cook's heart shatters like a pane of burnt sugar. Every pastry... More >>
Swallow Some Nettles at Parish Hall! Swallow Some Nettles at Parish Hall!
The locavoric folks behind Egg open a new Williamsburg spot
, May 16, 2012
When Williamsburg's Egg cracked open seven years ago, it was at an auspicious time. The local and sustainable movement was in full swing, comfort... More >>
Genting Palace: We Wager You'll Like It Genting Palace: We Wager You'll Like It
Now you can play the ponies and eat dim sum at the same place—Aqueduct
, May 02, 2012
When Malaysia's Genting Group opened its casino in—of all places—Ozone Park's Aqueduct Racetrack, it followed the same formula it had used at... More >>
Benares: Howdy, Squishy Goat Foot! Benares: Howdy, Squishy Goat Foot!
Plus spuds and spices at a new upscale Indian spot
, April 25, 2012
Perhaps the world's oldest city, Varanasi is also Hinduism's holiest site. It lies on the banks of the Ganges River in Uttar Pradesh, a state in... More >>
Florencia 13: Gangsters Get Their Burritos Florencia 13: Gangsters Get Their Burritos
California expats find themselves a clubhouse in NYC
, April 18, 2012
You can't imagine how many complaints I've fielded from Angelenos who can't stand NYC's Mexican food. Invariably, the tortillas are all wrong,... More >>
Zero Otto Nove: Rabbit, Run! Zero Otto Nove: Rabbit, Run!
A Salerno-style spot does both Belmont and the Flatiron district
, April 11, 2012
Twelve years ago, when Roberto Restaurant first appeared in Belmont—the Bronx's Little Italy—there weren't as many good dining spots as there are... More >>
Brooklyn Wok Shop Strikes Up the Bland Brooklyn Wok Shop Strikes Up the Bland
It's hipsterized Cantonese classics in Williamsburg
, April 04, 2012
Let's say you craved Chinese food of the kind snagged from carryouts when you were a kid. But, somewhat absurdly, you wanted to enjoy it in a... More >>
John Brown Smokehouse: Long Island City Gets a Great Barbecue John Brown Smokehouse: Long Island City Gets a Great Barbecue
Queens now tastes a little like Kansas City
, March 28, 2012
It's something of an urban miracle how quickly NYC has gone from being a barbecue wasteland to a national 'cue capital. The phenomenon began 20... More >>
Kaia: Please Boer Me Kaia: Please Boer Me
Happily, New York gets some more South African food
, March 21, 2012
For nearly two decades, New York diners have been regaled with the fascinating and varied cuisines of West Africa, most notably Senegalese,... More >>
Tacos Morelos: A Starchy Delight Shines in Queens Tacos Morelos: A Starchy Delight Shines in Queens
, March 14, 2012
Five years ago, I rounded up a dozen friends and took them on a taco crawl along Roosevelt Avenue, from Flushing Meadows to Jackson Heights. Our... More >>
North End Grill: Danny Meyer Shall Rule Us All North End Grill: Danny Meyer Shall Rule Us All
The restaurant king further annexes Battery Park City
, March 14, 2012
Is Danny Meyer going to revitalize Battery Park City the way he did the Flatiron district? Last summer, the wildly successful restaurateur opened... More >>
Mercado on Kent: From Bilbao to Billyburg Mercado on Kent: From Bilbao to Billyburg
A giant tapas bar tries it one more time
, March 07, 2012
Five years ago, news that a protégé of Spanish chef Ferran Adrià—the guru of molecular gastronomy—was coming to NYC would have turned out hordes... More >>
Talde: Pan-Asian in the Pan Talde: Pan-Asian in the Pan
A Top Chef-er takes his toque to the Slope
, March 07, 2012
Dale Talde sure knows how to write a menu. In perusing the bill of fare at his new Park Slope restaurant, Talde, I found not a single dish I... More >>
Sao Mai and Xe May Sandwich Shop: Finally, Your Banh Mi Tacos Sao Mai and Xe May Sandwich Shop: Finally, Your Banh Mi Tacos
The East Village gets two new Vietnamese spots
, February 29, 2012
It was an auspicious beginning: a squat stack of culantro nestled against the branches of Thai basil and crisp bean sprouts on the herb plate... More >>
<< Previous Page | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | ... | 30 | Next Page >> Display Results per Page

Find A Restaurant

powered by VOICE PLaces

Join My Voice Nation for free stuff, dining info & more!

Click for our favorite New York dishes
Loading...