New York is one of America’s best food destinations. From cheap eats to Michelin-star restaurants, you’ll find something delectable in the streets of the Big Apple! If you’re New York-bound and looking for the best restaurants the city has to offer, here are ten suggestions.

Le Bernardin

Le Bernardin is an elite French restaurant which offers refined seafood, expert service and luxurious decor. Helmed by the well-loved French chef, Eric Ripert, it was voted as the 15th best Restaurant in the world in the Restaurant magazine’s top 50 and one of the six restaurants in New York awarded with three Michelin Stars, as well as holding four stars from The New York Times for the longest period of time. You can order Sauteed Sole, Arctic Char, Caviar Tartare, Shellfish Medley and many more.

Jean-Georges

This fine dining restaurant of chef Jean Georges Vongerichten opened in 1997 and has been consistently awarded four stars by New York Times and three stars by Michelin guide. It offers “exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences”. Its great tasting menu lists Meyer Lemon Gelee, Hamachi Sashimi, Japanese Risotto, Crispy Black Bass, Spice Crusted Venison and Orchard Dessert Tasting.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park serves a seasonal tasting menu featuring local ingredients. Each meal has 8-10 courses including communal dishes and individual choices. It offers the same menu for lunch and dinner. Every meal lasts for almost three hours. It has received five stars from Forbes Travel Guide, as well as four stars from New York Times and Three Stars from Michelin.

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Per Se

Per Se is Chef Thomas Keller’s second property which received three Michelin stars. It features a daily nine-course vegetable tasting menu using classic French technique and quality ingredients. It has an award-winning wine list consisting of more than 2,000 bottles complementing the menu. The Chef’s Tasting menu includes Oysters and Pearls, Royal Kaluga Caviar, Hudson Valley Moulard Duck Foie Gras and many others. While the Tasting of Vegetables has Cream of Broccoli Soup, Walnut-crusted Salsify Root, Charcoal-grilled Cauliflower, Carnaroli Risotto Biologico and several others.

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The Smile

The Smile is a cozy, subterranean cafe which opened in 2009. It is a cafe that is rooted in the local community and is a clubhouse of sorts which offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The smile serves Chicken Salad, Black Forest Ham & Gruyere, Peanut Butter & Jelly Cookie, Roasted Carrot and Kale, Maple Bacon Sliders, Manouri Cheese and Fig Jam, Caprese and many others.

Shuko

Shuko offers daily tasting menus based on traditional Japanese flavors and techniques from the kitchen and sushi bar. Chefs Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau’s menu reflect the best fish selections and seasonal ingredients produced locally and internationally. The menu includes Sushi Omakase and Sushi Kaiseki.

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Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern is one of America’s most beloved restaurants. Through the years, guests have enjoyed contemporary American cuisine, warm hospitality, and unparalleled service. The restaurant has two kinds of dining experiences: the Tavern, where you can enjoy an a la carte menu in a casual, walk in setting with a four-course tasting menu for dinner, and the Dining room that has a fixed price and tasting menu with a la carte options during lunch.

Gotham Bar and Grill

Chef Alfred Portale’s New American restaurant called Gotham Bar and Grill, has received its fifth three-star review from New York Times and has been named as one of the most important restaurants in New York City. It has Yellowfin Tuna Tartare, Seafood Salad, Escarole Salad, Grilled Branzino, Miso Marinated Black Cod, Smoked Rainbow Trout Salad, Roasted Heirloom Carrots, Wild Striped Bass Ceviche, Muscovy Duck and Foie Gras Terrine, Niman Ranch Pork Chop, Nova Scotia Halibut, Long Island Duck Breast and several others on its menu.

Ai Fiori

Ai Fiori is the Italian translation of ‘Among the Flowers” features a modern interpretation of Italian Riviera and French cuisine. It menu offers Chef Michael White’s signature hand-made pastas, uses seasonal ingredients and traditional regional dishes inspired by the land and sea. The menu has a la carte, prix-fixe, and tasting menu options which are available during lunch and dinner. The menus include Americano, Classic Benedict, Frittata, Eggs and Caviar, Perigord Black Truffles, Trofie Nero, Spaghetti, Capesante, Bouillabaisse, Paris-Brest, Tar Taletta di Cioccolato and many more.

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Bouley

Bouley is a contemporary French restaurant owned by four-star chef David Bouley. The restaurant was recognised by TripAdvisor as the best restaurant in the United States. It’s menu includes Porcini Flan, New York State Rainbow Trout, Wild Alaskan Salmon, New England Black Sea Bass, Chatham Day Boat Lobster, Blue Kale and Sheep’s Milk Gnocchi, Millefeuille, Vacherin D’ete, Wild Hawaiian Monchong, Fresh Dover Sole, Cranberry-Hibiscus, Organic Long Island Duck, Pennsylvania Chicken “En Cocotte” and many more.

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