Good addresses in New York #11
Hello hello, little buffalo!
September was intense with discoveries which I felt in love with but this time, it’s all going to be about restaurants and coffee shops. No bars, rooftops or home delivery, in September, I was really good. However, I found a few really great places, so get your address book! You want to know where to eat (really really good) in New York? Follow me, c’est par ici!
Piatsa Kalamaki: Nice discovery of the month, it’s a tiny tiny place, more designed for take-away than eat-in, which offers a good greek food. The tzatziki is great and you can also order vegetarian meals. I will be back very soon to try the other mezzes like htipiti or skordalia. Conclusion: Perfect for a quick lunch in the heart of Midtown. (And they also are broadcasting greek radio!)
158 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017
♥ My friend Anna brought me to Rosarito Fish Shack, a beautiful Brooklyn restaurant. We shared a few tasty dishes (salad and guac) but I really felt in love with the Peruvian ceviche! Perfection! In addition, the place and the service is charming, and so is the terrace! Conclusion: A huge yes, I think you got it! This is my first “♥ “this month.
Rosarito Fish Shack
168 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Maison Kayser is so famous in New York, I really wanted to try it, but the menu was not that appealing after all. Too few choice for vegetarian, or for those who wants a light meal. You still can get a salad, but it will be really expensive! My “figue and goat cheese tartine” dish was pretty miserable, without even a salad leave for decoration. Conclusion: Good food, but I could have done better myself, at home, and for way less money! Meh!
Maison Kayser Bryant Park
8 West 40th Street
New York, NY 10018
(and many others in New York)
Da Andrea is a small Italian place in the West Village! Everything was delicious and even if it was not as good as Gradisca, I liked the food and the place (which was a little bit too dark for the pictures, as you can notice!) The service was quite good, the guy actually sang “HB” with us! Conclusion: Try the bolognese and truffle pasta, it’s awesome!
Da Andrea Ristorante
35 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
♥ I was advised to try Souvlaki GR by my fiend Ella, who was visiting from Switzerland and whose food tastes are always worth to be trusted! The place is greek-island-kitch-style but when I went in, it was smelling just like home! The choice is great (they even have “tyrokaftedes” yum!), it’s inexpensive and you will eat delicious food listening to Greek music. The experience could have been perfect, with a better service (as often in The City, they were almost rude!) Conclusion: Outstanding food, I think this is the best Greek food I have ever had away from the country! This is THE one I fell in love with this month!
116 Stanton Street
New York, NY 10002
On my to-do list for months, Hu kitchen is a cafeteria style restaurant that serves healthy food in a beautifully designed place. Vegetarian, vegan, paleo or choices for food lovers, the food was great and inexpensive. When leaving the place, I noticed the take-away section, filled with vegetarian “meat” balls, and a lot of sautéed vegetables! Conclusion: A great place to visit, near Union Square!
78 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10011
We were totally starving (did I already tell you how drama queen I am?) when we decided to try Spitzer’s after reading the menu and looking at the place (release two designer in New York and you will be assured of getting great addresses!) The menu is typical of the current New-York food trend – salads with edamame and spinach, burger, sweet potato fries – but everything is well-seasoned and delicious. Conclusion: Nice address. I will go back to taste the truffle mac and cheese (that smell, it was torture!)
101 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002
♥ After a few unsuccessful attempts to have lunch at Jack’s Wife Freda, I finally got a table, and it was worth waiting! The menu, breakfast-oriented with Mediterranean touches, was appealing and my tartine mozzarella- pesto- eggplant was delicious! Conclusion: it’s the third place I fell in love with this month, a must! (And if you did not try the great waffles, you can just cross the street and have the best cheesecakes in town!)
Jack’s Wife Freda
224 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10012
(and the second one, at 50 Carmine Street)
♥ Bakeri was recommended to me by my friend Anna (who said “again”?), who is definitely worth listening at! I immediately loved the design of the place, so Brooklyn, with its open kitchen and nice pastries. Conclusion: I just had a little breakfast, delicious, I was told the brunch is great as well! A nice address to have in your book, even If it’s just to look at the place!
150 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
I hope this selection full of “I love” pleased you. Don’t hesitate to write down these great restaurants in New York and to give me your addresses, if you want me to try it! If I need to get my hands dirty for
science for the blog, I will do it (even more if we are talking about food!)
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Je note précieusement ! J’ai trop envie d’aller à New York cette année 🙂 Merci pour les bonnes adresses.
Merci de ta visite Hajar! N’hésite pas à consulter mes autres articles bonnes adresses, et à revenir bientôt, je prépare une série d’articles concernant les voyages à New York! A bientôt,
merci pour ces bonnes adresses on doit se rendre a NY prochainement durant les vacances d’hiver probablement on fera un tour dans l’un d’eux
Avec plaisir Samar, j’espère que tu auras trouvé ton bonheur parmi ces adresses… et les autres! Je vous souhaite un excellent séjour, et habillez-vous bien, les hivers sont très, très rudes!
Si un jour je pars à New York, je sais où aller ! Merci pour ces petites adresses 🙂
Avec grand plaisir, Camille!
Pfiouuuu, tu me donnes tellement envie de revenir faire un tour à New York!!
Alors mon but est atteint! 😉 Merci de ta visite et à très bientôt!
Il n’y a plus qu’à aller à NY 🙂
Je confirme, Fanny. “New York is always a good idea”. Merci de ta visite 😉
Bakery Brooklyn a l’air trèèèèès sympa (et tout le reste aussi forcément). Tu crois que ca le fait d’y aller avec les enfants?
Oui je pense pas que ça pose problème. Il y a une grande tablée centrale, et quelques chaises autour du “bar”, et tu peux voir les boulangers s’affairer… je suis sûre que ça plairait aux enfants 😉
ah ben, là, c’est sûr qu’il y a de quoi faire, je note tout ça et j’en profite pour voter pour toi !
Merci pour ton vote, Arwen, et pour ta visite! A très bientôt!
Je rêve d’aller à New York et avec touts tes adresses encore plus! Merci pour les partager!
Avec plaisir Eva, et un grand merci pour ton commentaire!
Très tenté par le Souvlaki 😀 On saura que c’est excellent et qu’il ne faudra pas être trop exigent sur le service ^^
Merci de nous régaler Amy. Au passage, on adore la charte graphique très épurée et très sympa de ton blog.
Merci mille fois Christophe, ce design nous a donné des cheveux blancs (moi au logo, le Cher-et-Tendre à… tout le reste “un peu plus à gauche de 3 mm et avec une couleur un peu moins verte, on peut tu crois” “Comment ça je te saôule??) 😀
MDR j’imagine. Belle équipe bien complémentaire en tout cas 🙂