Thursday, 4 May 2017

What I ate in New York

It's the 4th of May and i'm enjoying some glorious weather in the West Midlands and I'm reminiscing about the fantastic 5 days/4 nights in the city that never sleeps, the Big Apple and arguably the most known city in the world. This is the first time I visited New York, I had a mental picture of some of the dishes that I wanted to try. New York has so many food delights, it's a real melting pot food wise and huge portions, which was right up my street. When I go on city breaks, I always try to eat in local eateries and avoid the tourist traps. How I see it, is if the locals are dining in an eatery, then it must be good.  I would often ask at delis their recommendations of where to eat. There are numerous street food stands that sell snacks such as pretzels and hotdogs if you fancy a cheap and cheerful snack. I thought it would be fun to share some of the dishes my friend and I ate. As you can see, there was not a single diet in place. 

Here are the dishes that I tried:
Big Nicks: 70W 71st Street.






Pongsri - 244 West 48th Street (Theatre district)  

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Times Square Diner - 807 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10019






Sylvias Harlem Restaurant - 328 MALCOLM X BOULEVARD NEW YORK, NY 10027








Meal in Chinatown:





Il Forno -713 8th avenue, NewYork 10036





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