This week we would like to tell you a little bit about New York restaurant scene, and as this is the Big Apple how could it not be but inundated with an endless number of restaurants with a vast and unrivalled offer of food, reflecting the melting pot of cultures that characterises life of the city that never sleeps. In New York, you will find restaurants offering combinations varying from American, Japanese, Italian, English, and Spanish food, whatever you want and more, varying in prices and quality fitting for the diversity of this city.
If you would like to try a variety of Italian style Mediterranean food with a delicious combination of flavours in a warm and modern environment, then head down to the Butter Restaurant. Situated in Lower Manhattan, this restaurant has various areas to meet your every needs, with a wide range of excellent quality wines that perfectly accompany an excellent quality meal. Their birch wood room is a unique area, and you will be delighted with their wines, and cocktails, and with the music from the most original DJs in the city at the weekend. If what you’re looking for is a more formal environment where you can try a delicious and full-packed menu of flavours, the Butter Restaurant has a spacious and arched dining room with nature-inspired décor, where branches, leaves, warm colours, and unique materials come together in an exquisite combination that will make this culinary experience a unique one.
If what you would like to do is try authentic Mexican cooking in an authentic American setting, such as the typical café on the corner, with stools running along the bar and a view of the street, then head down to the ´The Corner`. Also situated on Lafayette Street in Lower Manhattan, you will be in store for a few surprises given that as soon as you step into this restaurant you will be immersed in the café/restaurant scene typical of American films apart from the fact that the menu predominantly comprises Mexican food, with tacos, avocado based dishes, quesadillos, and a large and varied menu of other Mexican food. However, not only can you enjoy the typical American diner atmosphere, but you can descend to the basement where you will all of a sudden be immersed in a more industrial but welcoming environment, where you can try excellent wines from all over the world and tequila in all the varieties you can imagine. Truly a unique restaurant with an authentic menu influenced by their southern neighbours.
Like all good cosmopolitan cities, it would be a crime not to mention what is considered by new yorkers the best Japanese restaurant in town. The Bond St Sushi, situated in the heart of Manhattan in well known Soho, offers a modern combination of Japanese food in a minimalist environment with European and Asiatic influences and excellent service. A fresh, innovative and original menu is on offer where diners can try their famous oysters smoked in walnut wood, miso marinated pork, or their excellent variety and types of sushi. Their magnificent cocktails are also famous made with original and unusual ingredients such as cherries, perilla, Shisito peppers, sweetened alga, and ginger, amongst many other ingredients, mixed with many creative drinks such as whiskey and Yamasaki, and toasted sesame seed rum in what appears to be reinventions of traditional cocktails. The BondSt Sushi offers you a creative, original and quality combination of the best culinary traditions of the American, European and Asian continents.
Claudia – Marketing Team