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This Hell's Kitchen French bistro has been around a long time, providing consistently good food for reasonable prices. Tout Va Bien is frequently crowded just prior to a performance, but an experienced and friendly staff will see to it that you do not miss your show or rush your meal. Everything is red and white, right down to the checkered tablecloths. Salmon, chateaubriand and the steak au poivre are very popular. Prix fixe is available, and such traditional French desserts as crème brulee are delicious. Check website for details.
This restaurant offers authentic American fare in what is known as the vortex of tourist-friendly entertainment, Times Square. In the true style of diner hangouts, the menu features a little bit of everything from hamburgers and turkey sandwiches to Greek salads and falafel. Most diners really enjoy the homemade ice cream, and there are a number of freshly baked pastries from which to choose. Service is fast, so grab a bite if you are on the run. Another attraction is the singing waitstaff which keeps patrons entertained from start to finish.
Ippudo Westside is an authentic Japanese restaurant. The ambience at the restaurant is lively and friendly, where waiters enthusiastically greet guests in Japanese. The restaurant is popular for their Pork Buns and Ramen and their drinks menu is lined with a variety of beers, wines and Sake. The place is mostly patronised by after work crowd. Reservation is advised.
Located in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, Badshah is an upscale Indian restaurant where guest can explore inventive dishes inspired by Indian street food, and signature classic dishes updated in creative ways. They have a long food menu and serve a variety of items from starters to mains to desserts. The recommended dishes being the famous Indian Gol Goppa, Butter Chicken or Cheese Kofta dish along with Naan. After a hearty meal leave room for delicious desserts like Gulab Jamun or clay-pot Kulfi. On the drinks menu one can enjoy the popular Indian Mango Lassi or other non alcoholic Indian beverages. Beer lovers can enjoy some local or Indian brews like Kingfisher Lager. All dishes have been prepared in traditional style and infused with several flavors and spices from India, giving a feeling of enjoying a meal in the heart of Delhi.
If the idea of vegan sushi does not rock your boat, take this-the vegetable sushi at Beyond Sushi are absolutely delicious. Chef Guy knows how to make the most of his fruit-and-vegetable palette, and more importantly, what to make of it. As if creating Sushi were an art, their sushi rolls come with layer upon layer of surprise. The menu is creative and extensive, to say the least. You can start off with side salads or noodle salads, and then commence on serious sushi business and call for something like Spicy Mang or Green Machine. They serve desserts to conclude the dining.
Starting out as a humble food cart more than a decade ago, The Halal Guys today has become somewhat of a street food icon in the bustling Manhattan metropolis. Originally targeted at night-owls and workers looking for cost-effective food at unearthly hours, the food stall today attracts New Yorkers in droves thanks to their ever-popular chicken and rice with a dash of their spicy sauces. Falafels, pita, gyro and a few other choices complete the limited menu. As the name suggests, all of the food is halal. Though available at limited times during evenings and through nights, The Halal Guys have managed to give the busy intersection of 53rd Street and 6th Avenue, a heavenly aroma and food identity of its own.