Almost as versatile as chicken, but with a taste all its own, rabbit withstands braising, frying, even dicing and dousing with a spicy sauce. Herewith, our five favorite rabbit dishes in New York City right now.
In recent years, restaurants have become increasingly accommodating of food allergies, particularly with regard to gluten. Go ahead, New York Celiac disease sufferers — eat your heart out.
The Olde Stone Mill Tavern is a cotton mill that was transformed into a restaurant about a decade ago. CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo takes us to Westchester for a delicious meal at a great price, served at a historic location.
A restaurant consultant got an “A” for effort, but investigators said that he got an “F” for his attempt to pull off an alleged restaurant grading scam.
The NORTH Nordic Food Festival starts in New York City on October 2, but you can get Scandinavian cuisine year-round at the best of the city’s Nordic restaurants—and one retailer—listed here.
A new restaurant in Rockland County is already building up quite the fan base…including those of us here at The Couch. Roost is located in Sparkill, and is offering diners new American fare with a Mediterranean influence — as well as an impressive cocktail menu.
Pork buns put juicy strips of pork between or within steamed buns, then add pickled vegetables and hoisin sauce. The list that follows covers the best pork buns in Manhattan; there are whole other lists to be made about the best bao on offer in Flushing and elsewhere in Queens.
From the well-known movers and shakers to soon-to-be neighborhood gems we’re excited for all of these restaurant openings this fall.
Some call them “chicken tenders,” while others prefer the terms “chicken fingers” or “chicken strips.” Whatever phrase you use, you’ll fall for the varied versions of battered, deep-fried, boneless chicken available at these five restaurants.
We know, we know: why mess with a good thing? And a good plate of french fries is better than a good thing—it’s a great thing. But sometimes you need to go beyond the spud, and throw something else in the fryer.
A perfect serving of soft serve swirls around and around, then finishes with a flourish, the very end touching the almost-but-not-quite pyramid of flavor, an infinite loop of effervescent creaminess. It can be dipped, it can be topped, it demands to be licked.
Ordering pad thai is like ordering the margherita pizza: it offers a good benchmark for a kitchen abilities. The thrilling, filling mix of stir-fried rice noodles, peanuts, egg, and fish sauce is a staple of both Thai street food and NYC restaurants. Here are our picks for the city’s best versions.
While there’s nothing wrong with a wedge of good old-fashioned cherry a la mode or a bit of coconut cream with extra whipped cream, sometimes you want to give your taste buds a zap. Enter these restaurants, all of which offer unique, and yummy, pies.
Done well, fish tacos embody summer. A good one makes you feel the sand in your toes and salty spray in your hair, no matter how far from the beach you might actually be.
Long a staple of the kids menu, mac and cheese in NYC has grown up, thanks to elegant ingredients like gruyere, duck, and lobster. But this comfort food also comes with hot dogs and hamburger, and even plain, for any purists in the audience.