10 Best New York Restaurants 2015
If you are living in New York or going to visit soon, these are 10 best restaurants you should visit and taste and see best chefs dishes
According to tripadvisor’s rating here are the 10 best restaurants of New york for 2015.
In this busy city there are thousands of restaurants from a variety of styles and categories and it’s not obviese to be at the top 10 and stand out above the rest.. So, next time you’re visiting NYC try to book a table and enjoy at one of these popular restaunts in the list.
1. Daniel – French restaurant, located at Upper East Side, 60 E. 65th St. NY
People who visited Daniel restaurant claims it’s an excellent french restaurant with great personal service and lovely rooms, some almost private. The stuff is professional and knows the menu perfect.
2. Bouley – French restaurant, located at Tribeca, 163 Duane Street NY
Restaurant open the doors Monday to Saturday 11:30 until 22:45.
This wondeful place is perfect for business lunch, romantic dinner and special events.
Service is superb and ach serving exceptional gastronomic experience, a celebration to the palate.
3. Club A Steakhouse – Midtown, 240 E 58th Street NY
An upscale restaurant with a very pleasant service and of course great food. A high level of meat. Very courteous service and luxurious. Nice dish of nice salmon, great steaks with delicious and high quality extras. Not cheap, but defenitely worth it.
4. Juni – International restauranr, Midtown, 12 E 31st St NY
Shaun Hergatt is the talented chef and partner of Juni retaurant, who serves a lunch tasting menu inspired by nature and plays out through the five senses as written at thier website. You can find lexury lunch a dinner services for a any occasion. Of course is highly recommended to reserve a table ahead because Juni is a boutique restaurant with only 42 seats.
5. Lincoln Square Steak – Sea Food and Steaks, Upper West Side, 208 W 70th Street NY
This classic steakhouse restaurant is well designed by kind of nostalgicstyle decor which reflects of the 1960s years.
If you are looking for a great service of nice cut and beatiful steaks or special sea food menu you should viit this restaurant. Part of Lincoln’s is a big private room with 140 seats that can service any kind of event. Deliveries also available with Grub Hub.
6. Damore Winebar & Ristorante – Italian restaurant, 118 east 116 street NY
Owner Raffaele D’Amore opened his winebar in the east Harlem only two years ago, November 2013 and he’s already slipped to NY 10 best restaurant. In the restaurant you can find great experiences of Italian cuisine and service. Damor offers a variety of great wines from the old and new world paired aside to an authentic great Italian cusine. come and get the Italian atmosphere.
7. Bemelmans Bar – Upper West Side, 35 East 76th St NY
Located at the Rosewood hotel it’s a great bar for the late night hours that serves drinks and cocktails aside to lunch and dinner cusines. At night there are jazz events shows you can enjoy and have special dishes from the night menu like Six East Coast Oysters, the special Bemelmans Mini Burgers, Caspian Sea Caviar and more.
8. Le Bernardin – French restaurant, Midtown, 155 W 51st St NY
Started originaly from Paris back in 1972 serving fish dishes, only four years later the restaurant got its first michelin star and by 1980 two more stars! The partners decided to spread the word and opened another restaurant in New York by 1986. Here’s a taste of dishes you can find,
Smoked Organic Scottish Salmon with Traditional Garnish
Warm Lobster and Truffle “en Brioche”
Peruvian Style Scallop Ceviche
9. Rafele – Italian restaurant, West Village, 29 7th Ave. South NY
This restaurant is an Italian “corner” in New York city. Great for any event with family and children, nice Italian menu with specials like Pan seared veal and beef meatballs, Lightly fried cheese rice balls, spcial pasta and home made pizza and Fresh homemade spaghetti with tomato sauce.
10. Per Se – French, Midtown, 10 Columbus Circle, Time Warner Building NY
Perse restaurants opened doors back in 2004 and it has an intimate restaurant. There is something special in eating great high quality food and looking out to a spectacular views of Central Park and Columbus Circle. The food is even better like this and in Perse it happens.