Treat your taste buds: Explore Carnegie Hill restaurants
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Carnegie Hill Restaurants
Carnegie Hill Restaurants
La Fonda, which can be found in New York, New York, is a restaurant that prides itself on serving up some of the best Puerto Rican cooking in the city. Located in East Harlem, the restaurant displays art and plays music that combine with the food to make the cultural experience complete for guests. From Puerto Rican stews to pan-fried steaks, there are many specialties at La Fonda you'll want to try.
One of the best ways to start a meal at La Fonda is with one of the signature cod fish salads. That can lead right into a chef specialty like the chillo frito, which is deep-fried red snapper, or the churrasco, which is skirt steak.More
Gong Modern Thai Dining is a charming Thai restaurant in New York City. The inside is decorated with faux brick walls, character-filled artwork, lots of natural light, wooden tables and comfortable seating. The atmosphere in the Gong Modern Thai Dining is laid-back and enjoyable. The restaurant has become a well-known location for functions of all sizes, and it also provides catering to off-site events.
The menu at the Gong Modern Thai Dining is extensive and mouthwatering. Some of the most notable dishes on the menu include grilled flank steak, vegetarian duck, pad woon sen, Thai chili fried rice, peanut braised Indian trait curry and sriracha, sweet chili oyster sauce.More
Pro Thai in New York, New York is the place to go when you're craving Thai food after a day of shopping.
At Pro Thai, lunch is served until 3:45 pm. Then, it closes for an hour break and reopens at 5 pm for dinner. You will not find an extensive menu, but you will find selections like the grilled beef salad, made with marinated sirloin beef (grilled) with a Thai herb sauce, tomato, scallions, cilantro, onions and cucumber. In addition, at Pro Thai, you will find drunken noodles, which you can have served with fish, duck, salmon, chicken or shrimp.More
Effy's Kitchen is all about using whole and quality ingredients to create their tasty and well-rounded dishes. The eatery is a neighborhood favorite and has delivery as well. Effy's Kitchen is open every day from 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. and children are more than welcome.
On the menu at Effy's Kitchen there are breakfast, lunch, and dinner platters. The Challah French toast is a winning choice with berries and whipped cream. The falafel wrap is incredibly flavorful and a fantastic option for vegetarians. Heartier entrees such as chicken schnitzel and meatballs with rice are also offered. Not only are customers pleased with how delicious the restaurant's food is, but they are also very impressed with the generous quantities and low prices.More
East Harlem�s La Galette Caf� crafts exotic and comforting Senegalese and French cuisine in its warm and charming restaurant. For the ideal start to your meal, enjoy the fried crispy pataya pastries stuffed with fish and the nems spring rolls stuffed with beef and shrimp, both of which are served with sweet and spicy dipping sauce. Some of La Galette Caf��s specialty entr�e dishes include the grilled michoui lamb shanks marinated in Senegalese spices, the grilled hanger steak slathered in chimichurri sauce and the maffe lamb stew with carrots and potatoes in peanut sauce cooked until tender. Classic sandwiches, such as the croque monsieur topped with fried egg and the cold vegetarian sandwich piled high with cheese on fresh bread, are both fresh and flavorful.
La Galette Caf� is BYOB, so feel free to bring your favorite bottle in tow.More
In Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Barking Dog serves classic American fare with a hearty dose of comfort in its bright and relaxing eatery. For starters, the pan-seared crab cake with basil scallion dip and the grilled portabello mushroom salad with garlic herb croutons are phenomenal choices. Barking Dog’s most popular entrées include the “mom’s loving” meatloaf with mushroom tarragon gravy, the Colorado shepherd’s pie with beef in red wine sauce and the oven-roasted turkey with sweet potato sage hash, reminiscent of Thanksgiving’s best flavors. Piled-high sandwiches, such as the grilled veggie sandwich with provolone and sundried tomato pesto, the Cajun shrimp po’boy and the roast beef with horseradish mayo are some of the diners’ favorites.
Barking Dog also has a popular weekend brunch service, with such delightful dishes as the country sausage omelet and the challah French toast, making it the place to be.More
For almost 20 years, Isohama Japanese Restaurant has been providing authentic Japanese fare in an intimate and inviting setting to New York City patrons. With traditional appetizers such as miso soup and fresh edamame, Isohama Japanese Restaurant is a warm venue with familiar flavors and wonderful hospitality. Enjoy handmade sushi rolls and special venue items that will keep you coming back for more.
Isohama Japanese Restaurant offers lunch specials that change daily. Look out for beef negimaki, tofu teriyaki, katsu don and much more. You’ll find a combination of authentic and modern flavors that will take your taste buds on an adventure and leave you satisfied and full.More
Ottomanelli New York Grill is a restaurant and butcher shop located in the heart of New York City. This establishment has been a staple part of the city since 1900, during which time it has grown from small corner butcher to full-fledged restaurant. The inside is unique in that as soon as guests walk in they may turn one way to go to the dining room or turn the other way to purchase a rack of lamb or ribeye to cook at home.
For starters, guests should try a cup of Otto's signature steakhouse chili. This Ottomanelli special has won multiple awards for its heat and flavor. The steaks here are top notch, as all the cuts of meat are taking straight from the butcher's right down the hall. Ottomanelli's also has an extensive selection of steak burgers, to go along with its pasta and chicken dinners.More
Table d'Hote is a French-American bistro with a small traditional menu that is delicious enough to please the upscale neighborhood crowd in New York City. The intimate atmosphere in the dining area is warm and inviting, making Table d'Hote the perfect place to enjoy a lovely and truly delectable meal with family, friends and loved ones.
Stop by Table d'Hote for lunch or dinner every day or take advantage of the great prix fixe brunch menu on Sundays. During nicer weather, you can be seated outside by the sidewalk. With crisp, fresh and beautifully plated dishes, everyone will enjoy their time at Table d'Hote.More
Feast on authentic Italian cuisine at Vico. Its contemporary, yet homey setting features clothed tables and photographs on the walls. At Vico, guests can begin their dining experience with smoked tuna carpaccio, fried zucchini or a flavorful tomato salad with dry ricotta. An entrée of breaded veal, linguine with clam sauce or grilled chicken with spinach will satisfy the appetite. It offers beer and wine to pair with meals.
Vico provides outdoor seating for guests to converse while enjoying views of the neighborhood as they dine. It also provides take-out services for individuals wanting to dine at home. Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan near 5th Avenue and Central Park, Vico has reviews in publications like New York Magazine.More
Gina Mexicana, on Madison Avenue in New York City, serves elevated Mexican cuisine crafted with passion in its friendly and relaxing restaurant. The chipotle fried calamari with hot sauce and the made to order guacamole with homemade tortilla chips make ideal starters. Some of Gina Mexicana's specialty entrée dishes include the spicy pork carnitas burrito with rice and beans, the tres quesos melty Corazon quesadillas adoradas with Oaxaca, chihuahua and cheddar cheeses, the sizzling shrimp fajitas and the soft corn enchiladas con beef with salsa roja, all of which are perfectly seasoned and taste even better when accompanied by a homemade lime margarita, frozen or on the rocks.
For a sweet end to your meal at Gina Mexicana, enjoy the chile chocolate soufflé cake with tequila chocolate sauce or the dulce tres leches sponge cake with caramel sauce and fresh mango.More
With its signature hot pink and white décor, Gina La Fornarina is a stylish eatery in Manhattan. Specializing in Italian fare, its menu consists of calzone, gnocchi, veal marsala and gourmet pizza pies. A full-service bar further provides for an array of cocktails, beers and wines to accompany your meal.
Charming, there are special touches throughout Gina La Fornarina such as string lighting, pink votive candles and the Gina mascot featured on its front door. Along with dining, Gina La Fornarina is also a good place to meet up with a friend for a glass of wine and dessert. When weather permits, you can sit outdoors and take advantage of the warm breezes and city sights.More
Café Sabarsky is a fine-dining restaurant located in Manhattan and inside the Neue Galerie, a museum of early 20th century German and Austrian Art. Owned by the famed chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, Café Sabarsky has an interior decorated with artifacts from the period, making it every bit an exhibit in the museum in addition to a restaurant. As one might expect from a restaurant inside a museum celebrating German and Austrian culture, Café Sabarsky serves gorgeous versions of classic cuisine from the region. Diners will find several different renditions of bratwurst, sausage, schnitzel and goulash to try. In addition to the classic sausage-centric dishes, there are also delicious seafood options available, like the chilled smoked trout crêpes with horseradish and créme fraîche.More