New York is not just a place with lights and skyscrapers. It’s the financial district, the cultural capital of the world, the home of the world trade, commerce, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education and entertainment. It is also the home of United Nations headquarters. New York is an important center of International Diplomacy. The City being one of the world’s largest natural harbors consists of five boroughs The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island, each comprising a state in the country.
New York, being the home of culture and entertainment has so many great places to dine in. Being linguistically the most diverse city in the world, there are more than 800 different languages being spoken in the city, which is an incredible statistic. This makes the culture richer than ever and definitely has a significant impact on the eating and serving habits and traditions of the people there. The various ethnic groups in the New York City, almost all, very well represent their cuisines, both within and outside of the various ethnic neighborhoods. There are Asian, Chinese, Italian, English, Russian, Canadian, Ethiopian, Lebanese, Moroccan, and lots and lots of other type of foods available in the New York restaurants.
The regular New York Restaurants comprise of diners, pizza places, burger joints, hot dogs, fast food restaurants like McDonald's, Jewish delicatessens like Katz's and the Carnegie Deli etc. The most recently reviewed and blogged New York restaurants have been categorized as Fine dining, high priced, moderately priced and cheap eats.
The New Yorkers normally seem to favor Italian food above all which is the reason why tons and tons of Italian restaurants can be found busy serving their traditional food all around the city. Moreover, among the New York restaurants, there are some of the world’s best Chinese food restaurants, besides there are some other U.S. Japanese restaurants serving possibly the Best Chinese food ever, especially sushi bars are all the rage now, and it seems like there's one on every block.
Other than the above the New York restaurants include, as an important integral part, lots and lots of Thai restaurants and a place called Little Korea has lots of great Korean places. The neighborhood of Murray Hill also called Curry Hill is filled with Indian restaurant after Indian restaurant.
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Despite of having a food Culture rich in itself i.e. a blend of some of the world’s supreme food cultures, what New York restaurants lack is good barbeque and good Mexican food. People around the city are usually of the view that they would very seldom have a chance or at times even no chance to have truly delicious Mexican meal in this town. Most of the people assume that there is only one barbeque restaurant in New York City that is supposed to be any good among the New York City restaurants. Actually it’s the Fodor’s Choice that identifies the best dining experiences across all prices and cuisines among the identified 4968 New York City restaurants.