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International Restaurants in NYC to Try Now

November 21st, 2018 | The Flavors of New York

As a multicultural and ever-changing city, New York’s restaurant scene is never static. If you’re looking to reserve a table at a different place, we have some recommendations. This time, we focused on international cuisine and exciting dining experiences. Scroll down and pick your favorite.


Address: 104 E 30th Street, New York, NY 10016
Cuisine: Korean
What makes it stand out: A multi-course tasting menu that highlights new Korean cuisine and combines traditional cooking techniques. It’s located in a townhouse with communal seating for only 14 guests, so reservations are required. If you prefer just to show up for a few drinks, go to the Atomix bar serving cocktails with Korean flavors.


Address: Downstairs, 529-1/2 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014
Cuisine: Chinese  
What makes it stand out: This tiny restaurant specializes in a prix-fixe menu of Peking Duck. The dishes are accompanied by traditional paper-thin pancakes, noodles and salad. The food layout is beautiful, bordering on artistic, and the flavors are truly spectacular.

Nusr-Et New York

Address: 60 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019
Cuisine: Turkish Steakhouse
What makes it stand out: Although a branch from the famous Turkey-based restaurant, Nurst-Et is a steakhouse with a boutique concept. It serves burgers, meatballs, barbecued Turkish sausage, lamb, beef and so many more options for meat lovers.


Address: 108 E 4th Street, New York, NY 10003
Cuisine: Korean
What makes it stand out: Korean food really is blooming in New York. At Soogil, you’ll be treated to a prix-fixe Chef’s Tasting Menu with an interesting twist... French influence! Take the Nurungji Gras, for example. It’s sauteed foie gras, crispy rice, spinach and mushroom soy sauce. You’ve to try it.


Address: 28 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10005
Cuisine: French
What makes it stand out: You may think that the stunning views of the East River and Brooklyn Bridge are the highlight of this restaurant. But the food is simply elegant, delectable and soulful. A fine-dining experience that is always served with hospitality.

If you want more tips, what about splurging on one of the best and most elegant restaurants in New York.