Covered in Kewpie mayo and fried chickpeas, the steak tartare at the Roebling Tea Room in Brooklyn resembles a really great, deconstructed roast beef sandwich. CHOW.com Contributing Editor Liza de Guia filed the following report.
Past the neon lights of the supersized chain restaurants in Times Square lies Margon, a place not for tourists where a perfectly layered pressed Cuban sandwich has attracted all walks of the working life for the past 25 years.
Johnny's Famous Reef Restaurant, on the far end of City Island in the Bronx, has been attracting travelers to its from-another-era, New England-style fried seafood counters for over 60 years.
Goat is still largely limited to ethnic menus in the city's outer boroughs, but Fatty ‘Cue in Manhattan is giving it an upscale twist. CHOW.com Contributing Editor Pervaiz Shallwani filed the following report.
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