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Around the World with New York Pork Chop Lovers

Esperanto, the pan-Latin place in the East Village, grills a nice pork chop and serves it with chayote and pineapple salsa. READ MORE

Soup Dumplings and More in Flushing’s Chinatown

Nan Shan Xiao Long Bao, leading from strength, touts its soup dumplings right in its name. READ MORE

Coffee Break: Aroma Wafts into Soho, and Other News

The Israeli coffee chain Aroma has planted its flag in Soho, and early reports from its first U.S. location are encouraging. READ MORE

The Farm on Adderley: Field to Table in Ditmas Park

Locally raised food, simply and skillfully prepared, is winning early raves at the Farm on Adderley. READ MORE

Chatham Square: Cantonese Newcomer in New York Chinatown

Chinatown’s Chatham Square Restaurant appears to be off to a strong start. READ MORE

J’S Beef in Linden, NJ

J’s Beef assembles and serves an authentic Chicago hot dog: a garlicky beef frank, steamed and tucked into a seeded bun, then finished off with chopped onion, very green relish, sport peppers, dill pickle, yellow mustard, and celery salt. READ MORE

Superior Scones, from Soho to the Upper West Side

Alice’s Tea Cup has some of the best scones in town. READ MORE

In New York, Store-Bought Paratha That Cures All Ills

Here’s a cure for the jaded palate: surprisingly fresh-tasting handmade parathas, packaged by Corona’s Delicious Foods. READ MORE

Sobakoh, Japanese Noodle Contender in the East Village

The newest name to come up in the “best soba in town” conversation is SobaKoh. READ MORE

Think Outside the Bubble: Pearl Tea Discovery at Taco Bell

Near Flushing’s Chinatown, there’s a Taco Bell/Pizza Hut outlet where you find tapioca tea drinks. READ MORE