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Best Specialty Foods (pupusas, soup dumplings, rillette, etc) in NYC/Brooklyn??

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Best Specialty Foods (pupusas, soup dumplings, rillette, etc) in NYC/Brooklyn??

mmmmmmpls | Sep 2, 2010 02:05 PM

I'm visiting Manhattan/Brooklyn for 4 short days and looking for some delicious, mind-blowing, must-try foods at restaurants, take-out spots, street food, markets, wherever. We love all foods of all ethnicity and are willing to go out of the way to eat (or drink) something memorable. We would love suggestions for the best ____ or anything strange that we may not have tried before or can only get in NYC. We'll also be making rounds to craft cocktail bars, so suggestions for foods that will soak up the alcohol are always welcome. ;) Here's a list of some foods that we're interested in, but are not limited to:

Best Dumpling (or Soup Dumpling):
Best Chinese Buns:
Best Takoyaki:
Best Curry (any country):
Best Dosa:
Best Pupusa:
Best Arepa:
Best Tamale:
Best Taco:
Best Basque Pintxos:
Best Rillette:
Best Charcuterie:
Best Pie:
Best French Fries:
Best Biscuit Sandwich:
Best Cuban Sandwich:
Best Pulled Pork Anything:
Best Pastrami:
Best Chicken & Waffles:
Best (etc, etc, etc)

Thank you in advance, NYC chowhounds! Sorry for the broad question but I'm looking forward to checking out your suggestions!

- Christina

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