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Eye-Opening Pastas at El Chivito d’Oro

At South American restaurants where beef is king, the pastas can be swoon-worthy too. READ MORE

Splendors of the Sea at Nanase (A Westchester Sushi Update)

Nanase in White Plains has quickly become a high-end favorite for Westchester sushi hounds. READ MORE

Superior Macaroons at Trois Crepes on the Upper East Side

This tiny patisserie and café also serves quiches, crêpes, sandwiches, soups, and croissants, tarts, and other pastries. READ MORE

Fresh Korean Discoveries from Northern New Jersey

New York hounddom’s toughest grader of Korean chow lists some current favorites, most of them clustered on the bustling Broad Avenue strip in Palisades Park. READ MORE

Grand Central Breakfast Find at Cipriani Le Specialità

The breakfast-lunch-takeout outpost of the tony Cipriani empire makes outstanding oatmeal. READ MORE

Hearty Latin Lunch at Red Hook’s 327 V-B

In the old industrial Brooklyn neighborhood, this is a place where workers can still grab a satisfying cheap lunch. READ MORE

Promising New Southern Indian in Curry Hill

The owner of Chennai Garden branches out with Tiffin Wallah. READ MORE

Homey Mexican at El Palenque, and Other Latin Bites in Sunset Park

El Palenque’s eyebrow-raisingly good southern Mexican chow; delicious Ecuadoran food at El Tesoro. READ MORE

From Fowl to Fish at Tebaya

The Japanese chicken-wing joint in Chelsea now also serves delicious grilled eel. READ MORE

Hearty Chow from Poland and Beyond at Krolewskie Jadlo

Chef-owner Krzysztof Drzewiecki embraces dishes from neighboring countries; elsewhere in central Queens, Bona remains a favorite for consistent, fairly priced Polish food and beer. READ MORE