29 "Sunset Park" Restaurants in New York.
Bangkok B.A.R. is a Thai spot in Industry City that's great for a quick lunch. Try the curry, and be sure to get some chicken wings.
If you’re looking for some fun vegan food in Industry City, go to Renegades of Sunset.
Japan Village is a food court in Industry City where you’ll find things like sushi, ramen, and karaage.
Ejen is a straightforward, counter-service Korean spot in Industry City. Try it for a quick lunch.
If you’re looking or a sandwich in Industry City and don’t feel like eating a massive mound of meat at Hometown Bar-B-Que, stop by Ends Meat.
Sahadi’s is a Middle Eastern grocery store with a location in Industry. It's a great spot for lunch, and you can get some shopping done there as well.
Yaso Tangbao is a great place for some noodles with braised beef or soup dumplings in Industry City.
Yafa Cafe is a Yemeni coffee shop in Sunset Park where you can hang out, get some work done, and eat a great fried chicken sandwich.
The Roast is a spot in Sunset Park that's perfect for when you need to grab a quick meal or several pounds of roast pork.
Kai Feng Fu Dumpling House is a cash-only spot in Sunset Park with minimal seating and excellent fried dumplings that cost $1.50 per order.
Mama Tere Taverna is a Salvadoran spot in Sunset Park where you can get a great (and very fresh) pupusa stuffed with meat, cheese, or edible flowers.
If you want a fun spot for a group meal in Sunset Park, go to Hot Space. It’s a Szechuan spot specializing in whole fish with various sauces.
Don Pepe Tortas Y Jugos specializes in two things: tortas and juices. Stop by and get a meat-filled sandwich with a green juice on the side.
Western Yunnan Crossing Bridge Noodle is a great spot for a quick bowl of noodles and some pumpkin pancakes in Sunset Park.