605 "Lunch" restaurants in New York.
This takeout-only restaurant in Brooklyn’s Dekalb Market Hall is the only place we’ve been to where plantains shapeshift from dish to dish.
This Japanese fish market in the East Village is where you should come for a casual lunch or dinner when you want some chirashi or sushi.
Kabir’s in Kensington’s Little Bangladesh is a great place to stop for a snack at almost any time of day.
Madhuban is where to find the best naan in Little Bangladesh, with an airy interior and a delicate char on the outside.
Abdullah in Little Bangladesh serves an all-day savory menu of curries, rice dishes, and flatbreads, but sweets are the main attraction here.
Sonia Cafe is quickly becoming the go-to spot for Bangladeshi snacks in Kensington.
Radhuni in Little Bangladesh is the best place in the neighborhood for Bangladeshi seafood dishes.
Ghoroa Sweets and Restaurant is a Bangladeshi spot in Kensington that serves a great version of beef teheri.
Harana Market is an incredible Asian grocery store and Filipino deli about ten minutes outside of Woodstock, NY.
Salsa Pizzeria makes some truly excellent Neapolitan pies out of a tiny space in residential Greenpoint.
Caravan Uyghur Cuisine in a great Uyghur spot in FiDi that's perfect for lunch or takeout.
Tarim Uyghur Food is a food stall inside Flushing's New World Mall with especially good kebabs.
Mofongo del Valle is one of the best spots for Dominican food in West Harlem.
Downtown Bakery serves our favorite breakfast burritos in the East Village, as well as all-day Pueblan specials that are perfect for a quick lunch.