PbP New York Asian Fusion/Contemporary

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen

    Cuisine: American (New), Asian Fusion/Pan-Asian

    647 9th Ave (between 45th St & 46th St) New York City NY 10036
    (212) 245-8880
    The Ember Room is an expertly designed restaurant with a decor that is very alluring. The wood interior and lighting creates an inviting and intimate ambiance to the restaurant. The complete menu is stellar along with the complementing cocktails. The Grilled Scallops along with unique Crispy Gingered Oyster, Thai Pastrami Meat Balls, and BBQ Berkshire Pork Belly are spectacular. Chef Todd English ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Gramercy/ Flatiron

    Cuisine: Asian Fusion/Pan-Asian

    79 Madison Ave (between 28th St & 29th St) New York City NY 10016
    (212) 696-5700
    Pranna doubles as a sleek and modern restaurant by day and a happening night club by night. The architectural design of the restaurant makes it an elegant, exquisite, and beautiful space. Nothing is better to get your Asian Fusion fix while enjoying it at one of the more hip restaurants in the city.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Delis/Sandwiches, Kosher/Jewish

    232 E 53rd St (between 3rd Ave & 2nd Ave) New York City NY 10012
    (212) 207-3339
    Social Eatz is the type of restaurant New Yorkers bring out-of-towners to experience one of the better restaurants in the entire city. The featured chef at the restaurant, Angelo Sosa (from Top Chef fame), makes the rounds and makes sure all diners are enjoying their meal. The bibimbop and bulgogi burgers are both fantastic. The innovative taco dishes are just as good. For Asian Fusion, the small ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca

    Cuisine: Asian Fusion/Pan-Asian

    311 Church St (between Walker St & Lispenard St) New York City NY 10013
    (212) 431-8750
    The hip yet incredibly friendly and helpful bartenders help get your evening at Macao Trading Co. off right with their popular “Dr. Funk’s” cocktail that is bittersweet syrup goodness. The restaurant is modeled after an authentic European trading outpost the likes of which existed in Macau’s storied history. Once in this restaurant, you’ll find a theme of a pirate shanty that would eventually serv ... read more >

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