NYC Gastronomique part 1

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BALTHAZAR- 80 Spring Street, NY 10012, (212) 965 1414, www.balthazarnyc.com

Brasserie downtown- perfect spot for breakfasts and lunches

OMEN- 113 Thompson Place, (212) 925 8923

Authentic Japanese in the heart of Soho

LUPA- 170 Thompson Street, (212) 982 5089,  www.luparestaurant.com

Roman Trattoria in Soho with delicious Italian soul food

MILOS -25 West 55 Street, (212) 245 7400 http://www.milos.ca/en/newyork/index.html

Delicious Greek food

SANT AMBROEUS- 259 West 4th Street, (212) 604-9254

Really good Italian food. My local kitchen.

AMARANTH- 21 E 62nd St , (212) 980-6700, www.amaranthrestaurant.com

Uptown cosy spot for Italian and French cuisine

GRAMERCY TAVERN- 42 East 20th Street, (212) 477-0777, www.gramercytavern.com

NY institution. Seasonal American food.

PER SE- 10 Columbus Circle, (212) 823-9335, www.perseny.com

If you are in the mood for some fine dinning you should go here.

ELLIO’S- 1621 Second Avenue, (212) 772-2242

Great old school Italian uptown vibe

DOMA CAFE-17 Perry Street, (212) 929-4339

Used to live right around the corner from here. Great for lazy mornings. Superb breakfasts.

LA BONBONNIERE DINER, 28 8th Avenue, (212) 741-9266

I am a self confessed  fan of diners. This one is really good- if you are in the mood for heavy duty diner food. Bring on the milkshakes, maple syrup pancakes and crispy bacon!

INOTECA-323 Third Avenue, (212) 683 3035

Tuscan food and great choice of Italian wines on the Lower East side

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