i actually really like the filet as boring as that is, its as soft as ive had but u cant beat the strip in my opinion love the goose fat potatoes and u cannot miss the choc layer cake ive had it all there and never disapoints love the clams app too
I would def. not waste your time wiht Les Halles, while decent, def. not worth your time if you want to try all NY has. Luger is great; Strip house cant be missed For pizza: Gotham pizza, 77th and york, totonnos in Coney island hotdogs- papaya king if you want NY but the best are in NJ Bagels- trust me...fort lee, nj, just over the GWB (george washington bridge) a beautiful walk, lemoine ave., goldbergs bagels- FLAGELS, a flat bagel, u wont find better! As far a chinese- NY style chinese- Susi's on bleeker btw. thompson and sullivan is good and has been around forever korean- while la has great korean food having lived there, there is a large difference between west coast and east coast korean id def check out Flushing queens, Fort lee, Nj or Pal Park, Nj if you are a big korean fan for the closest thing to Seoul u will find have fun!
Im from NYC but lived in LA/southern cali for 2 years and can't get the amazing mexican food out of my head. Im not talking about Rosa mexicana style, frufru mexican. Im talking about free chips and salsa when you sit down, burritos, real tacos, tamales, mojarra fritta, handmade flour tortillas, you name it....for reasonable prices.