After counting the ballots from New York City foodies, the Single Best Lunch in NYC has been decided. And the winner is… Oxido! Already recognized for their mouthwatering dishes in the New York Post and with a 4 star rating on Yelp, Oxido can now add Single Best Lunch in New York City 2016 to their list of achievements.
Have you ever caught a whiff of bulgogi from a tiger striped food truck cruising the Financial District or parked outside Metrotech in Brooklyn Heights? That’s Korilla BBQ, serving up an eclectic menu of Korean-Mexican fare with flavors as bold as its stripes. We got the scoop on what makes this curbside eatery such a popular lunch destination for kimchi-crazed New Yorkers.
At Fooda, we love lunch, we love numbers, and we love tracking food trends. Through our 10 million meals sold, we’ve uncovered interesting trends about how Americans are lunching through the seasons and across the country.
In New York City, you don’t have to search very far for a variety of ethnic food. But if you’re looking for authentic jerk chicken, tender Oxtail and fried plantains you’ll find that Hibiscus, originally located in Morristown, NJ, is bringing the best Caribbean lunch to New Yorkers through Fooda. We spoke with Hibiscus Manager, Karlene Brandon, and can see firsthand why their mouthwatering dishes won Best Caribbean Lunch in NYC.
There’s a bazillion falafel eateries in New York City, but only one whose namesake is the cornerstone of its recipes. Chickpea takes a healthy approach to traditional Middle Eastern cuisine with fresh menu offerings that are “always baked, never fried.” We caught up with Chickpea’s Catering Director, Thomas Gomes, to get the scoop on their famous falafel and even scored the recipe for their Spinach and Mushroom Falafel.
In a city saturated with Indian food, Kati Roll Company has carved itself a niche with convenient, approachable menu items ideal for the foodie on the go. Kati rolls are Indian food’s answer to the burrito: Think warm, marinated meats, veggies and sauces, wrapped up snug in a flaky piece of partha. We spoke with owner Anil Bathwal to learn more about the Indian street food that has captured the hearts and taste buds of the New York City lunch crowd.
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NYC Foodies have spoken and the category winners for Best Cuisine in New York have been decided. Now it’s time to vote for The Single Best Lunch in NYC in the Best of Fooda New York Awards 2016!
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