Author: Julian Macleod
Arriving to New York, many people usually don’t know the foods to try, they tend to try any out of endless options. Alongside other marvels in New York, the food there is one of the exceptional offers of the iconic city.
Here are top eight foods to eat in the city:
Pizza: New York City is home to some of the best Pizzeria’s in the world. Great pizza spots fill the city, but places like Motorino Pizza serves the best. New York pizza is not what you want to miss, as it is more exceptional than what you would eat anywhere else in the world.
Bagels and Lox: Eat a New York Bagel and you would consider yourself blessed. It’s a long rise yeast bread with a ring shape. Bagels are boiled before baked thereby creating a shiny exterior that yields a doughy center. New York has its own wonderful unique taste making it the home of some of the finest bagels.
Ramen: Ramen is becoming the number one trendy food to eat in the city, as it has become the city’s latest obsession. Expect to see ramen shops in all streets of the city.
Eggs Benedict: This is a traditional American dish popularized in New York; it consists of two halves of an English muffin each of which is topped with a Canadian bacon, ham, a poached egg and hollandaise sauce. It’s a memorable try.
Pastrami on Rye: It’s a meat product brined, smoked, and seasoned with garlic and loads of black pepper. It is enjoyed with a side of classic dill pickles for a perfect lunch. This food is worthy of your culinary bucket list.
Burgers with Sandwiches: This is a combination that mystifies - until you take a bite. This taste will definitely change your perspective on life in New York.
Barbeque: New York City serves great barbeque. This food is beautiful in its simplicity, and you sure would dare for more and daily, if you try it out.
Hotdogs: Hotdogs are as ubiquitous to New York as yellow taxis. It is traditionally made of Ground pork, beef, or both flavored with garlic, mustard, and nutmeg before being encased cured smoked and cooked.
Getting to other countries, you will surely find the foods differently served by their restaurants, so there is nothing like eating them in New York