New York's 18, 000 restaurants guarantee an almost infinite diversity and choice. They also make settling on a place to eat an extremely challenging prospect. This guide aims to make that process a little simpler. There are 350 reviews covering all budgets and boroughs, from Brooklyn's Indian eateries to the finest French restaurants on the Upper East Side. The only criterion for entry into the book is a thorough recommendation.As for the sushi a it wona#39;t win any design awards, but it is simple, fresh, bountiful, and absurdly cheap. ... And the sake aspara make ($5), consisting of five fried asparagus rolls wrapped in salmon and seaweed, makes a terrific appetizer.
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to New York City Restaurants|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2003|