Two Burmese restaurants in New York City cater to the American public. The cuisines attract the American population more so than the Burmese population.
Jekyll & Hyde Restaurant and Bar Off of Times Square, New York City, New York
92 7th Ave. South
New York, NY 10014
Café Ole Restaurant is a family restaurant host and serve by the owners, you can rest assured that our cuisine is of the highest quality, we are well known in New York City for our excellent Spanish cuisine with more than 30 years of experience, we offer dishes representing all regions of Spain, from Paella, Mariscadas, Octopus, and a great variety of Spaniard tapas. We also have a great selection of fine wines that go with any dish.
Our brick concept decoration and ambience will transport you directly to Spain, we carefully take care of any details to make you enjoy your time and company at Café Ole Restaurant.
Cafe Olé Restaurant
38-09 36th Avenue
Long Island City
Tel: 718 349 7777
Fax: 718 937 7298
Americans looking to get a taste of Africa can put their passports away. This week, New York City is hosting a week-long celebration of African cuisine and culture.
Best Cheap Breakfast Lunch Dinner Restaurant Bakery Midtown New York City NYC. It’s ONLY for a hearty meal. You can also find the best Asian bakery and pastries here!
Get a look inside some of New York City’s historic restaurants.
The View is a rotating restaurant at the top of the Marriott Marquis, located at Times Square, New York City.
This program has been supported by Bank BRI New York Agency
Third episode, Java Village Restaurant in New York
Want to know how to make Ayam Kangkung Plecing (Chicken with Water Spinach) ? watch this video.
A Journey to Indonesia Restaurant is our third episode of Indonesian Culinary Promotion Program as a title of A Journey of Indonesian Food in America.
In order of promoting Indonesian Culinary Program in America, Indoas has created a short video documenter about Indonesian restaurants in America. The original title is “MasakanKu, SeleraKU” and has been changed to ” A journey of Indonesian Food in America” according to the concept of the program.
A Journey of Indonesian Food in America (Original title “MASAKANKU SELERAKU”) is story about a journey of a guy who travels across states to find the most wanted Indonesian Food and Restaurants In America.
Watch new episode on every Friday.
Thinking Pinoy finally at Payag Restaurant in New York City that serve Redefined Filipino Cuisine.