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Fast 10: Ten New Restaurants to try in NYC Right Now
January 23, 2022, 12:50.25 pm ET



Chai has opened on Resturant Row highlighting the flavors of Beijing with Dim Sum, Crispy Hairtail Fish, Hutong Pork Stew and more. 353W 46th Street, NYC

Dept of Culture in Bed-Stuy is offering a taste of Nigeria with dishes like Octopus Suya and Jollof rice. 327 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn

Koko’s has opened in East Williamsburg with a mix of Peruvian Nikkei cuisine and Japanese flavors. 588 Grand St, Brooklyn

Kappo Sono is an intimate 8-seat Keiseki counter at BFF serving a 9-course meal by Chef Chikara Sono. 177 Ludlow St, NYC

Seamore’s, known for its sustainable seafood, now has an UES location. Look for crispy fish tacos, lobster mac + cheese, daily catch and more. 1278 3rd Ave, NYC

Felice Montague has arrived in Brooklyn Heights bringing with it the flavors of the Tuscan countryside. 84 Montague Street, Brooklyn

Oh K-Dog is bringing its popular Korean-style hot dogs and Egg Toast to Queens with a new spot in Forest Hills. 71-59 Austin Street, Queens

Mala House is bringing Szechuan cuisine to Flatiron with modern interpretations of classic dishes. 22 E 21st St, NYC

Sei Less is an upscale Chinese spot. Think Peking Duck spring rolls, Shanghai Spare Ribs, Colossal Lobster for two and more. 156 West 38th St

Bianco Latte is bringing Venetian Pastries to Williamsburg with pistachio croissants, pecan cinnamon brioche, among others. 109 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn

January 23, 2022 Edition