#1 Margon’s Cuban Restaurant – I couldn’t remember the name of the place… I ate there at least 12 times. I was hired as a consultant in NYC a few years back (2001) for a major bank. Part of my assignment was to visit each user and help troubleshoot computer problems. I can’t remember this analyst’s name on the 15th floor of our building. He was eating a plate (obviously Latin food) with the following essentials: Rice, Beans, a few Riped Plantains (platano maduro), and a side of Pulled Pork. He gave me the address and soon there I was. I went into the restaurant and found the perfect match. An $8 lunch that can feed two people. A triple crown.
#2 Minar Indian Food – They welcome you like family This place is interesting. The restaurant actually sits right next door to my #1 choice Margon’s Cuban. This is by far one of the best Indian food places all around Midtown. The service is excellent. The food is delicious and authentic. Minar setup a courtesy water station we thought was a nice touch. All for under $9 + the cost of Naan. Try the goat curry or the chicken Masala with basmati rice and the naan. comes out fresh out of the oven which is a HUGE plus.
#3 Patzeria Perfect Pizza – Real New York Pizza. Unreal Prices. You could eat this pizza every day. And be able to afford it! This is a quick-food location with excellent service. I highly recommend the Calzones, the Italian Heros, and the thin-sliced pizzas. Although it might appear as another tourist-premium place, the prices are also unbelievable.
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