410 "Serious Take-Out Operation" restaurants in New York.
Gazab should be your go-to on the Lower East Side for a casual weeknight dinner full of delicious Indian dishes.
Veeray De Dhaba, an Indian spot in the East Village, has tiffin lunch specials that are some of the best deals you can find in the neighborhood.
The next time you’re in the mood for some tacos on fluffy tortillas, check out Taqueria Nixtamal in The Market Line on the LES.
Dragon Bing makes Chinese bing at The Market Line on the LES that make for a great casual weeknight dinner or lunch.
Curry King is a small Indian and Pakistani takeout counter on the Upper West Side where you can get a great $10 lunch or dinner.
Yu Kitchen is a casual Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side with fantastic Sichuan specialities.
Leo is one of the best pizza places in Brooklyn, especially if you’re into sourdough pies and natural wine.
Nneji is a Nigerian takeout spot and grocery store in Astoria with great vegetarian options.
This Japanese fish market in the East Village is where you should come for a casual lunch or dinner when you want some chirashi or sushi.
Madhuban is where to find the best naan in Little Bangladesh, with an airy interior and a delicate char on the outside.
Abdullah in Little Bangladesh serves an all-day savory menu of curries, rice dishes, and flatbreads, but sweets are the main attraction here.
Sonia Cafe is quickly becoming the go-to spot for Bangladeshi snacks in Kensington.
Radhuni in Little Bangladesh is the best place in the neighborhood for Bangladeshi seafood dishes.
Ghoroa Sweets and Restaurant is a Bangladeshi spot in Kensington that serves a great version of beef teheri.