203 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in New York.
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.
Sifu Chio is a Cantonese restaurant in Flushing with wontons and lo mein we really like.
Baby Luc’s is a slice shop from the Lucali team in Carroll Gardens where you can have a grown-up pizza party.
Curry Mania is a Japanese curry spot on the Upper West Side that makes excellent katsu sandos.
Kabir’s in Kensington’s Little Bangladesh is a great place to stop for a snack at almost any time of day.
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.
Ghoroa Sweets and Restaurant is a Bangladeshi spot in Kensington that serves a great version of beef teheri.
Frijolitos is a small Mexican spot in West Harlem with great birria tacos and burritos.
Upside Pizza in Soho is a great slice shop that serves a tangy cheese slice made with sourdough.
Native Noodles is a Singaporean spot in Washington Heights that makes great laksa and chili crab.
If you work in Midtown and want better lunch options, get to know Tengri Tagh and their delicious Uyghur noodle and lamb dishes.
Culpepper’s is a casual spot for beach-inspired Caribbean classics in Crown Heights.