The Plaza Food Hall is located underneath The Plaza Hotel offering different cuisines, bakeries, crepes and many more. This little gem is what caught my eyes. What I loved most about this place is that it covers different cuisines in one menu, from pizza to sushi. If you are looking for a short stay and good food this is the place. A big space with a sushi bar, pizza station and long tables which means you will be sitting with other guests if you are in a small group. We were seated at the pizza station and enjoyed watching our pizza being made.
The Classic :
I LOVE PIZZA. And no not everyone can make a good Margherita Pizza but Todd English did not disappoint, it impressed me! I asked for hot sauce too.
Lobster Mac’n’Cheese :
I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this dish. Could not help myself but kept on having bites of it from my sister. This was GOOOD.
Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry :
Only thing about this dish is that the portion was too small.
I enjoyed my breakfast at Sarabeth’s though it tends to be crowded. The waiter was very friendly telling us stories about his time at my country and advising us on places to visit in New York. All three meals below were delicious and portions were generous. The location was perfect as it was opposite of Central Park South, a good view of the hustle in New York. I would recommend this place if you are looking for a big breakfast to boost your energy for the day.
DISCLAIMER the pictures were taken by my Dad, it was his first time to take pictures of food so go easy on him!
French Toast :
Extremely fluffy and soft french toast. The best I ever had so far.
Salmon Scramble Egg :
Which was moist and rich in flavor. A good texture and satisfying breakfast.
Buttermilk Pancakes :
One of the must try meal at Sarabeth’s. Fluffy fluffy fluffy.
If you are in New York and want delicious street food, look no further than “The Halal Guys” ! The food is made to order in front you. Appropriate at any time of the day whether you are looking for a quick bite between shopping or at the end of the day. It is superior in quality when comparing it to other street food. Obviously no seats available but there is just something about standing in line and eating it right there.
I would definitely recommend you having “The Halal Guys” even if you do not eat street food. The consistency and quality of both the service and food is great. Though most of the time there is a waiting line. A fulfilling $6 meal.