331 "Quick Eats" restaurants in New York.
When you're looking for a sandwich in the East Village, you can't do much better than a bánh mì from Banh Mi Zon.
The Awkward Scone moved to Bed-Stuy and got a new name. Ursula makes the best breakfast burritos in Brooklyn. Get a side of chile.
Ollie’s has Gushers, Cheetos, and ice cream for dogs. More importantly, this Bushwick spot also has some very good ice cream for humans.
The Whole Bowl is a counter-service spot in Williamsburg that serves vegetarian rice bowls.
Foxface is a window in the East Village where you can pick up great, pressed sandwiches.
There’s only one thing at the menu at Eim Khao Mun Kai: a Thai version of Hainanese chicken. It comes with a side of broth, and it’s very good.
Little House Cafe is a little bakery in Elmhurst that also has an extensive menu with some very good Malaysian food.
Khao Nom is a counter-service spot in Elmhurst, and it’s a great place to sit down, eat some quick khao moo dang, and grab a few desserts to-go.
Summer is a Vietnamese counter-service spot that makes the best banh mi in Elmhurst.
Patacon Pisao is a counter-service Venezuelan spot in Elmhurst that has a few locations around NYC.
Saraling Atin is a Filipino grocery store in Elmhurst with a cafeteria-style counter of meaty stews and pancit noodles in the back.
Carniceria Colombia Inc. is a Colombian butcher counter in Elmhurst that also makes sopa and arepas.
La Esquina Del Camarón Mexicano is a tiny, cash-only spot in the back of a bodega, and it’s a wonderful place to eat a cup of shrimp and octopus.
The original location of Taco Mix in East Harlem makes the best al pastor tacos in NYC.