335 "Quick Eats" restaurants in New York.
Mom’s Momo is a Tibetan food truck with locations in Jackson Heights and Sunnyside, and it’s a great place to eat beef momos covered in hot sauce.
Ling’s is an iconic food cart on Canal Street in Chinatown that’s been making spherical dough puffs since 1982.
If you often spend daylight hours near Trinity Church in FiDi, Indian King Biryani House should be your north star for lunch.
Makina Cafe is a great Ethiopian food truck with locations in Fort Greene Park, Rockefeller Center, and Long Island City.
Don’t think of this as just another Greek gyro truck, King Souvlaki in Astoria is a serious institution.
Point Brazil is a buffet in Astoria that offers specialty meals on the first Saturday of every month that you should go out of your way for.
Aroma is a Brazilian buffet in Jackson Heights with a great BBQ station in the back.
New York Pão de Queijo is a small all-day Brazilian spot in Astoria where you should order a burger on the outdoor patio.
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.