Comfort Inn Times Square South Area
305 West 39th Street
New York, NY 10018
Phone: (212) 268-3040
Fax: (212) 268-3437
It is the varied colors of the vegetables and meats at Pick-a-Pita and not the unimpressive decor that make it colorful. This little blue and white restaurant has grown in popularity, despite its simple interiors and hard to find location. This is the place to come for tasty and affordable Middle Eastern food. Pig out on the popular Chicken Shawarma or some Mediterranean Hummus. Favorites include the falafels and the filling Vegetable Soup. Next time you are in the mood for some wholesome Middle Eastern food and want to go easy on your wallet, just drop in here or call for a home delivery.
Wok to Walk serves healthy Asian-fusion food in a clean ambiance. This is how it works here: you choose your base, then you choose your favorites from chicken, tofu, bacon, shrimp, etc, then you move on to select your toppings and finally the sauce. The place has a limited seating area, hence you can always take-out your order and eat it in the comforts of your home or your work place. The food is so good at Wok to Walk that you just won't be able to resist yourself from frequenting this restaurant.
The Hell's Kitchen chapter of the original 9th Avenue-eatery, Tabata Noodle Restaurant 2 offers a delicious Japanese menu dedicated to ramen. Signature and classic dishes such as tonkotsu, sutamina, pork gyoza, to name a few are quite popular here as well. The prices and ambiance mirrors the original restaurant - the focus is on family-style, relaxed meals. To complement the delicious, authentic Asian meals, there's a small but good selection of sake and Japanese beers.
If you're looking for sushi, head somewhere else, but if you're craving for other Japanese delights, head to one of the Go! Go! Curry! restaurants. Their Midtown outlet, located on 38th Street, offers a range of delicious Asian dishes which are a product of authentic recipes with a contemporary twist and top-quality ingredients. Best known for their curries (that are said to be slow-cooked using 55 steps), the eatery offers pocket-friendly, scrupmtious dishes like pork katsu curry, rakkyo and the hero on the menu, Grand Slam. Drop in for a quick Jap fix!
A home-like atmosphere, wholesome food and casual ambience are what greets one at the Casa Nonna. Feast on traditional Italian dishes, pastas and salads. Try the truffle pizza that contains black truffles sliced over cheese. It is a memorable experience with the distinct aroma of truffles slathered with truffle oil and cheese. Though slightly expensive, this pizza is the stuff of memories! The service is accompanied by a smile and the restaurant is forever welcoming to one and all.
Inakaya is a Japanese restaurant in Central Manhattan which boasts a Robata grill which is a traditional Japanese grill. The food is delicious to say the least. It is served amid theatrics with the staff and the diners clapping and chanting between the meal. Everyone is in high spirits with a pleasant staff attending to all the needs. The ambience is a bit loud, great for a friends' evening out. The highlight of the menu is the sushi which is perfectly cooked and extremely memorable. The prix-fixe tasting meal holds good value for money.
A landmark near Times Square, Schnippers Quality Kitchen has been a favorite among tourists and locals alike for many years now. Serving unapologetic, calorie-laden American fare, this restaurant is great for a meal with family or friends. Their menu consists of burgers such as the bacon cheeseburger and blue cheese burger, in addition to sandwiches such as the grilled four cheese and Sloppy Dogs. Finish your meal off with one of their handcrafted milkshakes that come in several delicious flavors.
Irrespective of the season, irrespective of your mood; Dunkin' Donuts has something that will keep you smiling. This location of America's favorite donut shop is clean, spacious and welcomes shoppers and tourists with a sweet tooth. The deep fried, glazed goodness, garnished with adorable toppings are liked by elders and kids alike. Complement your donuts with colas, cold coffees or a hot beverage and you will be in sweet heaven.
Not so new to the clubbing scene, opened in 2005, Stitch, is still a popular place to hang out with buddies after a tiring day at work. Snack on a variety of food like the scrumptious Mini Duck Spring Rolls or the succulent Coconut Chicken Tenders. You could alternatively enjoy a fulfilling tasty Chicken Breast Sandwich or order the huge special platter like the Chicken & Cashew Spring Rolls. A concoction of cocktails and drinks are on offer too. The ambiance is perfect, whichever space you choose, on the two floors that are on offer. Stitch includes two bars, one of which is wonderful balcony bar and a private party space. Located in the famed Garment district, this venue host a variety of events like performances by 311 & State Radio, Brian Setzer and special themed nights for Halloween, Christmas and the like. Check the website for further event details and rental information.
Modeled on a typical English gastropub, the Houndstooth Pub has gained favor as an after-work drink location for the folk who live and work in the area around Hell's Kitchen and the Fashion District. The pub has three main lounging areas, all equipped with full bars that toss up a wide range of spirits and beers. Houndstooth serves traditional English pub grub, and its menu includes British staples like shepherd's pie and fish and chips, as well as a variety of salads, burgers and sandwiches. It also has a bar menu that features popular finger foods like popcorn shrimp and fried calamariperfect accompaniments to an after-work tipple.
This cozy restaurant offers an eclectic Asian fare - with a preference for street and comfort food variants in Japanese cuisine. Featuring a retro-styled mirrored wall that helps create a larger perception of an otherwise hole-in-the-wall-esque eatery, Tabata Noodle promotes a casual ambiance that's perfect for relaxed meals. The menu focuses on diverse kinds of ramen that are made using finest local ingredients and time-tested family recipes. Dishes such as fried octopus, shumai, sutamina ramen are quite delicious and enough to keep you coming back for more at this right-priced corner of a restaruant.
Reserve your table and be prepared to wine and dine with delicate preparations peppered with hints of the Italian region of Puglia. The crowd is surprisingly warm for the neighborhood, and the staff make dining here a pleasure. The 'pollo assut' and 'trippa dell'oste' are large-portioned and refreshingly different. Tiramisu and other desserts don't fail to satisfy either. Takeout and delivery options are available though they can't match the experience of dining at IL Punto.