Menu

  1. Crab and Fennel Risotto
  2. Fettuccine and Scallops With Wine Sauce
  3. Fettuccine with Mushroom-Clam Sauce
  4. Linguine with Clam Sauce
  5. Linguine with Smoked Salmon in Cream Sauce
  6. Linguini with Shrimp and Pine Nuts
  7. Pasta with Shrimp and Asparagus
  8. Pesto Shrimp Mac & Cheese
  9. Shrimp and Roasted Pepper Pizza
  10. Shrimp with Basil and Fresh Tomatoes
  11. Shrimp and Tomato Pizzettas

Italian seafood cuisine and menu

New York's food culture, influenced by the city's immigrants and large number of dining patrons, is diverse. Eastern European and Italian immigrants have made the city famous for bagels, cheesecake, and New York-style pizza. Some 4,000 mobile food vendors licensed by the city, many immigrant-owned, have made Middle Eastern foods such as falafels and kebabs standbys of contemporary New York street food, although hot dogs and pretzels are still the main street fare. The city is also home to many of the finest haute cuisine restaurants in the United States. New York City's variety of World cuisines is also diverse. Examples could include Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, English, Greek, Moroccan, Chinese, Indian, and Japanese cuisines, as well as the diverse indigenous sort.

New York City has been host to the world’s largest number of great Italian restaurants. Italian pizza was without a question the precursor to the changing Italian cuisine in New York City, but there are other reasons for it. Among these are lasagna, and the ravioli that is one of the familiar fare in virtually all Italian restaurants. There’s the notable vintage Italian wine bars that functions as a welcome option to other costlier establishments. More Italian treats found its way to New York with the trattoria, which came from diverse cities in and around Italy. And for sure, who would ever forget Italian spaghetti? And naturally, the ultimate dining experience is not complete without trying out yet another Italian-born specialty, the extraordinary wines of Napoli.

Italian food provides one of the more distinguishable cuisines, so it is no question why new Italian restaurants keep opening up all over the Manhattan especially in Chelsea . A speedy look of local menus would show that a plethora of nice Italian food from the Italian region and its adjacent places. One would recognize culinary pleasures are as varied as penna alla vodka, lemon fried chicken, chicken marsala, salmon crudi, and other Italian dishes. New York most probably has the largest concentration of Italian restaurants in the United States. A trip to New York will not be perfect without exploring its impressive casas de la pasta scene. So if you are in New York be sure to have a healthy appetite, make room for food and wine tours, and a good food guide.