The New York restaurant scene is one that constantly evolving and changing. Each year, new restaurants pop up. The upcoming year is no different. Those who watch the community are pleased at some of the upcoming developments and brand new restaurants. The new restaurants offer a taste of many varied cuisines including French and Israeli. Such new restaurants are expected to please local residents and visitors alike.
Those who love Middle Eastern food should happily greet Miznon. Scheduled for an early February opening, it is the brainchild of Israeli Chef Eyal Shani. Look for the whole roasted cauliflower to enjoy along with his use of other vegetables.
Another place that will greet diners in the new year is Frenchette. This restaurant aims to be a brasserie and will incorporate the use of concepts such as a Japanese charcoal grill. The menu will be a modern and updated version of many French classics. It should also open in February.
Italian food lovers can look forward to the Una Pizza Napoletana. A venture by a chef devoted to creating fabulous pizzas, this is one place that New Yorkers who love fabulous pizza will truly embrace. The place is slated to open in March on the Lower East Side.
For fresh fish with a Japanese take, head for Zauo. This one is an outlet of a popular Japanese chain. Diners can pick from ten kinds of fish and then have them served according to their exact specifications. Those who live in Chelsea should be happy when this one opens up in March.
The Vietnamese special soup known as pho is on the menu at Di An Di when it opens up in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in March. Diners can sample varied kinds of pho made from several different types of broth right here. They can also try many other kinds of Vietnamese specialties that will also be on the menu for those who appreciate authentic Vietnamese food.
Modern Japanese food is also the focus of the menu at Atomix. Diners in Kips Bay can try the tasting menu. Here, the spin is modern Japanese using local seasonal ingredients straight from Japan. Diners are expected to spend time in the restaurant and the adjoining bar when it opens in April.