If you want to eat lunch in a Vietnamese, Mexican, or Italian restaurant, you have your pick of places in many neighborhoods. But what about cuisines that are less ubiquitous? What if you want a Chilean chacarero (a sandwich of beef and green beans), food from the Korean minority in Uzbek, or a so-called garbage plate like they make them in Rochester, New York?
Here are 10 cuisines for which few restaurants exist in the five boroughs, all worth seeking out for their unique dishes.
Note: Restaurants on this list are arranged geographically, from north to south.Read More