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Old Today, 08:39 PM
 
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I agree.
In no particular order...........

Pizza,bagels with cream cheese,butter and jellied roll, Coffee and a donuts,
Chicken over rice, Ham,Egg and cheese on a roll, hot dogs,burger deluxe,
scrambled eggs and (potatoes or fries) with gravy,meatball heroes,chicken
cutlet heroes,cold cut heroes,sandwiches, chips,soups and sodas.
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Old Today, 09:05 PM
 
Location: New York City
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you mean lamb over rice
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Old Today, 09:09 PM
 
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There is so much variety, but these are some things are a big part of 2019 New York cuisine:

Japanese (ramen, sushi, etc.)
Thai
Chinese (both Americanized and regional Chinese)
Indian
Jamaican
French
Italian (including pizza but a greater variety than just simple dollar slices)
Mexican
New American
Asian fusion
and many more

Really depends on your neighborhood of course, but generally you have a greater selection than that drawing

All of these are more exciting/important to me than corner store food
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Old Today, 09:17 PM
 
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No heck no, NYCers have a more sophisticated palate than that. Thats almost like an English palate in your image.
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Old Today, 09:31 PM
 
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No heck no, NYCers have a more sophisticated palate than that. Thats almost like an English palate in your image.
What do you mean English? I doubt they eat like that. I associate England with Indian food if anything.

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Old Today, 10:05 PM
 
Location: In the heights
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Originally Posted by Foamposite View Post
There is so much variety, but these are some things are a big part of 2019 New York cuisine:

Japanese (ramen, sushi, etc.)
Thai
Chinese (both Americanized and regional Chinese)
Indian
Jamaican
French
Italian (including pizza but a greater variety than just simple dollar slices)
Mexican
New American
Asian fusion
and many more

Really depends on your neighborhood of course, but generally you have a greater selection than that drawing

All of these are more exciting/important to me than corner store food
You're right, but those are larger categories and none of them identifiably part of NYC or the region. I think if we were going to expand this with fancier foods, then there are a lot of more mid-level or fine dining dishes invented in NYC and the region.
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Old Today, 10:07 PM
 
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you mean lamb over rice
I like combo over rice, with less rice, more salad--still a great meal to me when I get it from the right places.
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Old Today, 10:13 PM
 
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You're right, but those are larger categories and none of them identifiably part of NYC or the region. I think if we were going to expand this with fancier foods, then there are a lot of more mid-level or fine dining dishes invented in NYC and the region.
Yeah but Arizona Iced Tea, Coffee, Wise Chips, and Honey buns aren't really specifically NYC either
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Old Today, 10:18 PM
 
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Yeah but Arizona Iced Tea, Coffee, Wise Chips, and Honey buns aren't really specifically NYC either
You're right. I especially don't understand the honey buns one. Arizona Iced Teat is actually from the tri-state area, that pseudo greek-ish cup the coffee comes is recognizably from here, and Wise chips are east coast, but I don't know where the honey buns come in. Is that supposed to be a specific brand?
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Old Today, 10:41 PM
 
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You're right. I especially don't understand the honey buns one. Arizona Iced Teat is actually from the tri-state area, that pseudo greek-ish cup the coffee comes is recognizably from here, and Wise chips are east coast, but I don't know where the honey buns come in. Is that supposed to be a specific brand?

I can't think of a specific honey bun brand, the first ones that comes to mind are Mrs Freshley's which is from Georgia, and Little Debbie which is from Tennessee.

The pseudo Greek cup is dying out and people drink coffee literally everywhere, plus Wise is from PA.
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