Suffolk County, NY is a haven for fine dining, boasting some of the most acclaimed restaurants in the region. Chef Lee Bye, a renowned culinary artist, is one of the area's most celebrated chefs and Tuddenham Mill has been a staple of East Anglian gastronomy for many years. This year, Bury St Edmunds has retained its Michelin star, making it the only restaurant in Suffolk to have this prestigious award. If you're looking for a Michelin Bib Gourmand-recommended fine dining experience in Suffolk County, you're in luck. Al Coro (Chelsea; Italian cuisine) and Saga (Financial District; contemporary cuisine) are two of the restaurants listed in the latest Michelin guide.
The Crown, located in the tranquil town of Westleton, is just a stone's throw from the Suffolk coast and is an ideal pub for a stopover on your way to Walberswick, Southwold or Aldeburgh. The greenhouse-style dining room offers a delicious roast and dishes that may include slow-braised Norfolk veal cheek with crispy watercress and leeks, Suffolk roasted chicken breast with candied leg, gnocchi, kale, aioli and whole wheat butter crumb, and peanut ice cream with white chocolate ganache. Sam's passion (apart from making chocolates) is eating in Michelin-starred restaurants, and he always strives to exceed expectations when it comes to fine-dining rural pubs. Cited by The New York Times as a place where “the food is as good as the views”, Lombardi's on the Bay in Patchogue is an excellent example of the Lombardi family's refined culinary tradition. If you want to help families in economic crisis while enjoying dinner at a restaurant, you can pay 3 pounds for invisible potatoes at Sri Lankan restaurant on Staten Island known for its unmissable lamprais - a tasty rice dish made with eggs, vegetables and fish wrapped and baked in a banana leaf. For seafood lovers, Croatian restaurant in New Rochelle specializes in whole fish dishes and other seafood such as cuttlefish risotto, octopus salad and anchovies marinated in Croatian olive oil. So if you're looking for an unforgettable fine dining experience in Suffolk County NY, these six restaurants are sure to please.
From contemporary cuisine to traditional pub fare to Sri Lankan specialties - there's something for everyone!.