Le Soleil Restaurant
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This is the only non-Brooklyn spot on our list, but that’s because it’s the only restaurant left over from what used to be Manhattan’s Haitian neighborhood in the 1960s. Today its menu is split into two parts: The first covers the classic Haitian staples, griot (fried chunks of fatty pork) tassot (fried lamb) and lambi (spicy stewed conch). The second part is the daily specials, so check before you go to see which days are serving up rich and savory oxtails or the cabrit en sauce, goat meat cooked in a Creole sauce.
858 10th Ave
|Cross street:||between 10th and 9th Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: 1, 2, A, B, C, D to 59th St - Columbus Circle|
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