Sinigual - NY

Restaurants, Mexican Midtown East
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Sinigual - NY

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Mexican fare gets a contemporary spin at this midtown restaurant.

 

 

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Venue name: Sinigual - NY
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Address: 640 Third Avenue
New York
10017
Price: $30 and under
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Avatar for Lekha N
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A big Mexican eatery, I actually came across Sinigual whilst looking for an alternative (and affordable) Thanksgiving dinner! 


Though it was quiet, and lacked a bit of ambiance when we went, this is easily forgiven because it was late on Thanksgiving. For $30 they made a great classic Thanksgiving dinner for two Londoners who'd never experienced one. The soup for starters was delicious – creamy and rich; the turkey main came with greens, parsnips and a Mexican garnish twist, and was well cooked and generously portioned; the pumpkin pie was alright, but it's not my kind of dessert anyway! 


One of the great things about this restaurant was also that you could also opt for their signature Mexican menu too – so I had the Dos Favoritos – two of their classic dishes served as a combination, which was also really tasty and well priced for $20. 


Overall, we were just grateful to them for being open and so flexible on Thanksgiving and certainly left us with a memorable experience. Would go back and try it for a normal dinner! 



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Avatar for Brian M.

This upscale Mexican restaurant in Midtown East is a large, yet cozy, eatery a few blocks west of the UN.  Agave plants are a fitting decoration as the drink menu has a good selection of tequila.  Before you begin to eat, you get a ample amount of nachos, dipping sauces, and soft tortilla shells.  This is an appetizer in itself.  For entree, I went with carne asada, which was cooked correctly but had a spicy rub that hid the steak's natural flavor.  Rice and a cheese enchilada also came with the platter.  If you want fresh guacamole, they will make some table-side in a bowl that looks more like a pail. The dining area is large enough to fit an entire busload of people, as a tour bus stopped for a dinner break at the restaurant.  Live music in the back added to the tranquil ambiance of the restaurant and despite the large group of people, the sound was not overwhelming.