This quick counter-service joint serves a variety of West Indian favorites, from gut-busting oversized Roti filled with curried chicken, goat, or fish to the Bake and Shark, a puffy bread filled with spiced shark meat and relishes.
Though you’ll find no shortage of classic Russian fare on Neptune Avenue, a short walk further east on the boardwalk transports you a few thousand culinary miles east of Moscow—right to the heart of Uzbekistan, at Cafe Kashkar.
American Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, United States
Tucked next to the Williamsburg bridge, Pies-n-Thighs redeems hipster eating the second you take a bite of your first Chicken Biscuit ($6.50), a crispy chicken cutlet on a lofty buttermilk biscuit slathered in hot sauce and honey butter.
A Chicken and Woffals ($20) is an entire Cornish hen roasted then fried then roasted again and served atop fluffy waffles with bits of seared chicken liver in the batter and a pineapple jerk syrup drizzled on top.