Many have called Hell’s Kitchen’s Le Soleil Brillant the most authentic Haitian restaurant in NYC. This BYOB restaurant’s menu will remind you of your grandmother’s cooking.
Beyond cooking their take on traditional Haitian cuisine, GrandChamps’ mission is to bring the community together through food while learning more about Haitian culture.
With a fresh take on Haitian food, it will remind you of the Island and possibly make you feel as though you were back in Haiti.
This family-owned Haitian-American bakery is located in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. They bake classic Haitian desserts and serve meat, seafood & veggie dishes native to Haiti.
Family-owned by three siblings, the restaurant is known for its live music and cocktails. It also happens to be the place to go for Akra aka Haitian fritters.