There’s no single best restaurant in New York. There’s only the best restaurant for your situation. Hence the NYC100, our heavily vetted recommendations for where to eat and drink in every scenario you find yourself in. What type of food? What neighborhood? How many people? Is there a vegan in the group? Beer? Wine? Liquor? Here we deliver a list of the spots we rely on to satisfy all of our very specific needs. See these recs on a map. KopitiamLower East Side, ManhattanThe Lower East Side’s coolest breakfast spot is a casual coffeehouse serving intensely flavorful Chinese-influenced Malaysian dishes known as Nyonya cuisine, loaded with anchovies, shrimp paste, and fish sauce. Tables turn quickly in the always-bustling space, so if you show up to a full house, just wait a minute for a seat to open up. Order as many plates and bowls as will fit on your table: Dishes are on the smaller side, easy to share, and guaranteed to be devoured.✵ Order: nasi lemak (coconut rice with crunchy anchovies and hard-boiled eggs), pan mee (hand-pulled noodle soup), and Malaysian-style French toast. OkonomiWilliamsburg, BrooklynAt this tiny 12-seat spot, there is only one order: chef Yuji Haraguch...