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In the same vein as Sapori d'Ischia...

yongjoo Sep 15, 2006 04:10 PM

My wife and I are new to Queens (been living in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Staten Island for over 13 years). Anyway, we discovered Sapori d'Ischia in Woodside. And what a great find! It made me fall in love with Queens even more.

So, does anyone else have any great Queens Restaurants Must Eats? Not talking Italian, but any cuisine...

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  1. sandrina RE: yongjoo Sep 15, 2006 04:59 PM

    If you like Thai food, Sripraphai in Woodside has been widely recommended throughout the Chowhound forums. Some claim that it's the best Thai food in all of New York. Also, if ethnic food is appealing to you, Queens is the place to be. To begin with, just do a quick search under Jackson Heights or Astoria and you will only touch the tip of the iceberg as far as "must try" restaurants go.

    1. johnk RE: yongjoo Sep 15, 2006 07:13 PM

      Welcome to "The Beginning"
      How about a chesseburger @ Donovan's.
      Woodside or Bayside.
      Their French Onion Soup is a good starter along with a black&tan.
      Regards,
      JK

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        stuartlafonda RE: yongjoo Sep 15, 2006 08:21 PM

        Mina

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          yongjoo RE: stuartlafonda Sep 15, 2006 08:52 PM

          Is that Mina's Kitchenette in Jamaica, NY?

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            sandrina RE: yongjoo Sep 15, 2006 10:00 PM

            I think stuartlafonda may be referring to Spicy Mina in Woodside. I believe its Bangladeshee food?

        2. biondanonima RE: yongjoo Jan 31, 2008 09:29 AM

          De Mole in Sunnyside - some of the best Mexican in all of NYC. Shredded goat tacos - amazing!

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            NYEpicuriosity RE: yongjoo Feb 1, 2008 07:47 AM

            Hi Yong - two of my favorite restaurants in queens are DB Wine Kitchen - www.dannybrownwinekitchen.com in Forest Hills - and 718 www.718restaurant.com in Astoria. Both are nice, upscale (but totally casual) restaurants, where I've never had a bad meal.

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              Stuartmc910 RE: yongjoo Feb 1, 2008 07:57 AM

              Tournesol in LIC, Vernon Blvd. You'll have to enjoy your neighbors, however, as tables arethisclose.

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