HOME > Chowhound > Outer Boroughs >

Discussion

Best Spanish food in Queens

  • 7

Im craving some Spanish food, does anyone know of some good Spanish restaurants (that is decently priced) around or close by the Flushing area or somewhere in queens?

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
  1. I don't know about best, but there is a newish (since last summer) tapas place on N. Blvd around 86th street? in Jackson Heights, but I'm forgetting the name. I haven't eaten there yet, but keep thinking I will try it because Despana, the cheese etc. place next door, which I like, is their supplier. This is a strart, but I am sure another hound will point you to something that's more of a blue chip choice ;)

    1. Spanish as in Spain? or Dominican, Columbian, Peruvian, Cuban, Brazilian, Puerto Rican, Mexican?---Be more specific about dishes you are looking for? I've yet to find a great one...heard mixed things about Pimenton in LIC, there's a place in Astoria,
      http://www.chowhound.com/topics/24445...
      above is older thread that I had started several years ago, looking for Paella or shirmp with green sauce..I gave up my search....as I either make it better myself, or it's just not in Queens....even the city lacks a really great Spanish choice at an affordable price.

      1. hmmm yea i was looking for some good paella and empanadas. Ive been to a few places, but as you said they are pretty expensive, I was hoping to find a place that is good but also affordable

        1. Have you tried Cubana in Forest Hills? It's excellent.

          http://damnedgoodfood.blogspot.com

          1. They don't speak Spanish in Brazil so it probably shouldn't be included on that list above. (Lots of great Brazilian in Queens, though.)

            1. I'm still not sure what you mean by Spanish. I like Rincon Criollo.
              http://www.chowhound.com/topics/247466 They have paella but it's not authentic paella from Valencia, Spain.

              Meson Asturias has food from Spain. http://www.elmesonasturias.com/one.html

              1. Try El Sitio on Roosevelt Avenue and 69th Street. Never had their Paella but their yellow rice is pretty yummy.