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The best churro in New York?

spooned Aug 2, 2007 11:59 AM

I just came back from Peru, where I had an unbelievable churro in Lima. Any know of good churro spots in New York? Brooklyn and Manhattan preferred, though I'd go to Queens for a special-occasion churro...

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    chalkman RE: spooned Aug 6, 2007 06:57 PM

    I am partial to the churros at Doughnut Plant in Manhattan. I like all their other doughnuts as well.
    379 Grand St, New York 10002
    Btwn Essex & Norfolk St

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    1. re: chalkman
      theworldaway RE: chalkman Aug 19, 2007 08:42 PM

      These are kind of gourmet and expensive, and thus not really authentic, but the ones on the dessert menu at Tasca are freaking awesome.

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        chalkman RE: theworldaway Aug 21, 2007 02:51 PM

        How "gourmet" can fried dough with a bit of sugar be? They taste as good as any I've had in Argentina. IMHO.

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        marlie202 RE: chalkman Jan 5, 2008 05:48 AM

        I believe they only make the churros on the weekends at the Doughnut Plant.

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        Fat and Happy Food Slut RE: spooned Sep 5, 2007 03:59 PM

        Boqueria's are pretty good, and I have heard that Casa Mono does a fairly decent version at well. I've definitely seen clandestine churros vendors on the UES, but for me churros aren't street food. Hot and fresh out of the oil is half the battle, so I'd rather get them made to order at a restaurant. That's how I've enjoyed them in Spain and that's how I've enjoyed them here.

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          kwaam_rak RE: spooned Dec 19, 2007 02:35 PM

          How about in White Plains? Any churros in WP?

          1. guttergourmet RE: spooned Jan 17, 2008 06:43 PM

            Donut Plant and Despana are my most recent go to churro places.

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              brooklyn1966 RE: spooned Feb 17, 2008 08:01 PM

              Five Points on Great Jones Street.

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