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  • Zion Aug 21, 2007 08:32 AM
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Any good restaurants there? HELP. thanx a lot guys.....

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  1. Besito in Roslyn...off of Northern Blvd. Very good, "upscale" mexican. http://besitomex.com/

    Thyme in Roslyn village...great little house on a pond, wonderful, food, wonderful service and owners. We were looking to have a party there, alas too small, but she gave my wife and I FULL MEALS to try. Really amazing (even the chicken my wife got), and the lemon tart is one of the best desserts I ever had. http://eatoutlongisland.com/menus/thy...

    Bistro Citron...standard french bistro, in Roslyn village. http://www.bistrocitron.com/

    Burton & Doyle Steakhouse on Northern "Meat Row" in Great Neck. I think it's very good. http://www.burtonanddoyle.com/

    Bryant & Cooper Steakhouse on Northern in Roslyn. Never been, but heard nothing but good things. http://www.bryantandcooper.com/

    Il Mulino - good Italian on Northern Blvd. in Roslyn. www.ilmulino.com

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    1. re: GCGuy

      wow! great, thank you that was really informative....

      1. re: Zion

        Sure thing, good luck finding a place or 2.

    2. Great Neck has some good Asian spots. Wild Ginger in the Waldbaum's shopping center is always good. Elaine's Asian Bistro, on Bond Street (parallel to Middle Neck Rd. one block to the east) is a also very good, with a Long Island meets Tribeca over the top decor, if a little pricey (note that pricey for Asian food is a relative concept).

      I also like Pancho's on Grace Avenue for Tex-Mex.

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      1. re: LloydG

        I've been meaing to go to Elaine's. Ir's worth the trip, I guess. Thanks.

        1. re: GCGuy

          I think it's worth the trip. The decor is really strange, although I give them credit for trying to do something different in Great Neck. I think the Mongolian Lamb is very good (sweet, cripsy lamb and scallions), and I like the Singapore noodles. The yaki sticks are also good. The best part, though, is that they have an appetizer of three mini burgers, which is perfect for one of my daughters who claims to not like Asian food (I prefer to think of this as a temporary fault of hers, rather than an actual food preference).

        2. re: LloydG

          I especially like the main page on the website...

          Grand Open!!!