HOME > Chowhound > Outer Boroughs >

Discussion

NY TIMES Dining Out 5/1 Seven New Sandwiches

  • 6

great article and great reference for chowhounders has anyone else tried any of these great creations I have checked two off my list so far and am excited to eat the rest the knish press roast beef version is awesome I thought it would not be enough but it is filling and tasty a must for deli lovers and then the dumplings at Kai Feng Fu Dumpling House are too die for great meal and great prices by the way tried the knish press at their bayside location if you are into backyard space they have a sweet one

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
  1. Bob
    Can you post the link to the article?
    Thanks!

    2 Replies
    1. re: Tay

      Tay,

      Here you go. If the link doesn't work, just go to the NY Times web page and go to the dining section.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/30/din...

      1. re: jdf

        jdf..
        It worked...Everything sounds/looks pretty scrumptious!
        I've been to Kai Feng on 48th and 8th, but I'll have to go back to try this.
        Thanks! :-}

    2. Re: the discussion of the Chilean chacarero at the beginning of the article. Doesn't the San Antonio Bakery #2 on the Grand Central Parkway still serve these? Or is that the closed bakery she was referring to? (if so, it was still open in March when I went there for a coupe of delicious Chilean empanadas, and she has it in the wrong neighborhood...)

      1 Reply
      1. re: Woodside Al

        I'm pretty sure San Antonio still serves the chacarero (though I think my green beans were missing on last visit). I think the closed chilean place the author was referring to was El Guaton on Roosevelt which morphed into a Brazilian joint and now has a new name that I forget.

        http://www.goodiesfirst.com

      2. Has anyone been to Los Girasoles in woodside (47th and 47th)? for the cemita or anything else?