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Interesting breakfast options in Sunnyside, Woodside, JH or Elmhurst?

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I'm looking for some interesting non-diner type breakfast options.

I know Ihawan serves Filipino breakfast.

Other suggestions?

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Ihawan
4006 70th St, Woodside, NY 11377

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  1. What exactly do you mean by non-diner type?

    For something different I usually go to La Flor. There's not that many "breakfast" places in the area unfortunately.

    1. Huevos al pastor at Taquria Coatzingo.

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      1. re: E Eto

        de mole serves a great + cheap breakfast/brunch everyday, 10/10:30 - 2. afterwards, they tack on $2. it's a small menu, about 4-5 items, but they are all very good. the huevos rancheros is great. the coffee is also very good.

        cannelle patisserie has great breakfast items. i can't think of a single item i've tried that i didn't like. their croissants, danishes, muffins, quiche, sandwiches, bagel + lox, all are great and cheap for the quality. the coffee is good, too.

        1. re: Linda

          Second De Mole AND Cannelle!

          Aubergine has good scones, coffee, and decent waffles with fresh fruit.

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          Aubergine
          49-22 Skillman Ave, Queens, NY 11377

          De Mole
          45-02 48th Ave, Queens, NY 11377

          Cannelle Patisserie
          75-59 31st Ave, Queens, NY 11370

        2. re: E Eto

          My wife and I were eyeing those last night on the menu. A couple of the breakfasts looked really good. I think we are done with Coatzingo for dinner (never was impressed) but will try it for breakfast.