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mick May 17, 2011 08:09 PM

Looking for Lunch places only. And what are the don't miss dishes at each place. Thanks

  1. Steve R May 18, 2011 06:27 AM

    Golden Mall in Flushing (pick a stall), Sri, a Mexican taco truck/stand/storefront. Many threads on this board.

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    Golden Shopping Mall
    41-28 Main St, Queens, NY 11355

    SriPraPhai
    64-13 39th Ave, Queens, NY 11377

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    1. re: Steve R
      Jeffsayyes May 18, 2011 08:35 AM

      I'd say 74th street station, junction blvd and flushing. which places specifically? I don't know.

      1. re: Jeffsayyes
        CitySpoonful May 18, 2011 01:06 PM

        Second Junction Blvd. (Corona), Flushing and 74th St. (Jax Heights) as great food 'hoods, but you also might want to consider a second-tier top 3 food 'hoods along the 7: 61st St. & 69th St. (Woodside) and 46th St. (Sunnyside)....so much great food; so hard to choose!

      2. re: Steve R
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        kathryn May 19, 2011 12:00 PM

        For the uninitiated, Steve R means Sripraphai.

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        loumarie May 24, 2011 08:59 AM

        I think Flushing is a given. I'd also vote for:

        74th St./Roosevelt-- it's a 5-min walk to Ayada Thai on Woodside Ave (still my local favorite); or get some papri chaat at Rajbhog Sweets on 37th Ave--my fave snack in the 'hood. And pick up some pan de bono (Colombian cheese bread) at La Abundancia before you get back on the train.

        And then: While I'm a huge fan of Elmhurst, all of my favorite places are around Broadway, so a bit of a walk from Roosevelt. I'd say either hop off early at Hunters Point for pickled pork tongue and a few other apps at M. Wells (assuming you can get in quickly)...or get off at 103rd/Corona Plaza for some old-school Queens: an Italian sandwich at Leo's Latticini/Mama's and lemon ice at Lemon Ice King.

        OR get something off of Junction Blvd--don't know that area too well, but do like Rincon Criollo for Cuban.

        And you might want to walk a stop, like between 74th and 82nd, or 82nd and 90th, so you can try a taco/quesadilla or Ecuadorian truck.

        Clearly, you'll have to make the trip more than once!

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        Rajbhog
        72-27 37th Ave, Queens, NY 11372

        Rincon Criollo
        40-09 Junction Blvd, Queens, NY 11368

        Leo's Latticini
        46-02 104th St, Queens, NY 11368

        Lemon Ice King of Corona
        52-02 108th St, Queens, NY 11368

        Ayada
        77-08 Woodside Ave, Queens, NY 11373

        La Abundancia
        63-10 Broadway, Queens, NY 11377

        M. Wells Diner
        21-17 49th Ave, Queens, NY 11101

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        1. re: loumarie
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          kathryn May 24, 2011 09:32 AM

          Do note that M Wells is closed on Mondays!

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