Decent food in Southwest Yonkers?
I'm looking for some restaurants beyond X2O, Zuppa and Belle Havana. Love those 3, but what else is there? I'm in Yonkers a lot, and usually on my bicycle near Getty Square.
I've passed Giulio's on Park Hill Avenue. Anyone been there?
How about La Pinata on New Main Street? I have friends who go there for the bakery, but has anyone sat down to have lunch there?
And how about Malecon on McLean?
Looking for new ideas, and appreciate the help.
Tacos el poblano good Mexican
122 Nepperhan Avenue
Ya hala inexpensive middle eastern/lebanese
326 S Broadway
Malecon can be good when the food is fresh, take a peek at the steam tables up front. They have some really interesting smoothies made with a variety of tropical fruits
I am not a fan of Giulio's but know folks love it. I prefer DeCostas, 400 Yonkers Ave, but it might be too far for you to travel .http://www.decostas.com/
Aishwary (Indian) 251 Mclean Ave
very new restaurant, I stopped in to pick up a menu and they were cooking up a storm. They do alot of catering. The owner gave me a fish cutlet (cake) to try (with ketchup?) super spicy with a nice curry flavor, delicious. I can't vouch for the rest of the food because I haven't tried it.
There is a bakery on Broadway South of Malecon (same side) that is fairly new. I don't remember the name but I'll post if I try it looks really interesting.
Gino's Pizzeria 439 South Broadway, for a plain slice (note this is not fufu pizza)
Pizza Barn 70 McLean Avenue, White slice with spinach
Getty Square has changed alot I'm not sure what is down there these days, sorry. If Jamaica kitchen is still around 24 N Broadway order (if available) the ackee and salt fish side of butter beans , side of greens. If anything else pops into my head I'll add to the thread.
White Castle, 275 South Broadway
ps please be careful down there on your bike
HamTech87, I picked up a menu and a quick bite from Sin Dulce Bakery on S Broadway today and am reporting back as promised.
I had a taco (pastor) and a quessadilla with shredded chicken. A male customer sitting at the small counter waiting for his food recommended the quessadilla. He also instructed me to call out my order and not wait until I caught someones attention (or I'd be waiting a looong time) Another customer repeated my order to the man at the grill in Spanish. Although it wasn't really necessary I thought that was a really nice gesture.
As soon as I finished my food I wanted to go back and get more... I Iook forward to eating my way through the entire menu, don't miss this place
I'm posting some photos, sorry my flash was acting crazy the photo I took of the bucket of quesadilla dough behind the counter did not come out.