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Unusual, delicious, but portable food in Queens?

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newshound22 Feb 16, 2013 10:20 AM

Looking to impress with a great takeout item, but I won't have immediate access to a fridge or oven. What do you suggest? Thanks.

  1. E Eto Feb 26, 2013 07:59 PM

    Patacan Pisao http://www.pataconpisaonyc.com/
    Kabab rolls from Kababish (Jackson Heights
    )Cemitas from any number of Mexican places along Roosevelt Ave, especially Taquería Coatzingo or Tía Julia.
    Freshly made sandwich rolls at Cedars Meat House in Astoria.
    Merguez sandwich from LIttle Morocco in Astoria.
    Lamb or Pork sandwiches from the Xi'an places in Flushing.
    Nonna's special sandwich (or any of the daily special sandwiches) at Leo's Latticini in Corona.

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      chiefofeating Feb 23, 2013 04:09 PM

      Empanadas definitely fall under the portable and delicious category. Try Mama's Empanadas in Sunnyside or Empanada Cafe in Corona. Both offer dozens of varieties, some unexpected, all delish.

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        yussdov Feb 23, 2013 06:46 AM

        baklava from al sham sweets in astoria, steinway, one block south of the bqe/triboro. awesome. on par, if not better than laziza and the service is really fabulous.

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          Anne Feb 18, 2013 05:31 PM

          I'd recommend the cold appetizer assortment plate from Istanbul in Rego Park (on Queens Blvd. near 63rd Drive). It could probably sit at (cool) room temp for a couple of hours with no harm done. Ask for the Turkish bread to go with it. http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/...

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            diprey11 Feb 16, 2013 10:46 AM

            Where in Queens?

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