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Maltese Cuisine

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Hi,

Long ago I heard there is a vestige of a long-dead Maltese community in Astoria, the Maltese Center on Hoyt Avenue, which may very occasionally serve Maltese food to the public.

What's the deal now? Is it possible to score Maltese goodies in Queens?

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  1. Leli's on 30th Ave in Astoria usually has several types of pastizzi on hand and I've always enjoyed them.

    1. Earlier in the day especially, Leli's Bakery & Pastry Shop (35-14 30th Ave.) also has qassatat (with a silent Q).

      Dave Cook
      www.EatingInTranslation.com