This is a Colombian counter-service spot that’s part bakery and part diner, and it has a few locations in Queens. You can come here for anything from a whole cake to some empanadas with a rich beef filling, and there’s also a bandeja tipica plate with rice, beans, steak, chicharron, two types of sausage, a rice cake, avocado, and a fried egg for $12.50. If that sounds like a lot of food, that’s because it is.
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El Chivito D’Oro
El Chivito D’Oro is an Uruguayan spot in Jackson Heights that’s perfect for when you want to split a big platter of grilled meats with a few people.
Mom’s Momo is a Tibetan food truck with locations in Jackson Heights and Sunnyside, and it’s a great place to eat beef momos covered in hot sauce.
Merit Kabab & Dumpling Palace
Merit Kabab & Dumpling Palace is a very casual spot just off the Roosevelt Ave - Jackson Heights subway station with excellent samosas and biryanis.
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Zona De Cuba
This Caribbean rooftop spot in the South Bronx has live salsa, palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy.
Palo Santo is a Latin/Caribbean restaurant in a Park Slope townhouse with a small backyard.
Paloma at Hotel Hendricks
Paloma at Hotel Hendricks serves Central and South American food in an attractive space near Bryant Park.
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SriPraPhai is a Woodside favorite that’s been serving some of NYC’s best Thai food for over two decades.
Phayul is a Tibetan restaurant hidden up a flight of stairs in Jackson Heights, and it’s an excellent spot for some casual soup and momos.
The Queensboro Restaurant
If you’re looking for a classic American brunch with a big group in Jackson Heights, The Queensboro is where you should go.
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