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Where To Eat Great Tibetan, Nepalese And Bhutanese Food In NYC’s Himalayan Heights

The former Little India has a lot going on
Mar 24, 2015 11:00 am

To some, Jackson Heights is still known as Little India. But with more than two dozen restaurants serving Tibetan, Nepalese and Bhutanese food, Himalayan Heights is probably a better moniker for this especially tantalizing corner of Queens, New York. Local writer Joe DiStefano dishes up his favorite spots in the neighborhood.

6 Excellent Reasons To Eat Around Queens, NY

The inside scoop on this delicious outer borough
Mar 6, 2015 12:00 pm

With constant big-name openings in Manhattan and an ever-continuing food revolution in Brooklyn, its easy to overlook neighboring Queens as an up-and-coming destination for good eats. But Queens is definitely having a moment, so take our advice and hop on the 7 train this weekend. Scroll through the slideshow if you still find yourself in need of inspiration.

7 Restaurants, Bars And Grocery Stores For The Best Thai Food In Elmhurst, Queens

Entering a world of boat noodles, larb and jerky
Mar 3, 2015 12:00 pm

With venerable spots like Ayada, Boon Chu and Chao Thai, the ethnic enclave of Elmhurst, located in New York City's borough of Queens, has had a notable Thai presence for years. In the past year, another five places have joined the mix, effectively turning Little Bangkok into a veritable Thai Town. Queens-based writer Joe DiStefano dishes up his favorite stops in the hood.

8 Essential Bowls Of Ramen In New York City

This is a list to commit to memory
Feb 19, 2015 10:00 am

It’s safe to say that New York City is in the midst of a ramen craze. It’s been a couple of years since the Japanese noodle soup really started to make its mark on the city. And its popularity is understandable: Ramen is accessible, filling, inexpensive and, quite simply, delicious. Capitalizing on the trend, Japanese chefs have opened a number of ramen joints in the past few years, providing locals with a number of new slurping optionsp. As for that “best of” list you've been waiting for? We’ve got you covered here.

Godfather Of Modern Vietnamese Cuisine Charles Phan To Cook In Brooklyn

Three-day event is a no-reservation affair
Feb 3, 2015 11:00 am

Charles Phan was brewing up bowls of Vietnamese noodle soup long before most Americans had ever heard of pho  or knew how to pronounce it properly. That is to say, way before it was cool. So it was really only a matter of time until the man behind San Francisco's heralded Slanted Door made his way to trendsetting Brooklyn.

New York City's Newest Pop-Up Is Part Paratha, Part Awesomeness

Goa Taco is not quite Indian. Nor quite a taco.
Jan 29, 2015 12:00 pm

It’s not exactly a taco. And it’s not directly connected to Goa. But the food at minuscule pop-up Goa Taco is certainly making a name for itself on New York City’s Lower East Side. So what is the food here and from where does it originate? We stopped in for a taste of South African chef Duvaldi Marneweck's globally-influenced paratha tacos.

This NYC Vs. Copenhagen Dinner Looks Intense

Noma co-founder is cooking at the James Beard House
Jan 22, 2015 10:30 am

In-the-know diners are probably aware that Copenhagen's Noma was named the "World's Best" restaurant for the fourth time in the past five years last April. They might not know, however, that co-founder Mads Refslund has spent the past couple of years cooking rather modestly in NYC. The Danish chef from hotspot Acme will fire up several of his most well known dishes during a one-night-only dinner this Tuesday, January 27 at the James Beard House.

6 Restaurant Trends We've Spotted In New York City This Winter

Farm Casual, empire building, tough tables, Queens
Jan 21, 2015 12:00 pm

Winter can be a slow time for restaurants, when a relentless cold front and post-holiday budgets keep away many from dining out in the year's first couple of months. Still, plenty of New York City establishments have recently opened their doors in the city's five boroughs and we say that these first few months just might be the best time to try them out — waits are shorter, service can be more attentive and seasonal ingredients are surprisingly plentiful. While covering the newcomers and gallivanting around as we're wont to do, here are a few trends we picked up on.

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