Places I like to go as often as possible.
Every plate of food here are gigantic, filling and really delicious. For non taco and burrito dishes try the carnitas. A big chunk of tender pork served with rice, beans and tortillas.
For a laid back time, go to the bar next door. Cheap beers and serves the same menu as the restaurant. Also their burger is served with frizzled onions.
Minca may not make the best ramen in NYC but they are consistently good. Be sure to try their spicy miso ramen. Not too spicy but does make you sweat a little.
The beers are cheap here and the TVs are loud but they make a great burger. For $5 it comes with cheese, pickle, lettuce, tomato and fries.
Authentic Cantonese food, quick service and out of the main part of Flushing which gets really crowded. Get the house special crispy chicken, it is truly one of the best chicken dishes in this town.
A great local bar with surprisingly great bar food and may have one of the best onion rings in town.
Grab a porchetta plate and sit outside,if nice. Their veggie sides are just as awesome.
Can't go wrong with any of their pies. Freshly made pies and seasonal. Grab a slice and a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy the day.
Seasonal cooking at its best. Ever changing daily menu. Best to go with friends and share many dishes.
For half the price I like to get the kid size fish and chips. It is still a lot of food and there is still room for their other English dishes.
This place makes me want to eat fish. Their baked salmon salad on a toasted bagel is so good. It's also a great hangover food.
Get the Salty Pimp if it's your 1st time there, if not get a Mermaid. If they have Makers Mark butterscotch, get it & put it on anything
Their perfectly fried chicken is the only thing that will get me to go all the way to Ave C. The pork chop sandwich is excellent as well.