Treat your taste buds: Explore Queens restaurants
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Awang Kitchen was delicious! It is highly recommended and we will return. Once the doors opened, an enticing odor of peanut sauce welcomed us in. We came to the table with different diets but were all accommodated. Two of us were meat eaters, one pescatarian and another a pescatarian who doesn’t eat gluten, dairy, corn or soy. We feasted! We ordered fried tapioca cakes (great texture), lamb satay, cold salad with dried fish, squid, tofu and peanut sauce, whole grilled fish with chili sauce, and steaming hot water spinach with quail eggs —the meal was accompanied by fluffy rice. For dessert we had three shakes: durian with sweetened condensed milk and ice (my favorite!), coconut milk with green rice noodles, and red coconut with black and white tape (fermented black rice and cassava), bread and avocado. The flavors were strong and rich and complemented each other nicely. Our waiter gave us recommendations that all suited our tastes. We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner, I just wish we had had more room in our stomachs. Yum!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
The food was really good. No complaints there. The service was great. The day we went they had live music, which was nice, but it was a bit too loud. The place is not very large so the volume could’ve been brought down lower. Other than that it was a good experience. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Little Neck, New York is the home to La Baraka restaurant. The combination of great food and exceptional service is what kept this restaurant so popular since it opened in the 1970's. While it specializes in French cuisine, La Baraka was one of the first restaurants introduce the North African dish couscous; a grainy rice served with lamb kebab, chicken, flank and spicy lamb sausage. Entrees, such as Coquille St. Jacques and sole provencale, are also available for both lunch and dinner.
La Baraka is a great location for a romantic date night or to celebrate a special occasion. The cozy dining room features theatrical posters and fresh flowers giving it an elegant atmosphere. The restaurant is also available for parties for up to 65 guests.More
Il Bacco Ristorante Italiano was opened in 1992 by restaurateur Giuseppe, who is an Italian native. With heavy roots in Italian tradition, it comes as no surprise that the menu is full dishes that include high-quality ingredients. Il Bacco is committed to offering nothing but the freshest fish, tender veal and pasta that is handmade. No matter what you order, make sure you finish your meal with a selection from the dolci menu that offers classic and new dessert favorites.
Il Bacco provides multiple dining experiences to its guests. Choose the dining room if you're looking for an intimate evening with someone special. The rooftop dining experience offers guests with the ability to relax under the stars. If you're planning an important event, ask about catering options in the private dining hall.More
La Grotta Ristorante is a traditional Italian restaurant. The inside is reminiscent of a traditional Italian restaurant. Diners will find white tablecloths, candles on tables and paintings of the Italian countryside on the walls. The defining feature of the dining room is the planters that line the ceiling and the neon green lights that illuminate the plants.
La Grotta's menu is full of traditional Italian cuisine. There are plenty of pasta dishes as well as other pasta entrées. Diners will find delicious specialties such as fettuccine carbonara, pasta bolognese, pan seared salmon with fresh vegetables and a spicy linguine del mare with clams, scallops and shrimp. La Grotta also has a large wine menu full of several different Italian vintages. Patrons will find smooth reds, crisp whites and sweet rosés that can pair with virtually any meal on the menu.More
Itz Fire is a Korean themed Cajun restaurant located in Little Neck, New York. The restaurant was established in 2014 and is based on the concept of combining Korean Cajun spices with crawfish boil for a fusion of unique flavors. The restaurant recommends trying their assortment of Korean finger food with savory sauces.
Among Itz FireÕs signature dishes are Louisianan crawfish in a signature spicy sauce, Korean themed ribs and locally brewed craft beer. All seafood boils are served with an appetizer of shrimp popcorn along with a table cover to help clean up the shells. Besides seafood, pork ribs and chicken drumsticks can also be ordered at Itz Fire.More