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Dessert is not to be missed at the newly renovated and version two of restaurant Arunee Thai Cuisine in Jackson Heights. Try the fried ice cream and fried banana rolls with honey. If you like Filipino turon, you’ll love Arunee Thai’s version.

78-23 37th Ave., Jackson Heights, NY, 11372

Some are calling bun-ker the best Vietnamese food in Queens. The Ca Ri Ga (curry bobo chicken with roti) is just one of the main items on the main dish list.

46-63 Metropolitan Ave., Ridgewood, NY 11385

Let’s go to the movies at Jackson Heights Cinema in Jackson Heights. This small theater has $6 matinees and $6 movies on Wednesdays. Some of the movies are even subtitled in Spanish. 

40-31 82nd Street, Jackson Heights, NY 11373

Let’s go to the movies at Jackson Heights Cinema in Jackson Heights. This small theater has $6 matinees and $6 movies on Wednesdays. Some of the movies are even subtitled in Spanish.

40-31 82nd Street, Jackson Heights, NY 11373

A great place for dessert or a snack is Tea Cup Cafe in Elmhurst. Try shaved ice or one of their Thai style toasts. The one pictured here is topped with Nutella. 

Tea Cup Cafe, 76-23 Woodside Ave., Elmhurst, NY 11377

Check out the work of Carlos Amador aka Honexl Art which was a work in progress and completed at last month’s Viva La Comida festival in Jackson Heights. Corn was the inspiration.

Head to the LIC Flea & Food while the weather is still great! The outdoor market has different food vendors each weekend. Pictured here is Hong Kong Street Cart. Try the Green Mango Salad with Lemongrass Chicken or the Cold Peanut Noodle.

LIC Flea & Food, 5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101

Experience the flavors of Romania in Sunnyside! Romanian Garden serves hearty dishes like stuffed cabbage, polenta, meatball soup, and meats fresh off the grill. To start get a variety of appetizers. Chiftele (fried meatballs), caseavel pane (fried cheese), and salata de vinete (eggplant salad spread) will do you right.
Romanian Garden, 43-06 43rd Avenue, Sunnyside, NY 11104

Experience the flavors of Romania in Sunnyside! Romanian Garden serves hearty dishes like stuffed cabbage, polenta, meatball soup, and meats fresh off the grill. To start get a variety of appetizers. Chiftele (fried meatballs), caseavel pane (fried cheese), and salata de vinete (eggplant salad spread) will do you right.

Romanian Garden, 43-06 43rd Avenue, Sunnyside, NY 11104

Believe me when I say one bowl of Dan Dan Noodles is not enough. You’ll be asking for more so top off that heat with Spicy Cold Noodles and Sliced Pork Belly in Chili Garlic Sauce. Little Pepper in College Point serves up the best Sichuan food I have ever had in NYC.

Little Pepper, 18-24 College Point Blvd., NY, NY 11356  

First Elementary and now Blue Bloods. The tv show was filming in Sunnyside on 50th Avenue and 40th street. Perhaps Donnie Wahlberg was there?
Blue Bloods

First Elementary and now Blue Bloods. The tv show was filming in Sunnyside on 50th Avenue and 40th street. Perhaps Donnie Wahlberg was there?

Blue Bloods

Henan Feng Wei in Flushing is tucked away on the often forgotten 41st Avenue. The Henan restaurant was renovated and serves the best pork pancake I have ever tasted. Fluffy, flavorful and stuffed with so much pork if you cut it more than once, it will all spill out. Most items are under five dollars. They even have soup dumplings!

136-31 41st Avenue, Flushing NY 11355

At Jardin de China Restaurant in Corona, you can get a mixture of Spanish and Chinese food. The baked fish and shrimp with black bean rice won my heart. The rub seasoning on the seafood will rock your world.

3737 Junction Blvd., Corona, NY 11368

At Biang, the trendier and more formal version of Xi’an Famous Foods, you can have quail two ways. The quail eggs on sausage & toasted Mantou slices are sweet and creamy with a little spice. The spicy quail with tiger vegetables is sure to tingle your tastebuds with cumin and then cool them down with celery and cilantro. Get it spicy in Flushing

Biang, 41-10 Main Street, Flushing, NY 11355

Whether it is a traditional Chinese fruit cake or the infamous egg tart, new bakery Starry in Elmhurst has a variety of pastries and cakes to suit your sweet tooth. 

Starry, 83-09 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY 11373

One of the best deals in Elmhurst is a snack at Lao Bei Fang Dumpling House. $5 will get you far. Whether it is fried pork and chive dumplings, pork hand drawn noodles, or a bowl of soup, the dishes can be filling enough to suffice for a meal and are plenty enough to share.

Lao Bei Fang Dumpling House, 83-05 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY, 11373 

Did you know that the famous Tiffany lamps are created at the Tiffany Furnace studio in Corona? From dragonflies to flowers and swirly patterns, the designs are unique and the glass technique is innovative. A collection of lamps and glass samples are currently on exhibition at the Queens Museum of Art in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. 
Queens Museum of Art, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY 11368

Did you know that the famous Tiffany lamps are created at the Tiffany Furnace studio in Corona? From dragonflies to flowers and swirly patterns, the designs are unique and the glass technique is innovative. A collection of lamps and glass samples are currently on exhibition at the Queens Museum of Art in Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Queens Museum of Art, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY 11368