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  1. This is a well-regarded, fairly new Mexican restaurant across the street from the Chocolate Factory in LIC. It stands to reason that it's owned by the same people who own Cafe Henri a few blocks away in LIC; what was less obvious to me is that they also owned the Cafe Henri that until very recently was open on Bedford St. in the West Village. This is a worthy restaurant. Ingredients are fresh. Cooking is fairly precise. Flavors are subtle and layered. It's as good a representation of Mexican food as you're likely to find in New York City. Unfortunately, though, I'm going to take this
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    31-31 THOMSON AVE QUEENS I have been longing to go to Adda for quite some time.. My experience with Indian Food has been rather disappointing.. I have had dishes that I have loved, I have had experiences that have shown me it's potential and even when I have been to the generic places, I still walk away with a sense of mild enjoyment.. To me, indian food at it's most basic and americanized, is still more enjoyable than americanized chinese food.. I much prefer butter to sweet I guess.. But, with the the high praises from both Robert Seistsema, (someone I truly respect) and of course Pe
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