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  1. Sneakeater

    Caleta 111

    Caleta 111 was one of the last places Pete Wells reviewed before The Lockdown. He made it sound really good. It is. It's a Peruvian cevicheria (although their are some cooked dishes as well -- most of them presented as daily specials) (OK, ceviche is cooked in a sense). The chef/owner had worked in one of the big Peruvian restaurants that opened and then closed around Madison Square five years or so ago. Let me be blunt: I've eaten a lot of ceviche in Lima. The Leche de Tigre here as as good as almost all of it -- and better than most. What complexity. What balance. (Leche de
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  3. Daniel

    xun yu si kao

    http://xunyusikaony.com/ We were in Flushing last night and came upon this place.. It looked interesting so we went in. Actually, we parked about two blocks away from our intended restaurant, We were headed to hot space, which is another Sichuan Restaurant that seams to specialize in this type of grilled fish served in a broth on a tray with things added in and kept hot with sternos. But, it was so windy and we didn't feel like walking and we had heard of this place from various outlets... This place looks like they got their liquor license issued on the 2nd of this year and it's on go
  4. Daniel


    We had a really lovely meal here the other night... On a hunt for some good Greek seafood, we ended up at this Egyptian restaurant, very close to Ali's. The place is bare bones, there is a small display filled with fish on ice, some cheap decor and cheap tables with pictures of Koi on them.. Jax was in love with the table.. The staff is friendly and very laid back.. When the four of us arrived, we were the only people in the place, they had a high chair for J man and all was good.. We started with the incredible and I mean freaking incredible Pita and Tahini. Hot and freshly
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    A really good burger in a really pretty natural setting.. Walk directly from the S train and up a few blocks.. There you will see a few stands, located directly on the freshly built boardwalk., Burgers are very good. As good as shake shack I would imagine.. The fries were freaking excellent. An extra buck gets you tomatoes, an extra buck and a half gets you a smear of avocado. For three burgers, one cheese fry,m three ice teas and some tomato sides, the bill was 43 bucks. We sat on picnic benches and hung out for a bit. We sat on picnic benches and hung out for a bit.
  6. 36-35 Main Street Perhaps a half a block away from the 7 train on Main Street sits, Happy Family Lamb Restaurant. I know it has been open for at least 10 years and that Abby had mentioned this place on best of Flushing but, i think it deserves it's own thread. Miss A and I have been on a hot pot kick lately. We have been to several around town previously but, recently she has discovered a love for this type of dining. So, I am more than happy to oblige her. A friend of ours, has been raving about this place for some time, claiming it to be her favorite. As the city is pretty
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