Queens, NY, Travel Guide

With a menu that includes a Tibetan soup with yak, a Pakistani dish with goat offal and a chicken blood pancake, Andrew finds that a trip to Queens, NY, is just as good as a trip around the globe!

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Phayul

Phayul brings the taste of the Himalayas to Queens, with Tibetan foods like chele khatsa, a pungent, spicy soup made with yak meat and dried cheese made from yak milk.

74-06 37th Rd, Jackson Heights, NY

 
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Rokhat Kosher Bakery

Bread is the backbone of Bukharian cuisine, brought by Bukharian Jews from Central Asia. This bakery makes authentic chop chop bread, soft inside and crispy outside, and Bukhara, similar to challah and marked with the Star of David.

65-43 Austin St, Queens, NY 11374

 
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Tawa Food

This place sums up everything that makes Queens the United Nations of food. Started by a family from Nepal, this restaurant serves sukuti, dried beef with radish and pickle, and butan, grilled goat stomach, liver and heart.

3738 72nd St, Jackson Heights, NY 11372

 
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Xi'an Famous Foods

An unassuming storefront in the basement of the Golden Mall, Xi'an Famous Foods serves dishes that could have been found along the Silk Road, including lamb face and longevity noodles.

41-28 Main St, Flushing, NY 11354

 

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