I have so many questions…
When I first started thinking about this, I though of going to Lhasa Fresh Food and Cienaga las Tlayudas. But the latter is closed for good.
My first question is, what is the to replacement for Cienaga? Or something close? I see from EIT that Tacos Yuncui, El Tlecuile, and For All Things Good are possible substitutions. What else am I missing?
Second question is… there is a possibility I could stay until mid-afternoon on Saturday, Sept 10tth. Any interesting food festival options on that day?
Tofu with salted egg yolk and crab: looks like there are two places you’ve had this recently, Jiang Nan and Shanghai Eats. Any thoughts as to which you might choose?
If I were to do a ‘food crawl’ in Queens, here are some items I’ve gleaned form your recent postings:
(I am wise enough to realize I can’t eat everything in a day)
Queens Lanka: Pol roti (the lamprais also look v. good)
Lucky Cafeteria, fried radish cake
Dong bei da pai dong, cilantro salad
Sin Kee, oyster omelet
Followsoshi, roasted cold noodles
Boulis Cafe, sour cherry loukamedes
Merguez and Frites
Angel Indian, tawa kaleji, dahi batata puri
Looks like Evi’s Backerei and Nuaa Table are right across the street form each other. IIUC, Evi’s is located in Patti Ann’s Bakery…
Faicko’s Pork Store, bagel-like bread
Rudo Foods, chickpea fritters
Si n Shpi, Albanian, sandwiches
Back Home Bakery, coconut rolls
Pera Zdera, lmab vikend special, but maybe the pork neck is good too ?(served any day)
And I didn’t even go very far back…