Restaurants in Flushing

Best Restaurants

“Chongqing Lao Zao 重慶老灶 offers a mind-blowing hot pot experience that is definitely worth the wait. The flavorful spicy sauce is a highlight, and their stir-fry rice is exceptional. The cozy atmosphere and attentive staff add to the dining experience. While service might vary, the generous portions and delicious dishes make up for it. The milky beef is tender and delicious, and the radish portion is abundant. The option to customize spice levels is a plus. A must-visit spot in Chinatown for hot pot lovers and those who appreciate aromatic spices. Enjoy a leisurely meal with loved ones and indulge in the incredible dipping sauce station.”

4.7 Superb198 Reviews
Pizzeria Panina 68-38 Forest Avenue store front A, Queens Pizza • $$

“Pizzeria Panina is a restaurant that offers delicious pizzas with a blend of New York and Neapolitan styles. The "Breakfast Pie" and "Classica" are popular choices, with the latter being a standout for its bubbly sourdough crust, fresh basil, and extra layer of cheese. The restaurant also boasts a small natural wine menu and provides true hospitality. Many consider it to be the best pizza they've ever had, making it worth a trip to try.”

4.5 Superb70 Reviews
Panorama 8710 Astoria Blvd, Flushing Spanish • $$

“Panorama offers delicious, fresh food with friendly service. The staff is attentive and professional, creating a welcoming atmosphere. Whether trying the menu of the day or a regular dish, the prices are reasonable. Highly recommended for a satisfying dining experience.”

4.7 Superb233 Reviews
Yuk Jun Gui 4105 150th St, Flushing Korean • $$

“Yuk Jun Gui is a beloved Korean BBQ spot in Flushing, serving authentic and delicious dishes. The restaurant is known for its generous portions of mom-made side dishes and flavorful meats. Must-try dishes include the spicy dipping sauce, BBQ eel, and tripe. The owner takes great care of customers, making everyone feel like family.”

4.6 Superb77 Reviews

“Joon Omakase is a culinary haven in Flushing, NY, offering an unforgettable omakase experience. The restaurant is known for its impeccable fresh and matured sushi and sashimi, showcasing the mastery of its skilled chefs. The chefs are not only skilled but also friendly and welcoming, adding to the delightful ambiance. The restaurant's dedication to perfection is evident in every detail, from the meticulous presentation to the exceptional flavors. The $140 sashimi course, for example, comes with an abundance of dishes, including oysters, steamed egg with mushrooms, miso soup, grilled fish, crab legs, tempura, dumplings, salad, and spicy fish soup. With its modern and clean atmosphere, Joon Omakase is a must-visit for anyone craving an exceptional omakase experience.”

4.7 Superb124 Reviews
Daesung korean Noodle 45-04 162nd St, Flushing Korean • $$

“Daesung Korean Noodle offers a delightful dining experience. The restaurant features a modern and stylish setting that attracts attention from the outside. The staff, led by Miss Kim, are friendly and provide excellent service. The menu features a range of dishes, including seafood pancake, which is praised for its crispy exterior and juicy interior. The signature wide noodle and tofu noodle soup are also highly recommended. Overall, the restaurant provides a well-rounded experience with good food, service, and ambiance, making it a great destination to visit.”

4.6 Superb105 Reviews

Restaurants by Cuisine

Sambak Sambabzip 41-11 150th St, Flushing Korean • $$

“Sambak Sambabzip offers an excellent dining experience. The restaurant serves a variety of side dishes, including grilled mackerel, steamed pork, and fresh vegetables, which are all delicious. The staff, including the owner, are friendly and attentive. The portions are generous, and the prices are reasonable. Visitors can enjoy a peaceful atmosphere, and the restaurant is a great option for a healthy meal, with options like sam beop with various vegetables and a special sauce.”

4.7 Superb27 Reviews
Piccolo Sogno 195-14 47th Ave, Flushing Italian • $$

“Piccolo Sogno is a great family-oriented restaurant in Queens with excellent food and friendly staff. They offer plenty of free street parking and are kid-friendly. The menu has a wide variety of delicious options, including the best eggplant parmigiana. Whether dining in or ordering takeout, customers can expect consistent quality and exceptional service. The owner goes above and beyond to make guests feel welcome and appreciated.”

4.5 Superb73 Reviews
Primo Amore 34-33 Francis Lewis Blvd, Flushing Italian • $$

“Primo Amore is a great spot for special occasions and gatherings. The food is consistently fresh, tasty, and expertly prepared, with standout dishes like lamb chops and veal oso bucco. The service is spot on, with friendly and courteous staff. The chef often checks in to ensure everything is okay. The restaurant offers a price fix option and has a small parking lot on the side. Overall, Primo Amore is highly recommended for its delicious food and excellent service.”

4.5 Superb66 Reviews

Restaurants with Delivery

Pizzeria Panina 68-38 Forest Avenue store front A, Queens Pizza • $$

“Pizzeria Panina is a restaurant that offers delicious pizzas with a blend of New York and Neapolitan styles. The "Breakfast Pie" and "Classica" are popular choices, with the latter being a standout for its bubbly sourdough crust, fresh basil, and extra layer of cheese. The restaurant also boasts a small natural wine menu and provides true hospitality. Many consider it to be the best pizza they've ever had, making it worth a trip to try.”

4.5 Superb70 Reviews

“Chongqing Lao Zao 重慶老灶 offers a mind-blowing hot pot experience that is definitely worth the wait. The flavorful spicy sauce is a highlight, and their stir-fry rice is exceptional. The cozy atmosphere and attentive staff add to the dining experience. While service might vary, the generous portions and delicious dishes make up for it. The milky beef is tender and delicious, and the radish portion is abundant. The option to customize spice levels is a plus. A must-visit spot in Chinatown for hot pot lovers and those who appreciate aromatic spices. Enjoy a leisurely meal with loved ones and indulge in the incredible dipping sauce station.”

4.7 Superb198 Reviews
Panorama 8710 Astoria Blvd, Flushing Spanish • $$

“Panorama offers delicious, fresh food with friendly service. The staff is attentive and professional, creating a welcoming atmosphere. Whether trying the menu of the day or a regular dish, the prices are reasonable. Highly recommended for a satisfying dining experience.”

4.7 Superb233 Reviews
Yuk Jun Gui 4105 150th St, Flushing Korean • $$

“Yuk Jun Gui is a beloved Korean BBQ spot in Flushing, serving authentic and delicious dishes. The restaurant is known for its generous portions of mom-made side dishes and flavorful meats. Must-try dishes include the spicy dipping sauce, BBQ eel, and tripe. The owner takes great care of customers, making everyone feel like family.”

4.6 Superb77 Reviews

“Seneca Garden Corporation is a neighborhood gem offering delicious Polish cuisine, including pierogies, schnitzels, and more. The friendly staff provides exceptional service, helping customers navigate the menu. The cozy atmosphere and excellent quality of homemade food make each visit a delightful experience.”

5 Superb53 Reviews

“Joon Omakase is a culinary haven in Flushing, NY, offering an unforgettable omakase experience. The restaurant is known for its impeccable fresh and matured sushi and sashimi, showcasing the mastery of its skilled chefs. The chefs are not only skilled but also friendly and welcoming, adding to the delightful ambiance. The restaurant's dedication to perfection is evident in every detail, from the meticulous presentation to the exceptional flavors. The $140 sashimi course, for example, comes with an abundance of dishes, including oysters, steamed egg with mushrooms, miso soup, grilled fish, crab legs, tempura, dumplings, salad, and spicy fish soup. With its modern and clean atmosphere, Joon Omakase is a must-visit for anyone craving an exceptional omakase experience.”

4.7 Superb124 Reviews

“Cypress Cafe & Bar is a cozy and welcoming establishment with exceptional service. Their sandwich options, such as the pesto sandwich and BEC on an everything bagel, are highly praised. The bacon egg and cheese on a bagel is a customer favorite. The coffee at Cypress Inn is especially noteworthy, with a rich aroma and delightful flavors. Customers appreciate the attention to detail and quality ingredients in every meal and beverage, making for a consistently enjoyable dining experience.”

5 Superb46 Reviews

“JeunJu Korean Restaurant offers delicious, homemade Korean dishes in a cozy, local atmosphere. The friendly service and perfect portions make it a must-visit spot for comforting stews and noodles. With unlimited banchan and kind owners, it's a charming place for a heartwarming meal.”

4.4 Superb78 Reviews
Sambak Sambabzip 41-11 150th St, Flushing Korean • $$

“Sambak Sambabzip offers an excellent dining experience. The restaurant serves a variety of side dishes, including grilled mackerel, steamed pork, and fresh vegetables, which are all delicious. The staff, including the owner, are friendly and attentive. The portions are generous, and the prices are reasonable. Visitors can enjoy a peaceful atmosphere, and the restaurant is a great option for a healthy meal, with options like sam beop with various vegetables and a special sauce.”

4.7 Superb27 Reviews
Daesung korean Noodle 45-04 162nd St, Flushing Korean • $$

“Daesung Korean Noodle offers a delightful dining experience. The restaurant features a modern and stylish setting that attracts attention from the outside. The staff, led by Miss Kim, are friendly and provide excellent service. The menu features a range of dishes, including seafood pancake, which is praised for its crispy exterior and juicy interior. The signature wide noodle and tofu noodle soup are also highly recommended. Overall, the restaurant provides a well-rounded experience with good food, service, and ambiance, making it a great destination to visit.”

4.6 Superb105 Reviews
Taipei Hong 136-55 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Taiwanese • $

“Taipei Hong offers authentic and flavorful Taiwanese food at very reasonable prices. The beef noodle soup and stinky tofu are recommended. The chilli sauce is hot, so be cautious. Seating is limited in the small food court setting, but the customer service is patient and friendly. Popular for takeout, especially for the delicious popcorn chicken. Overall, a great place for a quick, cheap, and tasty meal.”

4.4 Superb47 Reviews
Dosa Hutt 4563 Bowne St, Flushing Indian • $

“Dosa Hutt offers delicious South Indian food at reasonable prices. The idlis are soft, and the sambar is a standout, unlike others in the country. The dosas and uttapam are flavorful, with fillings like paneer that stand out. The chutneys, especially the coconut green chutney, are perfectly seasoned and delicious. Overall, a place highly recommended for authentic South Indian cuisine that has been consistent for years.”

4.3 Superb71 Reviews
Aria Kabab 72-55 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Afghan • $

“Aria Kabab Restaurant offers a pleasant dining experience. The staff, led by Faizal Khan, provides excellent service, with a friendly and humorous approach. The restaurant is known for its quick service, with orders fulfilled promptly. The food is delicious, and everything arrives on time. With a 100% halal menu, Aria Kabab is a great option for locals and tourists alike. The restaurant is kid-friendly and deserves a high recommendation.”

4.5 Superb95 Reviews
Fu Yuan 135-43 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Chinese • $

“Fu Yuan is a hidden gem near the Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue entrance to the 7 Train. This cash-only spot offers delicious curry fish ball rice noodles with peanut soy sauce, as well as minced beef porridge. The food is always fresh and piping hot, with generous portions available in both large and medium sizes. Despite the no-frills ambiance and lack of seating, the quality of the dishes makes it a must-visit for those in the area.”

4.6 Superb53 Reviews
Parksanbal 41-10 162nd St, Flushing Korean • $

“Parksanbal is a hidden gem known for its wholesome Korean beef with cabbage soup, offering a choice of spicy or non-spicy. The restaurant has a unique soup rice style from North Korea, despite having non-Asian staff. The small kitchen allows diners to observe the staff at work. While the soup had a slightly sour taste, it was not impressive enough for one reviewer to return. Despite the hype, another visitor felt underwhelmed by the $20 price tag per bowl, questioning the authenticity due to the lack of Korean workers and customers. Despite the mixed reviews, Parksanbal attracts a crowd, with a decent wait time and a bustling atmosphere.”

4.2 Good77 Reviews
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Sodam

Sodam 156-50 Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $$

“Sodam restaurant offers excellent food that is not too greasy or fatty. They serve a variety of dishes, including the famous K chicken wings, buckwheat cold noodles, pork ribs, soondubu, spicy pork with rice skillet, and marinated soy and garlic wings. Customers appreciate the warm and spicy flavors of the meals. The restaurant provides fantastic service and is a great choice for lunch or dinner.”

4.5 Superb55 Reviews
El Patron 194-01 Northern Blvd, Flushing Mexican • $$

“El Patron is a restaurant that offers excellent food and drinks, with unique presentations such as serving drinks in bottles or skulls. The guacamole is fresh and delicious, and dishes like enchiladas, burrito, and Bandeja Paisa are highly recommended. The customer service is friendly, and the ambiance is enhanced by the art decoration throughout the place. A great option for a hidden gem in Flushing.”

4.4 Superb86 Reviews
더 바삭 The Basac 158-09B Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $$

“The Basac is a small yet vibrant Korean restaurant tucked away in Murray Hill, Queens. Despite its unassuming exterior, the interior is cool and lively, with recycled shipping containers and black sharpie doodles adorning the walls, creating a unique and welcoming atmosphere. The menu at The Basac offers a variety of comforting Korean dishes, from the delicious Sanuki Udon with its thick, firm, and bouncy noodles and a flavorful broth, to the Fried Rice Wrapped with Omelette, which boasts a complex blend of smokiness, sweetness, and tanginess. The Katsu, pounded to order and perfectly fried, is a standout, as are the Tteok-bokki (spicy rice cakes) on skewers. The Basac is praised for its friendly and welcoming owners, as well as its reasonable prices. While it may be a bit out of the way for some, many customers are willing to make the trek to enjoy the fresh, tasty, and comforting dishes served at this unique Korean restaurant.”

4.5 Superb50 Reviews

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“CHOCHO Hot Pot Premium All You Can Eat offers an enjoyable dining experience with attentive staff, a wide selection of ingredients, and thoughtful touches. The restaurant provides a two-hour limit for the all-you-can-eat hot pot, allowing diners to indulge in a variety of meats, seafood, vegetables, and tofu. Customers can also create their own sauces and enjoy the convenience of covered pots to prevent burns. After the meal, guests can choose between vanilla or matcha ice cream topped with a cute panda marshmallow. While the service is generally praised, there have been some instances of forgetfulness from the staff. Overall, CHOCHO Hot Pot Premium All You Can Eat is a recommended destination for those craving a delightful hot pot experience.”

4.3 Superb154 Reviews
Satay 46-01 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Malaysian • $

“Satay is a cozy restaurant with a mom and pop feel, offering delicious and authentic food. The menu includes options like chicken rice, satay beef, fried beef rice noodles, and rich Curry Mee with Yong Tofu. The service is quick, friendly, and attentive, making it family-friendly. While the interior is not renovated, it is well-maintained. The place is bustling, especially on Tuesday evenings, and although the decor could use an upgrade, the overall experience is enjoyable.”

4.2 Good80 Reviews
Pho Hoang 41-01 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Vietnamese • $

“Pho Hoang is a comfortable and welcoming restaurant serving a variety of dishes, including noodle soup, rice plates, and BBQ roast meats. The pho is particularly notable, with many considering it the best in NYC. The service is great, with attentive staff and prompt service. The portions are generous, and the prices are reasonable. The restaurant has recently been remodeled, making it a bright and spacious spot to enjoy a meal with friends or solo.”

3.9 Good146 Reviews

“Main Street Imperial Taiwanese Gourmet is a restaurant that offers delicious and authentic Taiwanese home-cooked food. The oyster omelette is a must-try, being hailed as one of the best in the United States. Other popular dishes include the cabbage, braised pork, and rice. The meat served in the restaurant is unique, being fattier but more fragrant, with a hint of minced meat and oil. Spicy food lovers will enjoy the special chili pepper added to the dishes, which gives a fragrant flavor without being too spicy. The restaurant also offers stir-fried rice cake, shredded pork and bamboo, leek and cuttlefish, and a tofu dish. The service is fast and efficient, and the food is served at the right temperature. The restaurant has a comfortable and authentic Taiwanese atmosphere, with most customers and staff speaking Chinese. Cash is the only accepted mode of payment.”

3.9 Good59 Reviews
Hunan Cafe 137-40 Northern Blvd, Flushing Seafood • $$

“Hunan Cafe is a must-visit for Chinese food lovers. The dishes are delicious, especially the fish head, poke liver, and Hunan special meat. The service is attentive - they adjust the spiciness level to your preference. A Chinese expat praised the authenticity of the flavors, recommending it to fellow Hunan cuisine enthusiasts. Despite being in New York, this restaurant pleasantly surprised with its flavorful offerings, making it a go-to spot for those craving authentic Hunan dishes.”

3.9 Good54 Reviews
Henan Feng Wei 136-31 41st Ave, Flushing Chinese • $

“Henan Feng Wei is a hidden gem serving delicious food with generous portions. The noodles and mutton rou jia mo are standouts, while the lamb noodle soup and lamb burger are also excellent. The staff is welcoming, and prices are great. Note that language may be a barrier, but the food is worth the visit.”

4.2 Good55 Reviews
Martiniello's IV 2249 College Point Blvd, Flushing Pizza • $

“Martiniello's IV is a family-run restaurant known for its friendly service and delicious pizza. The owner, welcoming and kind, offers a variety of pizza specials and combinations. The pizza has great flavor and is not soggy. The menu also includes tasty pasta dishes, such as Pasta Alfredo with chicken and Pasta Bolognese. Customers can enjoy a pleasant dining experience and may even receive a complimentary sauce recommendation.”

4.4 Superb22 Reviews

“ShiMiaoDao Yunnan Rice Noodle in Queens offers tasty, balanced meals at an affordable price. The Original Crossing Bridge noodles with Beef slices are a popular choice, served piping hot and fast. The Spicy Beef rice noodle is perfect for cold weather, with free noodle refills available. The Tomato and mushroom noodle soups are flavorful and come with a good amount of toppings. The restaurant provides a clean and quiet atmosphere, making it a great spot for conversations with friends. A nice, cheap, and quick meal option with generous portions for sharing.”

4.2 Good46 Reviews
Fortune Garden 195-12 47th Ave, Flushing Chinese • $

“Fortune Garden is a highly recommended Chinese restaurant known for its consistent quality and generous portions. The chicken and broccoli combo platter is a standout dish, praised for its fresh, well-balanced flavors. The owners and staff are described as friendly and pleasant, providing excellent service. Customers appreciate the restaurant's cleanliness and A-rating, making it a reliable choice for a good meal.”

4.7 Superb9 Reviews
Vincenzo's Pizza 168-19 Union Tpke, Flushing Pizza • $

“Vincenzo's Pizza offers a large selection of specialty combo pizzas like chicken Marsala and shrimp Alfredo. Customers enjoy dishes like cheeseburgers and buffalo chicken pie, praising the friendly staff and great atmosphere. The plain slice is described as phenomenal with the right amount of sauce and not too oily. The restaurant is loved for its family-friendly environment, making it a recommended spot for a delicious meal.”

4.1 Good47 Reviews
Kalamaki GR 2906 172nd St, Flushing Greek • $$

“Kalamaki GR is a cozy hidden gem off Francis Lewis Blvd, known for their delicious Greek dishes. Their spinach pie and Greek salad with crispy pita bread are highly recommended. The grilled octopus and mixed grill platter for 2, served with lemon potatoes, are must-tries. Portions are generous, perfect for sharing. Don't miss out on their Greek yogurt dessert. The friendly service and attention to detail make dining here a pleasant experience. Whether dining in or taking out, Kalamaki GR is a place worth returning to for a flavorful meal with family and friends.”

4.1 Good36 Reviews
Rong Chinese Restaurant 133-42 39th Ave #104, Flushing Chinese • $$$$

“I was given the rong dish, and the service treated me rongly, got exactly what I was looking for, feels like home. I will come again if I ever visit those parts in my life time again, I was intrigued by the name of your establishment, and my interest paid off. I got the rong food, and yet the right food.”

4.1 Good21 Reviews
The King Of 108th 37-55 108th St, Flushing Latin American • $

“The King Of 108th offers fresh and delicious food at affordable prices. While their empanadas are good, standout menu items include burritos, shrimp tacos, pechuga a la plancha, and chimis. Don't forget to try their natural juices and batidos, known to be the best. The service and atmosphere may be simple, but the food consistently delivers. Be sure to ask for extra green sauce.”

3.9 Good11 Reviews
8090 Taiwan Cuisine 133-35 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Taiwanese • $

“8090 Taiwan Cuisine, located in the New York Food Court, Flushing, is a popular spot for a quick and affordable meal. The restaurant is known for its Taiwanese-style sizzling steak and pork chop dishes, served with a bed of noodles, raw egg, and a choice of sauces. Meals come on a sizzling cast iron platter and are made fresh to order. The menu is substantial, with options ranging from $17 to $25. Meals come with a side of salad and iced jasmine tea, and diners can also opt for additional sides such as salt and pepper fried squid and fried chicken leg quarters. With no tipping required and a casual, cafeteria-style atmosphere, 8090 Taiwan Cuisine is a great option for a quick and satisfying meal.”

3.5 Good40 Reviews
Gyro Corner NYC 3269 Francis Lewis Blvd, Flushing Greek • $

“Gyro Corner NYC is a bustling spot with quick turnaround times and friendly, efficient staff. Their gyro platters are a highlight, with tender and tasty meat, and generous portion sizes. Sides like Greek salad, lemon potatoes, and rice pilaf complement the meals well. The chicken fingers and spinach pie are also popular choices, making Gyro Corner a must-visit for delicious Greek cuisine.”

3.8 Good49 Reviews

“CHOCHO Hot Pot Premium All You Can Eat offers an enjoyable dining experience with attentive staff, a wide selection of ingredients, and thoughtful touches. The restaurant provides a two-hour limit for the all-you-can-eat hot pot, allowing diners to indulge in a variety of meats, seafood, vegetables, and tofu. Customers can also create their own sauces and enjoy the convenience of covered pots to prevent burns. After the meal, guests can choose between vanilla or matcha ice cream topped with a cute panda marshmallow. While the service is generally praised, there have been some instances of forgetfulness from the staff. Overall, CHOCHO Hot Pot Premium All You Can Eat is a recommended destination for those craving a delightful hot pot experience.”

4.3 Superb154 Reviews
Tavern 157 157-12 Northern Blvd, Flushing Wine Bar • $$$

“Tavern 157 offers a delightful dining experience with its creative and thoughtful decor. The food is consistently delicious, from the appetizing appetizers to the flavorful entrees like the Wagyu burger, Beef rib with bone marrow, duck breast and foie gras, and braised short rib & bone marrow. The service is attentive yet unobtrusive, making it a great choice for a date night or dinner with friends.”

4.3 Superb129 Reviews
Ayna Agra 213-35 39th Ave, Queens Indian • $$

“Ayna Agra, nestled on 39th Ave, is a hidden gem for Indian cuisine enthusiasts. This establishment provides a warm welcome, attentive service, and exceptional food, making every visit a culinary delight. The menu boasts masterpieces of flavor and consistency, including chicken tikka masala, aromatic biryanis, beef karma, and chicken vibdaloo, which is noted for its spicy kick. The restaurant's clean and classy atmosphere, complete with traditional music, makes for a memorable dining experience. With its authentic and exquisite Indian cuisine, Ayna Agra is a top choice for those seeking a true taste of India.”

4.4 Superb60 Reviews

24 Hour Restaurants

“Customer service is disrespectful at night if you want to be on your phone all night (until 2am) instead of working find something else sandwiches are ok someone ask you to toast the bread please toast it instead of saying no”

4.3 Superb9 Reviews
39 Kings Cafe 39-07 Prince St, Flushing Dim Sum • $

“39 Kings Cafe offers exceptional food and friendly service in a welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy dishes like Grilled Pork Chop Instant Noodle Soup, Fung Chow Fried Rice, and curry seafood rice, all made with fresh flavors. Open late, this affordable cafe is a great spot to grab a meal, and don't forget to try their unique drinks, like honeydew-flavored bubble tea.”

3.9 Good73 Reviews

“Yasmin Halal Grill is a restaurant that offers a classic Halal experience. The truck, located on the corner of Cooper Ave and 80th, provides a range of flavorful and fresh dishes. Customers can expect friendly service from Abdul and Yasmin, with dishes such as the lamb gyro, which is described as extremely tender and filled with flavor. The rice has a unique color and pairs well with the fresh salad, made with a spring mix. The portions are generous, and the prices are reasonable, leaving customers feeling full and satisfied. Yasmin Halal Grill is open 24 hours, making it a convenient option for a quick bite or a satisfying meal at any time of the day.”

4 Good12 Reviews
Byung Chun Soondae 15603 Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $

“Byung Chun Soondae is a 24-hour Korean hangover soup restaurant in New York City, Flushing. It's a popular spot for late-night hangouts after drinking with friends. The menu includes delicious sundaeguk with salted shrimp and pickled onions. Customers highly recommend the sundae soup set and soft tofu stew, with many praising the grilled sundae as the standout dish.”

3.5 Good56 Reviews
C W Allstar Deli 6274 Fresh Pond Road # 30, Flushing Deli • $

“Frequently shop here as they have good products, great beer, and make a mean sandwich. The guys who work and own the place are super friendly and good family men. Definitely stop by if you need something local and at a good price, or better yet a great sandwich”

3.7 Good3 Reviews
Amy's Deli 7106 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Deli • $

“Amy's Deli is a 24-hour establishment located conveniently across the street from a resident. The deli offers a wide variety of products, including sandwiches, breakfast items, cold and hot drinks, and snacks. Customers praise the business for its friendly service, excellent customer service, and willingness to go above and beyond. A popular item on the menu is the honey glaze turkey on a roll, which is described as delicious.”

3.5 Good19 Reviews
Dunkin' 7016 Northern Blvd, Flushing Coffee Shops • $

“Dunkin' offers a mixed experience. While some find the customer service lacking, others appreciate the convenience of the order kiosk and the friendly service. The location provides seating for those who prefer to dine in. Vegetarian options are available, and the menu clearly indicates ingredients for dietary restrictions. The restaurant offers ample parking and is kid-friendly with a variety of food and ice cream options. Additionally, the wheelchair accessibility with large doors caters to all customers.”

3.5 Good47 Reviews
Danny's Deli 59-24 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Deli • $

“Danny's Deli is a hidden gem with excellent quality food, including great sandwiches. The staff is friendly and courteous, providing excellent service. Although the tables may be a bit dingy, the restaurant has a nice selection of basic grocery items. Open late, it's a convenient option for a decent meal. Despite some inconsistencies in service, the overall experience is positive, making it a deserving spot for more attention.”

3.3 Good24 Reviews
Dunkin' 15367 Horace Harding Expy, Flushing Coffee Shops • $

“Dunkin is a restaurant with a nice seating area, although it can be too sunny in some spots. The staff is friendly and welcoming, with some employees going above and beyond to provide excellent service. The restaurant has undergone recent upgrades, making it a clean and comfortable place to visit. Parking is also available. While some workers may not be as knowledgeable about making drinks, the restaurant's menu and atmosphere are generally well-received.”

3.2 Average67 Reviews
Mars Deli 44-47 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Deli • $

“Mars Deli serves flavorful breakfast dishes, including home fries, at a great value. Their chef is a standout, and the portions are generous for the cost. While there may be some issues with debit card charges, the food and service make up for it, making it a reliable choice for breakfast orders via Grubhub.”

2.8 Average34 Reviews
Dunkin' 9925 Horace Harding Expy, Flushing Coffee Shops • $

“Dunkin' offers quick service with a focus on drinks, available in various flavors and milk alternatives such as Oat Milk and Almon Milk. The quality of drinks can vary depending on the server or cashier, with some employees crafting perfect drinks and others struggling to get the ratio of flavors right. The atmosphere is casual, with no seating available, but kid-friendly staff make it a welcoming spot for families.”

2.8 Average38 Reviews
Taco Bell 172-12 Northern Blvd, Flushing Fast Food • $

“Taco Bell is a popular destination for quick and flavorful meals. While some reviewers have had mixed experiences, the food is consistently praised for being "slap" and satisfying. However, some staff members have been reported as rude. The restaurant's facilities could be improved, as one reviewer had to change their child on the dirty floor due to the lack of changing tables in the bathrooms. The ice machines were also not functioning at the time of visit. On a positive note, the parking lot is spacious, and ordering online can be a convenient and rewarding option.”

3 Average101 Reviews
La Abundancia 6310 Broadway, Flushing Colombian • $

“La Abundancia is a neighborhood gem serving Colombian food 24/7. The menu includes fried fish fillets, plantains, white rice, and green beans, all delicious. The attentive service allows for a relaxed dining experience, with quick service and a variety of dishes. Customers can also enjoy Colombian baked goods at any time, making it a convenient spot in the area. With reasonable prices and daily specials, it's a go-to place for a satisfying meal.”

2.7 Average52 Reviews
McDonald's 72-69 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Fast Food • $

“McDonald's is a reliable spot for a satisfying meal. The service is quick and efficient, with friendly and respectful staff. The food is hot, fresh, and delicious, meeting expectations. The restaurant is clean and well-maintained, creating a pleasant dining atmosphere. This McDonald's has a loyal following and is known for its excellent staff, who do their jobs well. While it may not have the nostalgic charm of a childhood playground, it still serves its purpose as a popular spot for young adults.”

2.6 Average103 Reviews
Yoi Sushi 133-22 39th Ave, Flushing Japanese • $$

“Yoi Sushi in Flushing is a popular spot with delicious and fresh sushi. The staff is friendly and attentive, making sure every visit is enjoyable. The recent renovations have enhanced the atmosphere, and the prices are fair for the quality and quantity of food. Customers appreciate the generous cuts of sashimi and special anniversary dinner deal for $49, which was worth it. However, some mention a middle-aged man who can be perceived as mean, but overall, Yoi Sushi is a go-to place for sushi lovers in Flushing.”

4.3 Superb81 Reviews
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Dae Bak

Dae Bak 146-06 34th Ave, Flushing Korean • $$

“Dae Bak is an authentic Korean restaurant that offers a delightful dining experience. The menu features a variety of traditional Korean dishes, including the beloved chicken soup, Gamjatang (pork bone soup), boiled white pancakes, and green onion pancakes, all of which are praised for their exceptional taste. The pork ribs are also a standout, described as "really delicious." The friendly staff and cozy atmosphere add to the overall charm of the restaurant. Diners can also enjoy stir-fried rice after indulging in the main dishes. With ample parking available in the back, Dae Bak is a must-visit destination for those seeking a genuine taste of Korean cuisine.”

4.7 Superb20 Reviews

“Han Joo(한주) is a top spot for Korean pork belly, reminiscent of South Korea's flavors. With consistent quality over 20 years, it's a beloved choice. Enjoy the kimchi and radish, along with the quick-cooked, flavorful pork belly. While the staff can seem rushed, the experience is authentically Korean, not touristy. Indulge in the soybean paste marinated pork belly on a crystal grill, served by efficient but friendly ladies. Don't forget to pair it with a bottle of soju for the full pork heaven experience.”

4.1 Good57 Reviews

Takeout Restaurants

Amore Pizza 30-30 Stratton St, Flushing Pizza • $

“Amore Pizza offers amazing pizza with their signature sauce that is a New York City favorite. Despite slightly overbaked crust, the overall experience is great. The regular cheese pie comes highly recommended. The thin crust pizza with the perfect taste is worth traveling from Long Island for. The homey vibes add to the experience. Their subs are also delicious and generously portioned. Located within walking distance for some, this cash-only place is a hidden gem in Queens. Despite the unassuming exterior, the pizza is heavenly, reminiscent of childhood favorites. The cheese, sauce, and crust are all perfectly balanced. A visit to Amore Pizza guarantees a delightful and nostalgic pizza experience that is sure to bring you back for more.”

4.2 Good120 Reviews
Peking BBQ 58-11 Woodside Ave, Flushing Peruvian • $

“Peking BBQ is a restaurant known for its delicious and memorable ribs, which are tender, moist, and well-seasoned. The rotisserie chicken is another standout, praised for its juiciness and flavorful meat. The restaurant offers a variety of sides, including a green sauce that enhances the flavor of the ribs. While some customers found the price to be slightly higher than at other restaurants, many felt that the portion sizes and quality of the food made it worthwhile. The service is described as kind and understanding, even when there are minor mix-ups with orders. The restaurant's seating is simple, making it a great place to enjoy a meal and then move on. Overall, Peking BBQ is a recommended establishment for those looking for delicious Chinese barbecue.”

4.2 Good95 Reviews
Rico Pan Bakery 58-13 Woodside Ave, Flushing Bakery • $

“Rico Pan Bakery in Queens is known as the best Colombian bakery around. Their pan de bono is fresh and perfectly baked, not dry at all. The empanadas are a favorite, both fried and baked, and very affordable. The modern and clean bakery offers a variety of pastries and sweets. Quick and kind service, with warm and delicious options available, make it a great choice for a tasty and budget-friendly meal.”

4.7 Superb39 Reviews
Piccolo Sogno 195-14 47th Ave, Flushing Italian • $$

“Piccolo Sogno is a great family-oriented restaurant in Queens with excellent food and friendly staff. They offer plenty of free street parking and are kid-friendly. The menu has a wide variety of delicious options, including the best eggplant parmigiana. Whether dining in or ordering takeout, customers can expect consistent quality and exceptional service. The owner goes above and beyond to make guests feel welcome and appreciated.”

4.5 Superb73 Reviews
X-tra Cheese Pizza 14720 Northern Blvd, Flushing Pizza • $

“X-tra Cheese Pizza is the go-to spot for delicious, old school slices that are just the right amount of crispy. The friendly and professional staff make every visit welcoming. Whether you're a fan of pepperoni, plain, Sicilian, Hawaiian, or any other combo, this place has got you covered. With top-notch food like pizza, stromboli, sausage, and ziti, it's no wonder customers keep coming back for more.”

4.6 Superb49 Reviews
Maxi’s Noodle 2 59-20 Main St, Flushing Chinese • $

“Maxi's Noodle 2 is a restaurant known for its great food, offering a variety of dishes such as wontons, dumplings, and Dace fish ball in noodles. The wontons and dumplings are described as meaty, fresh, and big, making them worth the money. However, there have been instances when crispy fish skin was not available. The restaurant has a rating of 9 for cuisine, 7 for service, decor, and value, and an overall rating of 9. Maxi's Noodle 2 has been a favorite of many since its early days as a pop-up on Kissena Blvd. The restaurant's story of fulfilling a mother's dream has touched the hearts of many, making it a go-to place for those in downtown Flushing. Maxi's Noodle 2 offers a mix of wontons and dumplings, with the wontons containing 90% shrimp and 10% pork, and the dumplings having more pork with a bit of black fungus, but still heavily shrimp-based. The beef stew noodle soup is also a popular item, with tender and well-marinated meat and hints of five spice in the broth. Although the prices have increased due to rising rents, the restaurant still offers an excellent product for what customers pay. However, some items like the dace fish paste and ja jiang dry noodles have received mixed reviews. Overall, Maxi's Noodle 2 is a great place to try out, especially for its wontons, dumplings, and beef stew noodle soup.”

4.5 Superb68 Reviews
Primo Amore 34-33 Francis Lewis Blvd, Flushing Italian • $$

“Primo Amore is a great spot for special occasions and gatherings. The food is consistently fresh, tasty, and expertly prepared, with standout dishes like lamb chops and veal oso bucco. The service is spot on, with friendly and courteous staff. The chef often checks in to ensure everything is okay. The restaurant offers a price fix option and has a small parking lot on the side. Overall, Primo Amore is highly recommended for its delicious food and excellent service.”

4.5 Superb66 Reviews

“Joe’s Steam Rice Roll is a popular spot known for their signature rice rolls, slightly pricier but worth it. The small seating area might not be ideal for lingering, but the soft and filling rice rolls make up for it. The Joe’s Special, filled with various proteins and veggies, topped with soy sauce and chili oil, is a classic choice. The peanut butter sauce is a must-try addition to enhance the flavors. Located in a food hall, the atmosphere is reminiscent of those in Hong Kong. Get your food, add your own sauces, and enjoy the delicious chewy rice noodle rolls at Joe’s Steam Rice Roll.”

4.4 Superb103 Reviews
Java Day 160-9 Northern Blvd, Flushing Cafe • $

“Java Day is a cozy cafe with plenty of seating, serving food and coffee. The menu features dishes such as the California on a bagel and French toast with banana, walnuts, and cinnamon. The coffee is delicious, and the food is well-prepared, with options for breakfast and snacks. The atmosphere is casual, with a homey feel, although some may find it a bit outdated with its artificial ivy vines and autumn leaves decorations. However, the service can be inconsistent, with some reviewers experiencing long wait times and mistakes with their orders. Overall, Java Day is a good option for a casual breakfast or snack, but may not be the best choice for those looking for a refined dining experience.”

4.4 Superb99 Reviews

“Peking Duck Sandwich Stall is a street take-out window offering Peking Duck Bao buns for $2.50 each, filled with a piece of duck. The buns are described as tasty, soft with a slight sweetness, and the duck as tender. However, some customers find the sauce quantity to be a bit too much. Despite the quick service, which can come off as slightly rude, it's a great option for a meal or a snack on-the-go. Some customers recommend ordering extra buns, while others express their wish for a bit more duck in their buns. Nonetheless, it's considered a great value for the price.”

4.5 Superb58 Reviews
San Cafe 56-34 61st St, Flushing Cafe • $

“San Cafe is a hidden gem for bakery aficionados, offering a variety of impressive treats. The bakery's items, such as fruit tart, polish donuts, poppyseed roll, and wafers, are beyond delicious and not overly sweet, showcasing the skill and passion of the baker. The coffee is great, and the bakery is kid-friendly. The small, hole-in-the-wall place has a selection of herbal teas, including some unique options, and the bakery case is heavenly, with pastries that look delicious.”

4.4 Superb21 Reviews
Sodam 156-50 Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $$

“Sodam restaurant offers excellent food that is not too greasy or fatty. They serve a variety of dishes, including the famous K chicken wings, buckwheat cold noodles, pork ribs, soondubu, spicy pork with rice skillet, and marinated soy and garlic wings. Customers appreciate the warm and spicy flavors of the meals. The restaurant provides fantastic service and is a great choice for lunch or dinner.”

4.5 Superb55 Reviews
El Patron 194-01 Northern Blvd, Flushing Mexican • $$

“El Patron is a restaurant that offers excellent food and drinks, with unique presentations such as serving drinks in bottles or skulls. The guacamole is fresh and delicious, and dishes like enchiladas, burrito, and Bandeja Paisa are highly recommended. The customer service is friendly, and the ambiance is enhanced by the art decoration throughout the place. A great option for a hidden gem in Flushing.”

4.4 Superb86 Reviews
더 바삭 The Basac 158-09B Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $$

“The Basac is a small yet vibrant Korean restaurant tucked away in Murray Hill, Queens. Despite its unassuming exterior, the interior is cool and lively, with recycled shipping containers and black sharpie doodles adorning the walls, creating a unique and welcoming atmosphere. The menu at The Basac offers a variety of comforting Korean dishes, from the delicious Sanuki Udon with its thick, firm, and bouncy noodles and a flavorful broth, to the Fried Rice Wrapped with Omelette, which boasts a complex blend of smokiness, sweetness, and tanginess. The Katsu, pounded to order and perfectly fried, is a standout, as are the Tteok-bokki (spicy rice cakes) on skewers. The Basac is praised for its friendly and welcoming owners, as well as its reasonable prices. While it may be a bit out of the way for some, many customers are willing to make the trek to enjoy the fresh, tasty, and comforting dishes served at this unique Korean restaurant.”

4.5 Superb50 Reviews
Cocohodo 158-7 Northern Blvd, Flushing Cafe • $

“Cocohodo is a restaurant known for its Hodo, a traditional Korean walnut pastry. The Hodo is made to perfection, tasting just like it would in South Korea. The restaurant also offers coffee and shaved ice with red beans, which are highly recommended. The dessert menu includes a mochi taiyaki, a warm and chewy treat with a red bean filling, and various shaved ice options. The black sesame shaved ice is big enough to share, while the green tea shaved ice comes with a generous amount of nuts and seeds. The restaurant has a self-serve kiosk for easy ordering and offers various packages of Hodo for take-out or as gifts. It is important to note that Hodo contains walnuts and may cause allergic reactions for some individuals. The taiyaki can be overcooked at times, and the ice cream taiyaki may melt quickly due to the heat of the freshly made taiyaki. The hot drinks, such as the ginger and jujube, are best enjoyed mixed together. The walnut pastries are a bit pricey but are made fresh with a red bean filling that is not overly sweet.”

4.4 Superb76 Reviews
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Chiflez

Chiflez 95-02 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Latin American • $$

“Chiflez is a highly recommended restaurant that offers delicious food and excellent service. The menu includes tasty and filling dishes such as lomo saltado and leche tigre, as well as meat-filled baskets recommended for starters. The staff, including waitresses Johana and Jin, are known for being attentive, friendly, and helpful, making customers feel comfortable and well cared for. The restaurant also offers delicious margaritas and mojitos, which are a must-try. Overall, Chiflez is a favorite spot for many, providing a great dining experience.”

4.2 Good118 Reviews
The Upper Crust Queens 67-11 Main St, Flushing Kosher • $$

“The Upper Crust Queens offers delicious food like Cali Poppers, Margarita pizza, and Truffle fries. The service is friendly and attentive, making it a great spot for celebrations. The staff, like Gabe, ensure everything is to your liking. Perfect for a date or birthday dinner with a side room for smaller parties.”

4.2 Good95 Reviews
Jongro BBQ Flushing 155-14 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Korean • $$

“Jongro BBQ Flushing is known for its high-quality Korean barbeque and extensive selection of banchan and side dishes. The staff is friendly, attentive, and honest in helping customers determine the right portion sizes to avoid food waste. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere with wooden tables and fairy lights, making it a great place to catch up with friends on cold days. However, the food is slightly pricey and may not be the most memorable, but the unique ambiance makes up for it. Parking can be a bit challenging due to the full parking lot.”

4.2 Good92 Reviews

Drive-Thru Restaurants

Carvel 171-15 Northern Blvd, Flushing Ice Cream Shop • $$

“Carvel offers incredibly smooth and rich soft serve, top-notch sundaes, and shakes. The staff greets customers with a sweet smile and goes above and beyond to help, like opening doors for those with their hands full. With new management, it remains a great place to grab ice cream and birthday cake, with friendly and speedy service. The clean location is perfect for a post-dinner treat. The patient staff helps customers find the perfect ice cream, ensuring a pleasant experience for all.”

4.2 Good18 Reviews

“Charleys Cheesesteaks and Wings is a restaurant known for its quick service and delicious food, including their shakes which are considered worth the price. The welcoming atmosphere makes it a place where customers have created memorable experiences since 2009. The Philly and Chicken California meals are recommended. While the tables are not always wiped, the restaurant is accessible for disabled customers with dedicated parking spots and ramps. Keep in mind that the parking lot can be busy during peak hours.”

3.7 Good36 Reviews
Wendy's 69-02 Northern Blvd, Flushing Fast Food • $

“Wendy's, a popular fast-food restaurant, has received mixed reviews from customers. While one customer praised the employees for their excellent customer service and handling of a difficult customer, another expressed disappointment with the limited menu options for those with dietary restrictions, suggesting the need for more whole grain and varied food choices. Additionally, a customer mentioned the new rule in New York City requiring customers to request straws, which they found inconvenient. Despite these mixed experiences, the overall consensus seems to be that Wendy's is a reliable fast-food option, though some customers are trying to limit their consumption of such establishments as part of a healthier lifestyle.”

3.2 Average71 Reviews
Carvel 161-02 Union Tpke, Flushing Ice Cream Shop • $

“Carvel offers a delightful dining experience with its fresh and tasty ice cream treats, including the popular two-for-one Sunday special. The air-conditioned setting provides a comfortable atmosphere, and the friendly staff is very helpful. However, some customers have noted concerns about cleanliness, organization, and the high prices. Overall, Carvel is a convenient and enjoyable spot for ice cream lovers, though improvements in customer service and hygiene could enhance the experience.”

2.9 Average37 Reviews
Dunkin' 8922 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Coffee Shops • $

“great service. One of the employees is so funny . my place to relax after work.”

2.4 Poor19 Reviews

KFC

KFC 8715 Northern Blvd, Flushing Chicken • $

“KFC is a renovated restaurant known for its delicious chicken and plentiful side dishes. The staff is friendly, and the bright, clean ambiance is inviting. While some customers miss the wings on the menu, the food remains top-notch. The drive-thru is operational during renovations, allowing customers to enjoy favorites like the 8-piece bucket of extra crispy chicken or the comforting chicken pot pie. The location offers limited parking but is wheelchair accessible, with easy street-level access. With the recent upgrades, KFC continues to be a popular choice for a satisfying meal.”

2.8 Average41 Reviews
McDonald's 3001 Stratton St, Flushing Fast Food • $

“McDonald's is a clean and neat restaurant with fast service. The staff is friendly and helpful. The sandwiches are freshly made. Some customers have had issues with big kids in the playground, though.”

2.9 Average100 Reviews
Wendy's 133-50 Whitestone Expy, Flushing Fast Food • $

“Wendy's has received mixed reviews from customers. While some have had a great experience, others have reported issues with the service and cleanliness. The restaurant's parking area needs improvement, with garbage cans ideally located on the other side of the rest. Orders have been known to take a while, and some customers have received incorrect orders, such as spicy nuggets of the wrong size. However, the breakfast bag has been a popular item, although some found it not filling enough. Overall, Wendy's needs to work on its service and cleanliness to improve customer satisfaction.”

2.8 Average87 Reviews
Taco Bell 31-22 Farrington St, Flushing Fast Food • $

“Taco Bell is a clean and cozy fast-food restaurant with a helpful morning manager. The employees are attentive to food modifications and dietary restrictions, ensuring fresh ingredients and spotless table areas. While the prices are higher than nearby locations and specials are limited, the food quality remains above average. Despite a small hiccup with missing jalapeños in the new Mexican pizza, the staff rectified the mistake promptly. Overall, Taco Bell offers delicious food and a welcoming atmosphere, making it a go-to spot for a satisfying meal.”

2.6 Average59 Reviews
Wendy's 72-32 Broadway, Flushing Fast Food • $

“Wendy's is a neighborhood spot with a welcoming and friendly staff, especially the new faces. The second-floor view is perfect for people-watching and it is conveniently located near the underground train station. The older staff may have stopped caring, but the overall experience is positive. The drink options are limited, with only Ginger ale, Hi-C, and some green options available. It's a great place to stop by, much better than other nearby establishments with rude employees. Accessible to various train lines, Wendy's offers a unique perspective of Queens and a convenient location for a quick bite to eat.”

2.3 Poor53 Reviews
Geo Si Gi Gamjatang 15228 Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $$

“Geo Si Gi Gamjatang is a cozy Korean restaurant offering a variety of affordable dishes. The menu features delicious options like Geo Si Gi Tang, dried cabbage spine soup, and pig's trotters. The restaurant provides high-quality takeout containers and generous portions. The friendly and helpful staff ensure a pleasant dining experience. With its comfortable seating and attentive service, it's a highly recommended spot to try.”

4.1 Good45 Reviews
Los Arrieros 76-02 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Colombian • $$

“Los Arrieros is a Colombian restaurant that offers an exceptional dining experience. The Bandeja Campesina, a popular dish, is cooked to perfection, with the chicharon (pork cracklings) being a standout. The portions are generous, easily feeding two people or one very hungry individual, and the prices are reasonable. Breakfast options, such as rib broth with arepa and cheese, as well as passion fruit juice, are highly recommended. The staff is friendly and attentive, with some speaking English to accommodate diverse customers. Picadas, a Colombian snack, are also a highlight, with the restaurant receiving praise for its incredible food and great hospitality. The portions are generous, and the flavors are exceptional, making Los Arrieros a must-visit spot for those craving authentic Colombian cuisine.”

4.3 Superb46 Reviews
Masala Box 42-02 Bell Blvd, Queens Indian • $$

“Masala Box on Bell Blvd is a local favorite, known for its fresh and delicious food. The Chicken Korma with creamy cashew nut sauce is a must-try, along with the Olive Naan & Stuffed Naan. The hospitable staff ensures a great dining experience, making customers feel welcomed and comfortable. Whether for a group lunch or a cozy date night, this restaurant stands out for its excellent service and amazing Indian cuisine. Don't miss out on this gem!”

4.2 Good74 Reviews

Cheap Eats

Monreale Bakery 5928 Myrtle Ave, Flushing Bakery • $

“Monreale Bakery is a community staple, renowned for its exceptional bread, particularly the Semolina. The pastry shop offers a range of delicious treats, including cannoli puffs and croissants, all made with high-quality ingredients and a clear dedication to excellence. The friendly, family-owned business provides a warm welcome, making customers feel like old friends.”

4.8 Superb25 Reviews
Romeo's 188-08 Union Tpke, Flushing Pizza • $

“Romeo's, located on Union & 188, is a beloved neighborhood staple known for its delicious and consistent food. The restaurant is famous for its classic NY-style pizza with a thin and crispy crust. Their regular cheese pizza, featuring a remarkable sauce and cheese blend, is a popular choice. Additionally, the peppers and onion topping is a customer favorite. Romeo's also offers unique dishes, such as Caesar salad bowls made from pizza dough and a variety of gourmet pizzas, like the Eggplant and Roasted Peppers with fresh Mozzarella. The restaurant is family-friendly and accommodating to dietary restrictions, ensuring there's something for everyone. With exceptional customer service and affordability, Romeo's has become a tradition for many, including those traveling from other states. Free street parking is available on inner residential blocks, making it a convenient choice for a delicious meal.”

4.5 Superb46 Reviews
Bobba Hubba 4032 75th St, Flushing Bubble Tea • $

“Bobba Hubba is a cozy milk tea spot in New York City that stands out from the rest. The creamy milk tea with chewy tapioca is a must-try, though some may prefer a stronger tea flavor. The welcoming owner and warm ambiance create a comfortable atmosphere for enjoying your drink. In addition to classic milk tea, they offer unique flavors like strawberry matcha with fresh fruit pieces. The shop also serves delicious croissants and provides non-dairy options for those with dietary preferences. With decent seating options and clean facilities, Bobba Hubba is a hidden gem worth visiting for a refreshing boba tea experience.”

4.8 Superb23 Reviews
El Novillo 2 1069 Wyckoff Ave, Flushing Mexican • $

“decided to stop by while walking through the neighborhood when a 3 for $5 pork taco deal caught my eye - totally worth it with super filling tacos & hot sauce that was genuinely hot. great food, i believe they have another cart by the myrtle wyckoff station as well that always has a huge line, deals these days in the city are very rare don’t sleep on this place”

5 Superb17 Reviews
Zhu Ji Dumpling House 40-52 Main St, Flushing Chinese • $

“Experience a unique fast food adventure at Zhu Ji Dumpling House, where there's no indoor seating - just order outside! While it may be a bit chaotic with pedestrians passing by, the locals and workers are friendly and accommodating. You can easily order in English, and prices are unbeatable. Don't miss out on trying the chili oil and black vinegar with your dumplings or scallion pancake. The Sheng Jian Bao might not be traditional, but it's tasty. For just $4, enjoy 8 juicy pan-fried dumplings bursting with savory soup. Although the dumpling skin could be crispier, the delicious flavors make up for it. Don't miss this New York City gem for a budget-friendly and satisfying meal!”

4.1 Good57 Reviews

“Isabella's Italian Ices & Ice Cream is a beloved destination for delicious and refreshing treats. This charming shop offers a wide variety of creamy ice cream and flavorful Italian ices, including unique flavors like pistachio, blackberry, and mint chocolate chip. The friendly and knowledgeable staff provides excellent customer service, making everyone feel welcome and part of the family. With reasonable prices and generous portions, it's an ideal spot to cool off on a hot day or enjoy a sweet treat with friends and family. Despite being open only between late spring and early fall, Isabella's is a must-visit, especially considering its survival and thriving after the pandemic. The only drawback is the limited parking, but it's a small price to pay for the delightful experience that awaits.”

4.8 Superb22 Reviews
Flowers & Flour 150-13 Northern Boulevard, Queens Coffee Shops • $

“Flowers & Flour offers a delightful blend of whimsical and traditional bakery experiences, with a touch of unpredictability in item availability. The bakery's kimbap is highly recommended, along with the buttery strawberry jam scone and indulgent spam gimbap. The basque cheesecake steals the show with its perfectly sweetened profile. The seating area is a vibrant haven for warm community gatherings. The staff is prompt, helpful, and accommodating, offering translations and explanations for items labeled in Korean. Despite occasional item shortages, the splendid confections, inviting ambiance, and commendable service make Flowers & Flour a destination worth revisiting for snacks, drinks, and delightful treats.”

4.5 Superb42 Reviews
Cafe Auburndale 192-10 Northern Blvd, Flushing Coffee Shops • $

“Café Auburndale, located in Flushing's Auburndale, is a Korean-styled café that offers a wide variety of drinks, desserts, and products for sale. The café is known for its aesthetic interior, ample seating, and clean restrooms. The café's coffee and lattes, especially the strawberry, chai, and matcha, are popular choices. One standout dish is the mango bingsu, which is described as refreshing and not too sweet. The mochi in the bingsu is fresh and chewy. The café has free Wi-Fi, making it a popular spot for studying or working from home. However, the Wi-Fi can be slow, especially during rush hour when service tends to be slower. Despite this, the café has a positive vibe and is a great place to spend a study day.”

4.3 Superb98 Reviews
Nolbu Nolbu New York 164-25A, 164-25 Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $

“Nolbu Nolbu New York is a Korean restaurant located on Northern Blvd. It is a spacious establishment, although it can be considered a hole-in-the-wall with no notable service. Customers order and pay upfront, then take a seat while waiting for their food. The staff are sweet and polite, and the food is authentic and reasonably priced. The menu includes kimbap, fried rice, and a spicy rice cake dish called rapokki. The fried rice is cooked perfectly with large chunks of bulgogi beef and is served in a large portion with kimchi and soup. Rapokki is made with Korean rice cakes, ramen noodles, eomuk, cabbage leaves, onions, and spicy gochujang sauce. It is sweet, spicy, and addictive with a huge portion. Their kimbap list is extensive, and two of their best-sellers are pork cutlet kimbap and bulgogi kimbap. However, there was an issue with the pork cutlet kimbap tasting off, like a dirty towel. Nolbu Nolbu New York gladly rectified the order and gave complimentary sweet rice drinks. Additionally, they offer crispy chicken tenders that are extra crunchy yet not oily or greasy. The crispy chicken, however, has mostly rice puffs and batter with minimal chicken. Overall, Nolbu Nolbu New York offers delicious and authentic Korean food with some minor issues in their kimbap and crispy chicken dishes. The staff is sweet and apologetic, and they rectify any issues promptly.”

4.1 Good43 Reviews
Vinny's 19901 32nd Ave, Flushing Pizza • $

“Vinny's is a restaurant that offers delicious, reasonably priced food, with a focus on their amazing pizza. The pizza features a good thin crust, tangy sauce, and appropriately topped with cheese. They also excel in their other dishes, which come in generous portions and are reasonably priced. The interior is clean and the staff is accommodating. Vinny's is a popular spot that can get busy during after-school hours, and parking can be a challenge. They offer take-out and delivery services, and are known for their attention to detail, such as adding mozzarella on top of mushroom slices to ensure even heating.”

4.5 Superb38 Reviews

“Pizza Professor Queens is a popular kosher pizzeria known for its wide range of delectable offerings. Their menu boasts an impressive selection, including the irresistible dessert pizza with chocolate and fruity pebbles, as well as the deliciously crafted pineapple pizza. With speedy service, consistent quality, and unbeatable taste, Pizza Professor is the go-to choice for satisfying kosher pizza cravings.”

4.4 Superb54 Reviews
Pho Metro 31-16 Farrington St, Flushing Vietnamese • $

“Pho Metro offers a modern and chic ambiance, creating a welcoming atmosphere. The service is quick and friendly, with staff who are attentive and remember returning customers. While the traditional pho is a popular choice, the restaurant also serves tasty dishes like Bo Luc Lac and summer rolls, the latter of which comes with lettuce wraps for a unique presentation. Although the Bo Luc Lac could be improved, the overall dining experience is enjoyable, with delicious food and excellent service that keeps customers coming back.”

4.3 Superb72 Reviews
Apollo Cafe & Bakery 4102b Delong St, Flushing Bakery • $

“Apollo Cafe & Bakery, located in Flushing, is a cozy Taiwanese bakery known for its delicious baked goods and friendly service. The bakery offers a variety of pastries, including a chocolatey cake-type dessert and a giant pineapple cake pastry with a sweet filling. The breads are praised for their springy, moist, and tender texture. A special offering is the "su(酥)", a flakey pastry with fillings like green bean, red bean, and salted egg yolk. Due to its popularity, it is recommended to visit Apollo Bakery early in the day as many of the good breads sell out before noon.”

4.6 Superb24 Reviews

“Steve's Coffee Shop is a hidden gem with an old-school feel. The food is amazing, with perfectly cooked omelettes, french toast, sausages, and sandwiches. The atmosphere is nice, clean, and quiet, and the staff is friendly and easy-going. Customers leave happy and wanting to come back for more. Highly recommended for a great dining experience.”

4.7 Superb19 Reviews
JD Breakfast & Coffee 154-28 Northern Blvd, Flushing Coffee Shops • $

“JD Breakfast & Coffee is a pleasant restaurant with a good vibe and friendly staff, including a welcoming cashier and a nice boss. The menu offers a variety of tasty food options, suitable for a quick bite on the go or to enjoy while sitting in the indoor or outdoor seating areas. Generous portions and reasonable prices make it a great value. Popular menu items include smoothies, chicken panini, and fries. Customers appreciate the relaxing atmosphere and often return for meals.”

4.4 Superb39 Reviews
Jägerhaus 15-16 149th St, Flushing German • $$

“Jägerhaus is a local German restaurant with a cozy outdoor patio perfect for a nice day. They offer a great selection of German beers and a variety of dishes, including schnitzel. The staff is friendly and attentive, with a willingness to accommodate special requests. With a welcoming atmosphere and a refreshing change from other neighborhood options, Jägerhaus is a great spot to dine with friends or family.”

4.2 Good69 Reviews
Annie's Kitchen 7224 Main St, Flushing Chinese • $$

“Annie's Kitchen is a restaurant known for its high-quality kosher Chinese and sushi options. The fish is fresh, and the rolls are delicious. The service is superb, and the atmosphere is pleasant, making it a great spot for dates, families, or dining alone. While it is a bit expensive, customers find it worth every penny. It is highly recommended for those seeking excellent food and service.”

4.2 Good65 Reviews
Juii C Juice 30-25 Stratton St, Flushing Juice • $$

“Juii C Juice is a remarkable juice and smoothie establishment that has earned the praise of discerning customers. Based on the reviews, their drinks are consistently fresh, delicious, and true to the ingredients ordered. Customers appreciate the honesty and care the staff puts into each order, even accommodating special requests. One reviewer went so far as to say that Juii C Juice serves the best smoothie they've had, not just in New York, but in their entire life. The location may be a bit unassuming, but the quality of the products and the attentive customer service make Juii C Juice a standout choice for those seeking a truly exceptional juice or smoothie experience.”

4.8 Superb12 Reviews
Tori O' Toole's 59-18 Kissena Blvd, Flushing Pubs • $$

“Visited from out of town and went here for drinks with a friend. Bartender was super friendly and the locals were too. It's a cozy spot and I'll definitely be back! There's no food here, but there's a 24hr deli right next door..”

4.9 Superb9 Reviews

“Morena's Kitchen Bar & Restaurant is a cozy and fun spot with a funky and flowing decor. The food is amazing, with dishes like pigeon peas Moro and chicken breast, and the staff is sweet and friendly. The restaurant has a small stage and speaker next to the bar, hosting open mic nights and live entertainment. With a variety of dishes, including sancocho, chicharro, and porkchop, and a selection of drinks, including wine, cocktails, beer, and homemade lemonade, Morena's Kitchen is a great spot to visit, especially if you're in the neighborhood or catching a game at Citi Field.”

5 Superb8 Reviews

“Copper Kettle Bar & Restaurant serves delicious dishes, including corned beef & cabbage, potato skins, cheeseburgers, fish tacos, and Irish breakfast, all made with fresh ingredients. The restaurant offers a great list of cocktails and beers, and the service is friendly and attentive. The outdoor patio is comfortable, and the staff ensures a pleasant dining experience.”

4.2 Good42 Reviews

“Main Street Imperial Taiwanese Gourmet is a restaurant that offers delicious and authentic Taiwanese home-cooked food. The oyster omelette is a must-try, being hailed as one of the best in the United States. Other popular dishes include the cabbage, braised pork, and rice. The meat served in the restaurant is unique, being fattier but more fragrant, with a hint of minced meat and oil. Spicy food lovers will enjoy the special chili pepper added to the dishes, which gives a fragrant flavor without being too spicy. The restaurant also offers stir-fried rice cake, shredded pork and bamboo, leek and cuttlefish, and a tofu dish. The service is fast and efficient, and the food is served at the right temperature. The restaurant has a comfortable and authentic Taiwanese atmosphere, with most customers and staff speaking Chinese. Cash is the only accepted mode of payment.”

3.9 Good59 Reviews
Hunan Cafe 137-40 Northern Blvd, Flushing Seafood • $$

“Hunan Cafe is a must-visit for Chinese food lovers. The dishes are delicious, especially the fish head, poke liver, and Hunan special meat. The service is attentive - they adjust the spiciness level to your preference. A Chinese expat praised the authenticity of the flavors, recommending it to fellow Hunan cuisine enthusiasts. Despite being in New York, this restaurant pleasantly surprised with its flavorful offerings, making it a go-to spot for those craving authentic Hunan dishes.”

3.9 Good54 Reviews
Hoi Polloi NYC 133-36 37th Avenue Tangram, 37-12 Prince Street, 33 39th Ave Tangram, 133, Flushing Sports Bar • $$

“Hoi Polloi NYC is a hip bar within the Tangram complex, featuring friendly and personable bar staff. The bar offers a chill atmosphere with big lawn games, huge TVs above the bar, and plenty of seating. Drinks are expensive, but the vibes and music are great. Food is really good and priced well, with clean bathrooms and attentive service. Parking is available, and the bar has a DJ on Saturday nights. It’s open until 2am, making it a good spot for late-night socializing.”

4.1 Good51 Reviews
Chung DO Sushi 3612 Union St, Flushing Japanese • $$

“Chung DO Sushi offers a warm and cozy dining experience. The restaurant is run by a family, with the grandmother and son taking orders and serving food. The menu features a range of Korean dishes, including the popular Donkatsu Roll and Omelette Rice. The food is delicious, with crispy fried pork cutlets and soft rice, and creamy omelette adding to the flavor. The service is excellent, with quick and efficient service. The restaurant may not look like much from the outside, but the food and service make up for it. With a range of dishes to choose from, Chung DO Sushi is a great spot for a meal.”

4.4 Superb12 Reviews
Kalamaki GR 2906 172nd St, Flushing Greek • $$

“Kalamaki GR is a cozy hidden gem off Francis Lewis Blvd, known for their delicious Greek dishes. Their spinach pie and Greek salad with crispy pita bread are highly recommended. The grilled octopus and mixed grill platter for 2, served with lemon potatoes, are must-tries. Portions are generous, perfect for sharing. Don't miss out on their Greek yogurt dessert. The friendly service and attention to detail make dining here a pleasant experience. Whether dining in or taking out, Kalamaki GR is a place worth returning to for a flavorful meal with family and friends.”

4.1 Good36 Reviews
China Bar 13348 37th Ave, Flushing Bar • $$

“It's a nice bar and all the Haloween decorations were so fun. Karaoke is on all the TVs but nobody is singing. The servers are friendly but not really knowledgeable about making cocktails. It's mostly a beer place. There are plenty of dice games.”

5 Superb5 Reviews
Kakurega Sushi 133-44 37th Ave, Flushing Sushi • $$$$

“Kakurega Sushi is a small, intimate space where the owner plays the role of a gracious host. The omakase, priced at around $170 per person, is definitely worth it for the fresh and filling dishes. The chefs are highly skilled and disciplined, serving delightful plates of sushi. The quality of the seafood is solid and the service is excellent. The low-key vibe adds to the overall experience, making it a great place to visit alone or with friends. Additionally, the staff went above and beyond by accommodating special requests, even arranging for food from a neighboring restaurant to be delivered. Overall, Kakurega Sushi is highly recommended for a memorable dining experience.”

4.2 Good21 Reviews
Parsons Diner 2527 Parsons Blvd, Flushing Diner • $$

“Parsons Diner offers amazing services with extra friendly waiters, creating a relaxing atmosphere. Their food is always on point, with eggs made to order and great salads as vegetarian options. This typical American diner is a great place to eat and meet friends, with kind and patient staff, and a convenient parking lot.”

4.3 Superb14 Reviews
SGD Sogongdong Tofu & BBQ 156-16A Northern Blvd, Flushing Korean • $$

“SGD Sogongdong Tofu & BBQ offers a warm and cozy dining experience. The food is flavorful, with standout dishes like the soondubu, which is served with a perfect balance of flavors. The staff is friendly, and the atmosphere is lively. While service can be slow at times, the restaurant's warm and welcoming ambiance makes up for it.”

4 Good69 Reviews
Graziella Restaurant 33-29 Francis Lewis Blvd, Flushing Italian • $$

“Graziella Restaurant is a community favorite, renowned for its exceptional cuisine. The pizza is always freshly made, with a crispy crust and flavorful toppings. The garlic knots are a must-try, and the menu also features a range of seafood dishes, including excellent fried calamari. The restaurant's pasta dishes are also highly praised, with the Rigatoni ala Nona being a standout. The Arancini's, or rice balls, are a highlight, with a perfect balance of flavors and textures. Whether you're in the mood for a classic eggplant parm or something new, Graziella's has something for everyone. With friendly and attentive staff, it's no wonder this restaurant has earned a reputation as the best in Queens.”

4.1 Good23 Reviews
El Nuevo Salinas 102-02 Northern Blvd, Flushing Latin American • $$

“El Nuevo Salinas offers a unique dining experience with delicious dishes, showcasing authentic flavors and impressive presentations. The service is welcoming and professional, providing personalized attention that enhances customer satisfaction. The cozy and modern atmosphere, combined with the option to order takeout, makes it an ideal spot to dine with friends or enjoy a quiet meal. Standout dishes include the cheeseburger deluxe and red snapper fish, both seasoned to perfection. With great customer service, lively music, and a cultural vibe, El Nuevo Salinas is a must-visit destination.”

4.1 Good23 Reviews
Rong Chinese Restaurant 133-42 39th Ave #104, Flushing Chinese • $$$$

“I was given the rong dish, and the service treated me rongly, got exactly what I was looking for, feels like home. I will come again if I ever visit those parts in my life time again, I was intrigued by the name of your establishment, and my interest paid off. I got the rong food, and yet the right food.”

4.1 Good21 Reviews
Brisa Del Cibao 37-79 103rd St, Flushing Dominican • $$

“Brisa Del Cibao offers a fantastic dining experience, with fantastic dishes like asopao de camarones. The restaurant caters to dietary restrictions, providing plenty of options for those with dairy-free and gluten-free needs. While some may have mixed experiences with service, the food is a highlight, with good Dominican cuisine, coffee, and morir soñando. Prices are affordable, and the restaurant is clean. However, the surrounding area is crowded and hard to find.”

4 Good44 Reviews
El Fogon Costeno 10912 Northern Blvd, Flushing Colombian • $$

“El Fogon Costeno is a favorite spot for family and friends, offering a delicious atmosphere and top-notch service. While the fish fillet may not be recommended, other menu items are delicious. The pleasant ambiance and stylish DJ create a great dining experience, perfect for any occasion. The attentive staff, including Miss Angi, make the visit even more enjoyable.”

4 Good44 Reviews

“I came here many times since I live in the area. I LOVE the quick service and polite waitresses. One man at the Purim party offered the waitresses $5 each to cheer for him so that he could win a challenge of who gets the most cheers. The waitresses quickly agreed and he won because he had the loudest cheers. I loveeeee the atmosphere and the service is FANTASTIC. The food however, was personally not my taste but everyone else in the party really enjoyed it! Thank you awesome waitresses for your enthusiasm and quick service! You're all AWESOME!”

4.4 Superb7 Reviews
Delicias Hispanas Deli 14601 34th Ave, Flushing Deli • $$

“Love the place you could find a lot of El Salvador starting with fruit to all the ingredients to prepare the delicious pupusas and if you don't know how to make them they will make them for you everyone there are great but you don't have to believe me come visit”

5 Superb3 Reviews
Junction DELI 56-07 Junction Blvd, Flushing Deli • $$

“Junction DELI is a great neighborhood deli that offers a clean and friendly atmosphere with excellent service. The menu features a wide variety of delicious made-to-order dishes, including lamb and chicken over rice, meatball parmesan, empanadas, cheese burger deluxe, and the classic chop cheese. Customers can also enjoy fresh-pressed juices and protein shakes. The staff is described as courteous and friendly, and the sandwiches are well-packed and satisfying.”

4.1 Good14 Reviews
Kura Revolving Sushi Bar G15/G16, 133-36 37th Ave, Flushing Sushi • $$$

“Kura Revolving Sushi Bar offers a fun dining experience with a variety of sushi options. The sushi quality is decent, not the best in NYC but still enjoyable. The restaurant has a unique conveyor belt system and a robot serving drinks. Despite being smaller, the new location maintains the same layout. With fresh sushi, reasonable prices, and attentive service, Kura is a great spot to enjoy Japanese cuisine. Joining the waitlist through the app can also earn you rewards.”

3.9 Good114 Reviews
El California 7603 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing Latin American • $$

“(Translated by Google) It's the first time I ate there, I hardly know much about it, but I liked the food(Original)Es la primera ves comi ayi casi no conozco mucho va pero me gusto la comida”

4.3 Superb6 Reviews
Dr. Seafood Hot Pot & Bar 45-08 Parsons Blvd, Flushing Hot Pot • $$

“Was there on their fifth day after opening, the atmosphere is good, I love the cocktail there, it fits ladys! Love it! The seafood was 30% off, it taste pretty good, would be better if there is more flavor can be chose. The server told they will have more flavor coming out, so I will come again to try the new favors. Cocktail is highly recommended!!”

5 Superb2 Reviews