Rego Park is a neighborhood in the borough of Queens in New York City. Rego Park is bordered to the north by Elmhurst and Corona, the east and south by Forest Hills and the west by Middle Village. Rego Park's boundaries include Queens Boulevard, the Long Island Expressway, Woodhaven Boulevard, and Yellowstone Boulevard. There is a large Jewish population in the neighborhood, which features high-rise apartment buildings and detached houses, as well as a large commercial zone.
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4.5 based on 255 reviews
Owned and operated by the Barnes Family since 1959, London Lennie’s has evolved from a quintessential fish-n’-chips shop to the premier seafood restaurant in Queens. London Lennie’s is notorious for the best in fresh, local seafood selected daily at the world-famous Fulton Fish Market. This leading seafood restaurant hosts the area’s finest raw bar and was honored with the 2007 & 2008 Wine Enthusiast Award of Distinction and the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence from 2007 through 2012.
My husband and I had lunch at London Lennie's on a Saturday afternoon. The lunch special I had was one of their specialties, Battered and fried fish and shrimp with french fries, all delicious. An individual loaf of bread came with pats of butter and cole slaw came with the meal as well.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Got both cherry and lime. Perfect Italian ice. Reminds me of the stuff we used to get in Philly as a kid. Service was quick. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 315 reviews
its seems a bit unorganized,very small space to have two lines with walk space in between....mall table area not a guarantee to get a table have to wait on line to get a table,no room for the line when it gets long,people at the tables what to stay and talk deep conversations over pastries and coffee that means tables stay full for sometime before it will be your turn on a long line...evenings and weekends it can be a bit frustrating especially if you are with children,make reservations a must! time it exactly after a movie if you attending one....if you want to go without reservations go at a down time,like mornings, or mid afternoon perhaps or us just order out and eat like no one is watching guiltfree,as far of the pastries blondies are delicious,fudge brownies,strawberry shortcake is good,plain cheese cake,coffee delish but all a little pricey,takes good patience to wait but line goes outside,not good on a hot day or cold day standing outside,it needs better organization,maybe get a bigger place with more tables,i have to call it as i see and experienced.....enjoy how you can LOVE
4.5 based on 395 reviews
Located in Corona section of Queens it’s a bit off the beaten path but the restaurant is worth the trip. Make reservations well in advance the place is always packed. The food is outstanding. Healthy portions are provided. The service is old school and professional. Nice wine list.
4 based on 169 reviews
This place is just good and always good. I have visited multiple times for years and quality is a seal for them. Eat here and get the fried plantain stuffed with meet, shrimps and chicken. Good price, good presentation, great flavor, nice portion, good service, fast, quick. They mean business and they deliver good gastronomy. Enjoy. Very recommended!
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Treat yourself! Dining at Zum's is an experience. For starters, the goulash soup is amazing. The German salad consisting of beets, onions, carrots, coleslaw and cucumber salad is the best. The wurst platter, with German potato salad...awesome! There are no words for the jaggerschnitzel. Thank you, Aurora for your wonderful service! Prosit
4.5 based on 264 reviews
This restaurant has a huge menu, and I do suggest you be careful when adventuring with new flavors and meals. Spicy foods are very spicy, even when they reduce the spice, and some fish dishes have a lot of bones within them. Everything tastes wonderful, and when I go with the family I often end up also eating the spicy food that a friend did not think would be so spicy... :-) My recommendations: the sauteed pork is wonderful, as is the green mango salad, and the different variation of Pad Thai are worth having on repeat visits.
4 based on 65 reviews
I recently went to the Woodhaven House on a Saturday night. We were a party of 6 with reservations. This is a bar restaurant with tables spread out along side and beyond the bar. The restaurant is nicely decorated the food was good but small portions and pricey
4.5 based on 84 reviews
Uncle Peter's is a neighborhood restaurant located in Jackson Heights, Queens offering an eclectic menu with influences from Italy, Spain & France. Our philosophy is to serve quality food using fresh ingredients in a warm and comfortable atmosphere.
I've been here twice now, once for new years and once with my parents for a special dinner. Both times the food was outstanding and the service was quick and friendly. Definitely not the cheapest restaurant in JH but the food is worth it, especially if you're in the mood for fine dining but don't feel like heading into Manhattan (or paying Manhattan prices).
I got the black linguini with seafood the first time there and the braised beef with risotto the second time. Both were so good and the portions were large enough for me to take home a second meal. This place is a high end gem on the very diverse Northern Blvd.
5 based on 100 reviews
Il Triangolo Ristorante specializes in traditional fine Italian dinning, our bread, desserts and pastas are made fresh on premises. Our restaurant policies for your fine dinning experience. ATTIRE- Casual Dressy on Friday & Saturday evenings, No shorts, no tank tops, no under T-shirts, no flip flops of any kind (Ladies are allowed dressy sandals if they like). POLICIES- All coats, jackets, sweaters are not permitted to hang behind dinning room chairs, they must be checked in our closets along with any hats or baseball caps. No carriages and strollers are allowed in dinning room. CELL PHONES or LAB TOPS are NOT permitted on top of dinning room tables, they must be put away and on silent mode at all time, all phone calls must be taken outside. (pictures are allowed). This is also an adult friendly restaurant on Friday and Saturday nights (13 yrs and older). ALL AGES on Tuesday thru Thursday and Sundays.
Last week was my first trip to Il Triangolo. A friend and I were attending a performance at the Queens Theatre and decided to try out the restaurant having been told by friends about the great food. We arrived, on a Thursday, at 5:30pm. The restaurant had (1) table being served. The host asked if we had a reservation, I said no, thinking that a reservation, early on a Thursday evening, would not be necessary. Received a very nasty look and said to wait, he would look if they had a spot. We should have left at that moment. As we approached our table for (2) I took my phone out of my pocket as we were instructed that no coats are permitted on the back of the chairs....I guess pocket books are fine, however, a coat is a great dining offense. I took my phone out, as I did not know where our coats were going, I was immediately told to take the phone off the table....cell phones were not permitted on the table and IF I wanted to make or answer a call I would have to go into the bathroom or outside. Had he said, I am sorry, we have a no cell phone policy, so if you could please put the phone in your bag it would be greatly appreciated. Nope, in the most obnoxious tone I was lectured on cell phone policy. Believe it or not, I actually am a civilized person and realize that in a small restaurant I would never make a call or IF I was called I would step outside (there are those of us with children and elderly parents and need to have a cell phone close by and if we place them on silent then they need to be placed close by - like on a table so IF we do receive a call we will know It is far more annoying, in a small space, to have a cell phone ringing and trying to fish it out of a handbag because you can't get it from your coat pocket because your coat is banned. I don't need an obnoxious waiter to tell me what I can and can not do. I wonder if he ever heard of CUSTOMER SERVICE. A restaurant is certainly entitled to establishing rules, HOWEVER, lecturing a paying customer, is beyond rude. In addition to this we told him we had to be out of the restaurant by 6:45pm to get to the theatre. At the time there was (1) table and they were eating, The rest of the restaurant was EMPTY. His response: he can't promise anything but would see what he could do. Seriously????? Two entree's could not be cooked, served and eaten within 1 hour and 15 minutes?? His response should have been: "Absolutely, I will make sure you are at your play by 7pm." At that point the food could have been excellent but given his lecture it completely ruined both of our dining experience. Lastly, if you do decide to dine at Il Triangolo remember to ask the pricing of the specials. Unfortunately I did not ask and I had the Risotto with truffles. It was good however, and I realize truffles are expensive, but $45 for pasta is insane. My suggestion for the waitstaff/owners of Il Triangolo would be to take some customer service classes and learn how to speak with paying customer, not lecture them. I will not be back.
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