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    Queens Southeast Asian Food Tour

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    Not only is Elmhurst Queens' second Chinatown, it's also home to a thriving Southeast Asian community. Tour and eat your way through the area's Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai markets and restaurants. You'll sample Indonesian dishes like creamy stewed jackfruit and crunchy keripik kentang kacang manis, Indonesia's sweet, spicy, and savory take on potato chips, at Java Village. Then it's time to tuck into a Vietnamese sandwich at JoJu while sipping a salty lemonade. You'll be able to browse the aisles at Thai Thai for ingredients like kaffir lime leaves, curry pastes, and Thai tea powder and sample such Thai delicacies as kluay khak -- a delectable mixture of fried taro, sweet potato, and plantain. Making for a full cultural experience, you will also be able to pay your respects to the Emerald Buddha at a nearby Thai temple.
    Queens Southeast Asian Food Tour

    Elmhurst, New York

    • Explore the culinary offerings of Elmhurst, Queens' second Chinatown and home to a thriving Southeast Asian community
    • Taste your way through Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisine, from stewed jackfruit to salty lemonade
    • Discover the gastronomic secrets of one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods
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    Flushing Chinatown Food Tour

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    Manhattan gets a lot of press, but Queens' downtown Flushing is the most vibrant and diverse Chinatown in New York City, offering a wealth of regional Chinese cookery as well as Korean, Malaysian, and Indian cuisines. Explore the myriad flavors of its bustling streets, food courts, and markets. You'll taste your way through the who's who of regional Chinese cuisine, including the fiery fare of Sichuan, the Silk Road-inflected cuisine of Xi'an, as well as delicate dumplings from Tianjin. Then, visit the neighborhood's famous food courts, restaurants, and hawker stands. Marvel at hand-pulled noodles being made at Golden Shopping Mall and savor creamy dou fu fa at Soy Bean Chen Flower Shop. There will also be a chance to shop at Malaysian markets and a visit to the gigantic Korean supermarket Assi Plaza, and even a trek to the Ganesh Temple to sample dosai.
    Flushing Chinatown Food Tour

    136-02 Roosevelt Ave, New York

    • Take a culinary tour of downtown Flushing, New York's most diverse Chinatown
    • Taste your way through traditional Chinese, Malaysian, Korean, and Indian cuisines, from hand-pulled noodles to savory dosai
    • Discover the gastronomic secrets of one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods
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    Himalayan Food Tour in Jackson Heights

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    The area surrounding 74th St. in Jackson Heights has long been known as Little India. Now home to more than a dozen restaurants offering Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine Himalayan Heights is a more apt moniker. Explore this exciting cuisine, straight from the rooftop of the world. You'll savor freshly made beef momo -- the dumplings that are Tibet's national dish -- and delectable sukuti, a Nepali beef jerky. And don't forget about those Indian eateries. You will also stop for the savory vegetarian snacks known as chaat, kebabs, freshly made paratha, and Indian sweets.
    Himalayan Food Tour in Jackson Heights

    Jackson Heights, New York

    • Explore the culinary offerings of Jackson Heights, Queens' Little India
    • Taste your way through Tibetan, Himalayan, and Indian cuisine, from fresh dumplings to steaming kebabs
    • Discover the gastronomic secrets of one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods
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