Himalayan Food Tour in Jackson Heights

What to expect
  • 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
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.

Note: There is a two person minimum for this booking. The exact meeting location will be given after confirmation.
Key Highlights
Price $75.00 per guest
Duration / Session 2 hours
# Sessions 1
Rating 1 positive reviews
Queens-based food writer and culinary tour guide Joe DiStefano has been exploring the borough’s diverse global cuisines for more than a decade. An intrepid eater and explorer, he’s widely recognized by such culinary luminaries as Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern as a go-to source on the borough’s rich tapestry of cuisines and cultures.
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