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Best food in and around Great Neck/Little Neck

jarool | Jan 2, 201801:51 PM    

Moved to Great Neck about 10 years back and started a discussion about the best food here (most people told me it was all mediocre). Found some solid places and meals worth trying, so I figured, in honor of my 10 years there - that I'd share them:

Seven Seas Diner - pancakes with strawberries, and my wife digs the chopped salad

Great Neck Diner - best diner in the area for breakfast

Antonino's - Pasta with olive oil and garlic, or their pasta in red sauce - both delicious

Santoor - on Union Turnpike - best Indian around, try the lunch buffet

Aunt Bella's - Penne a la vodka sticks to your ribs

Toskana - thin crust pizza with fresh garlic - super tasty!

Matsuya - Sushi

Lola - expensive but good food

Lima 33 - the chicken is well spiced and juicy, the rice and beans are flavorful, and the sachipapas are tasty

Bareburger - solid burger and fries

Free free to add anything I might have have missed!

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