Bonne Saison Thai French Cuisine 4004 Bell Blvd, Bayside, NY11361 Bonne Saison Thai French Cuisine offers customers two menus for a diverse experience. Being able to order a…More combination of both French and Thai cuisine, diners get the best of two continental worlds. Featured in the Bayside Times, the restaurant offers such French dishes as escargots de Bourgogue and bique de homard as well as Thai dishes like basil fried rice with choice of meat, fish or seafood, and pad kee mao. Open late, Bonne Saison also provides catering services.
Terrace Diner 21297 26th Ave, Bayside, NY11360 With homemade oversize cookies given free to toddlers and weekend brunch specials of french toast and crab cakes…More Benedict, the Terrace Diner provides Bayside with a personal touch and diverse selection of foods. Serving such dishes as moussaka, fish and chips and penne a la vodka, the Terrace Diner has a broad reach in many ethnic cuisines. Open daily, the Terrace Diner strives to create a family-oriented atmosphere with a comforting feel and good food.
Persian Tea Room 24938 Horace Harding Expy, Little Neck, NY11362 This Persian restaurant has been serving up delicious Middle Eastern cuisine for the past 15 years. First-timers are…More encouraged to try the sweet rice, basmati rice, or the rice with cherries. The Tea Room is also renowned for its many varieties of shish-kebabs, made from seasoned beef or grilled chicken. For finicky youngsters dining out with the family, there is always the less exotic chicken fingers and French fries on the menu.
La Baraka Restaurant 25509 Northern Blvd, Little Neck, NY11362 This local eatery is well-known throughout the metropolitan area for fine French cuisine via North Africa. It's name…More "baraka" means "blessing" and for diners seeking good food in a nice setting, it's appropriate. La Baraka offers a wide range of classical entrees for lunch and dinner ranging from filet mignon to duck a l'orange. The restaurant also serves appetizers, soups, salads and a lunch buffet, with some selections that are rarely seen on contemporary menus (for example, escargot, quiche lorraine and goose liver pate). Throughout the year, La Baraka hosts events in honor of special occasions such as Mardi Gras. It can accommodate private parties for up to 65 people.