19 "Elmhurst" Restaurants in New York.
Ayada is one of the best Thai restaurants in the city. Bring a big group to Elmhurst spot, and cover your table in duck, catfish, and drunken noodles.
Sky Cafe is a small spot in Elmhurst where you’ll find excellent Indonesian food.
Khao Kang is a counter-service spot in Elmhurst where you can get some of the best Thai food in NYC.
Lamoon is a cash-only, BYOB restaurant in Elmhurst that specializes in Northern Thai food, and it’s a great spot to eat sausage and pork spine soup.
If you want to eat Tibetan food in Elmhurst, head straight to Lhasa Fresh Food and order some momos and thenthuk.
Dek Sen is a small, cash-only Thai spot in Elmhurst that excels at dessert. Get the pad kee mao, and be sure to try the massive milo sizzling roti.
Happy Stony Noodle is a Taiwanese restaurant in Elmhurst that makes excellent beef noodle soup.
There’s only one thing at the menu at Eim Khao Mun Kai: a Thai version of Hainanese chicken. It comes with a side of broth, and it’s very good.
Summer is a Vietnamese counter-service spot that makes the best banh mi in Elmhurst.
Little House Cafe is a little bakery in Elmhurst that also has an extensive menu with some very good Malaysian food.
Taste Good is a casual cash-only place in Elmhurst, and it’s one of our favorite spots in the neighborhood. Get the Singapore kari laksa.
If you’re looking for Taiwanese food in Elmhurst, check out Taiwanese Specialties. It’s great for groups, and they serve some very good fly’s head.
Khao Nom is a counter-service spot in Elmhurst, and it’s a great place to sit down, eat some quick khao moo dang, and grab a few desserts to-go.
Patacon Pisao is a counter-service Venezuelan spot in Elmhurst that has a few locations around NYC.
Saraling Atin is a Filipino grocery store in Elmhurst with a cafeteria-style counter of meaty stews and pancit noodles in the back.