A safe bet for families, dates, and even groups of friends, the spacious steakhouse in Queens is the perfect example of what a lot of kosher restaurants do: try to tackle multiple cuisines at once. In fact, this place doesn’t only serve great chicken and beef dishes, but carries along with it a mixture of Asian and Italian options as well. But don’t let the latter distract you from the delicious Persian chicken shish kebab (served with rice, tomato, and onion), the sizzling pepper steak, a 20oz New York rub steak, or the mixed chicken with mushrooms and onions that literally smokes as it comes to the table.
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