The Inkan serves big portions of Latin American food in two separate spaces on the same street corner - a small dining room and a separate bar area with TVs. Peruvian dishes occupy a large portion of the menu, so expect plenty of seafood and ceviche, but plan to direct your attention on the rotisserie chicken, their specialty. We'd recommend making a meal of the half chicken ($7.50) and some plantains. This is also one of the few spots in the city where you can get a solid pisco sour, best enjoyed during nice weather in the restaurant’s enclosed backyard.
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M. Wells Dinette
M. Wells Dinette is a spot in MoMa PS1 from the same people behind a famous LIC steakhouse and has one of the more unique lunches in the city.
M. Wells Steakhouse
If you live in this area, or you find yourself here often, M. Wells is a decent spot for a nice dinner. You can even follow it up with a drink at Dutch Kills for a pleasant, albeit expensive, evening in Queens. Unfortunately, that’s as weird as things are gonna get. Queens.
Adda is a great casual Indian restaurant in Long Island City, and you should be planning a trip here for some curry and cheesy naan.
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Café Habana is and always will be one of the coolest (and best) places to eat Cuban food in New York City.
Xixa is a small restaurant with a big, Mexican-influenced menu. Eat some foie gras al pastor and take pride in your ability to make great decisions.
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