Restaurant Roundup: Top Ethnic Cuisines Autumn picks in NYC, Queens & Brooklyn

Roasted Masala- A new Indian establishment located on the upper west side near Columbia University that takes their food seriously offering a vast menu of Indian food from the Northern regions with ingredients flown into the states and bread and pastries made there. Roasted Masala is less than a year old and is already gaining recognition on the UWS for offering high-end Indian Cuisine, generous portions at a great price with excellent service. Our food faves are the Crab Cake- infused with roasted masala’s seasoning. Beef Meatball- Curry, Spinach Chaat fritters. Recheado Shrimp- curry leaves, goan chili vinegar and the refreshing whisked yogurt with fresh mango drink. Roasted Masala is open for lunch, dinner and takeout roastedmasala.com (917) 388-3586 914 Columbus ave. between 104th and 105th street. New York, NY

Amylos Taverna Located in Astoria Queens; a short distance from Manhattan by train and a 3-minute walk. This Taverna is likened to a fine dining experience without NYC prices with traditional and Greek specialties made with top ingredients and fresh catch of the day seafood & seafood tower ordered or selected from their seafood bar. Enjoy your greek cuisine with fresh baked bread and specialty cocktails like the Sophist that includes a robust smoked bourbon. Our faves were the Madagascar King Prawns- fresh and tasteful. Stuffed mushrooms- delicious combination of melted cheese topped with glaze. Lobster Linguini- whole lobster in tomato and white wine sauce & Cheesecake Baklava- light & airy with real whip cream. Amylos Taverna is open for Brunch Lunch & Dinner. wwwamylos.com Tel: (718) 215-0228 32-11 31st Street Astoria NY 

Russian Samovar Restaurant and Piano Bar is located in Midtown West Manhattan. Come into this eatery and feel like your visiting friends in Russia surrounded by live entertainment, warm atmosphere, authentic Russian dining, music and classic Russian vodka in the diˈliSHəs gold rush cocktail. Our faves were the Vareniki- Potato Dumplings Pan Fried With Mushroom & Onions. Mushroom Vol-Auven- Creamy Wild Mushrooms In A Pastry Shell. Lamb Country Style- Simmered In A Red Wine Reduction With Peppers And Herbs Served Over Kasha. Russian Samovar is open for lunch, dinner & events with Pre-fixe menus available. www.russiansamova 256 W. 52nd St NYC, NY 10019 212-757-0168

Citrico Mexican food in Prospect Heights Brooklyn has a casual vibe and a seriously authentic large menu from the Southern states of Mexico (Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Puebla, Guerrero, Oaxaca & Chiapas) including hard to find exotic dishes, Citrico uses fresh, authentic ingredients imported from Mexico and bread from a local bakery. This eatery makes practically everything from scratch for taste, freshness and quality control within an affordable price. It’s nice to leave a restaurant not feeling heavy and that is exactly how I felt. Our faves were the Pollo en Mole, e Taco de Hongos, Huauzontles en Salsa Roja and Mixiotes de Pollo. My specialty drink the blood red margarita made from fresh juice was pleasantly refreshing. Citrico is open for breakfast, lunch & dinner on Saturday & Sunday and dinner weekdays with takeout and catering available. www.citricobrooklyn.com 347-955-451 681 Washington Ave Brooklyn, NY 11238 

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