Christine Quinn: Real New York Delhi

July 18, 2011 at 10:45 am

For absolutely great Indian food, eating in one of the many restaurants in Jackson Heights is an experience that can’t be beat.

A chef cooks up sweet Indian desserts at a Jackson Heights street fair. Flickr/Caitlin Reagan

Queens is the most ethnically diverse borough in our city, and Little India, like Manhattan’s Little Italy, is a cultural gem. It’s good, inexpensive eating, and well worth the trip from other boroughs.


Christine C. Quinn has been city council speaker since 2006. She represents the council’s third district which includes Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Hell’s Kitchen, as well as parts of SoHo and Murray Hill. She was born in Glen Cove, Long Island.

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