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Queens is the most diverse urban area in the US, and Jackson Heights is possibly the most diverse neighborhood in Queens. Food is the best way to experience the amazing variety in Jackson Heights, where the restaurants represent nearly every inch of the globe. Whether you crave Colombian, Nepalese, or an adventurous dish you've never heard of before, Jackson Heights is a great place to eat.

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Woe to the tourist who visits Jackson Heights and eats at some fast food chain. You are cheating yourself out of a delicious and deliciously affordable New York dining experience if you don't try any of the authentic foreign cuisines available just about anywhere you look in Jackson Heights. On the western edge of Roosevelt Avenue, you'll find a collection of Himalayan and Tibetan eateries. Head east on Roosevelt and you'll come to a major Latin-American part of the neighborhood. Look to 74th Street for Indian restaurants and grocers. Among all of these cultural centers, you'll find more obscure offerings as well. The Afghan Kebab House on 37th Avenue is a top pick in Jackson Heights for authentic Afghan and African meals at bargain prices. Also be sure to taste the Peruvian rotisserie chicken in green sauce at Pio Pio. To most Americans, Latin food means Mexican or maybe Cuban restaurants. In New York, you can find so much more variety. Jackson Heights has food from every South and Central American nation. Jackson Heights is a great place to sample some of the best food available in New York restaurants and food carts, because there is incredible variety at very low prices. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse Jackson Heights dining options, read reviews, and sort by price and rating.

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