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Exciting news for Queens: our borough is now included on MenuPages, the website that publishes restaurant menus online and provides a place for restaurant goers to review their experiences. MenuPages only served Manhattan for a while, and eventually launched in Brooklyn; now it covers every single neighborhood of Queens, finally capturing the diverse yumminess in these parts.
MenuPages is useful for researching those restaurants that still don’t have their own websites – and there are a lot in Queens, especially when you consider tiny takeout spots and mom-and-pop establishments. It also allows you to search restaurants by price range, neighborhood, cuisine, type of meal, and practical categories like “wheelchair friendly,” “delivery,” and “accepts credit cards.”
Upon first use of the Queens section, it looks like MenuPages did a pretty thorough job of covering the borough’s vast food scene, with more than 3,000 menus. The site lists menus for some under-the-radar places like the Temple Canteen in Flushing; although it doesn’t include the next-door Dosa Hutt.