Dinners that involved: Tongue

New York's Best Tibetan food at Phayul

The Tastiest Tibetan at Phayul in Queens

May 27th, 2014

The Gastronauts taste the most authentic Tibetan food in the city at a gem of a place called Phayul in Elmhurst.

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RESTAURANT: Phayul

Gastronauts at Flushing's Golden Mall

A Night at Flushing’s Golden Mall

January 30th, 2014

The Nauts hit the food stalls at Flushing’s Golden Mall for some Tripe, Dumplings, Cumin Burgers, and much more.

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RESTAURANT: Flushing Golden Mall

The Gastronauts take a trio of trucks off-road

The Gastronauts Go Off-Road with Food Trucks

July 12th, 2011

For some seriously off-road eating, the Naut’s park three food trucks outside a bar.

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RESTAURANT: FOOD TRUCKS

The 'Nauts at Txikito

A Basque Dinner at Txikito

November 9th, 2010

The folks at Txikio put on a warm welcome for the Gastronauts, serving up cod jowls, tripe, and other goodies.

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RESTAURANT: TXIKITO

Braided Intestines and other goodies at La Fusta

Asado at La Fusta

May 5th, 2009

The Gastros head to Elmhurst’s La Fusta (The Whip) for some Argentine Asado!

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RESTAURANT: LA FUSTA

Vietnamese at Pho Cho Lon

Vietnamese at Pho Cho Lon

June 17th, 2008

We’ve gone in search of some of the best Vietnamese food around — well, the best that NYC has to offer, at least.

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RESTAURANT: PHO CHO LON

The 'Nauts go back to A Fan Ti for Nose to Tail goodness.

Back to A Fan Ti

March 4th, 2008

For their 2nd birthday bash, the Gastronauts revisist A Fan Ti for some Lamb Eyeballs and other Nose to Tail goodness.

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RESTAURANT: A FAN TI

The 'Nauts have themselves a picnic in the park.

A Gastronaut Picnic in Prospect Park

August 14th, 2007

The Gastronauts have themselves a picnic in the park. Ben and Curtiss do most of the cooking.

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RESTAURANT: PROSPECT PARK

Advanced Cantonese at Congee Village

Advanced Cantonese At Congee Village

July 10th, 2007

The Gastronauts visit Congee Village for some adventurous Cantonese dining, including menu items (Duck Blood) listed in Chinese only.

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RESTAURANT: CONGEE VILLAGE

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Pig Ear Tacos at Pipo’s

February 2nd, 2007

The Gastronauts head to the north of the city for some adventurous tacos!

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RESTAURANT: PIPO'S