Queens Night Market in the New York borough of Queens is considered the best food market in New York. Since its inception in 2015, it has already attracted more than 1 million visitors. The creator of the idea, John Wang, has achieved a coup with this open-air night market . At more than 100 food trucks you can discover dishes and stories from all over the world or from more than 90 countries. For example, tamales from El Salvador – a chicken dish that is eaten on holidays in many Latin American and Caribbean countries. Or akara – the delicious honey beans from Nigeria, which are eaten there for breakfast.
88 recipes of the Queens Night Market’s most original dishes are now published in a book. Some recipes are family secrets passed down from generation to generation, some are a tribute to fading traditions or still unknown national treasures waiting to be discovered by the world. Above all, the authors wanted to share the diversity of culinary traditions and the more than 150 nationalities that live in New York City. In this city where more than 800 languages are spoken, this is one of the main reasons why the Queens Night Market quickly became a cultural as well as culinary melting pot, attracting an audience of millions.
New York. 88 new cult recipes from over 40 countries. The best street food dishes from the Queens Night Market.