London Lennies, 63-88 Woodhaven Blvd, Rego Park.
Ok, time for some fish, and London Lennies is the place to go for fish in Queens. Owned and operated by the Barnes Family since 1959, London Lennie’s has evolved from a quintessential fish-n’-chips shop to
the premier seafood restaurant in Queens. Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, London Lennie’s is known for its fresh, local seafood selected daily at the world-famous Fulton Fish Market. A major plus at a seafood
restaurant where you don't want old fish.
They have a lobster menu which includes lobsters from 1 1/4 lbs to over 4 lbs, prepared any way you want. Their specials include soft shell crabs, oven roasted whole bronzini, Canadian halibut and lobster & lotte (baked in a cream sauce and puff pastry). My favorite.
That is only the beginning of what kind of seafood you can have there and how they will prepare it. But, for you land lovers out there, you can get a well-prepared steak, (rib-eye or filet mignon, roasted chicken, steak chimmichuri or a burger.
This is the place you want to be for seafood in Queens. And if you would like a hint, order everything off the appetizer menu! The chowders and dumplings are unbelievable, the raw bar is cold and fresh, and the fried calamari and fish tacos to die for. Go. You will love it.
P.S. Here is a treat from London Lennies: Look below for their Recipe for their own Oyster Stuffing:
Uncle Jack's Steakhouse (& Seafood?)
Yes, somehow Uncle Jacks Steakhouse has made it into our seafood section. I can tell you the 21 day dry-aged steaks are excellent, but they happen to be well-known for the freshest seafood and locally-grown organic produce a Here, William Jack Degel honors his godfather, the proprietor of Jack's, a 1930's prohibition-style Victorian speak-easy. At Uncle Jack's, where the motto is Customer is King, his legend lives on.vailable.
Right now Uncle Jack has a lobster special, 2lb Montaulk Lobster for $30.00, w/ corn on the cob, and watercress salad. And a seafood linguini w/ clams, mussels, shrimp, fried blue point oysters and lobster for $26.00. And check out this special: "$99.00 Dinner for 2 - Surf & Turf on Sundays = you'll get a Caesar Salad to share, our famous Crab Cakes, your choice of a 10oz Filet Mignon or 16oz Strip Steak to go with your 2lb Lobster baked, broiled, or steamed to perfection, two sides, dessert, and coffee or tea. If you happen to be stopping by for lunch, I reccommend the $24.95 Prix-Fixe Lunch, where you can have your choice of an appetizer (Shrimp Cocktail, Lamb Chop, Crab Cake), salad (Caesar, House, Mixed Greens), entree (Filet Mignon, Red Snapper, Chicken Marsala) and two sides.
I think I already mentioned that although the steaks are good, the seafood is flawless.
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Red-Light Fish & Chips,9702 23rd Ave, East Elmhurst, Seafood/Fish & Chips, very casual
Red Light Fish & Chips is not upscale but it been part of the East Elmhurst Community for many years as a Fish and Chips eatery and appears to be an exemplary testament to family cohesion and commitment to excellence and success. Come by and taste for yourself.
Maybe if you have the kids and want a quick bite (certainly not a romantic dinner) you want to stop by the Red Light Fish & Chips. Its small, with minimal seating, good for take-out, but the food is reasonable and fresh. If you go to a Fis and Chips place and don't want fish & chips (I don't know why) you can also order wraps and philly cheese-steak, which are reported to be very good. But not the ones you can get in Philly!
Here, the fried fish is tender, as are the fried clams and shrimp. I'm not a big fan of fries, so you don't want my opinion on that. I didn't think they were exceptional.