The husband and wife owners of tiny second-floor Tibetan destination and current Eater 38 member Phayul are planning a second location in Jackson Heights. The menu will be "basically the same, with a little extra," chef and co-owner Chime Tendha tells DNAinfo. That means Robert Sietsema approved Himalayan specialties like spicy mung-bean jelly, momos, curries, and blood sausage, all with a heavy dose of numbing Szechuan peppercorns. The new space, which housed Ru-Yi Northern Restaurant, will be a bit bigger — and on the first floor.
Tibetan Critical Darling Phayul Expanding With Second Jackson Heights Location
Expect momos, curries, and lots of Szechuan peppercorns.