Indian-Pakistani-Bangladeshi newcomer in New Hyde Park

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Fiza Family Diner is a new Indian-Pakistani-Bangladeshi restaurant Fiza Family Diner is a new Indian-Pakistani-Bangladeshi restaurant in New Hyde Park. (Aug. 20, 2013) Photo Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus

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Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi dishes star at the new Fiza Family Diner, which recently opened in the New Hyde Park space that once housed Chuk Dey India. I stopped into the casual spot  to pick up a menu. For now,  there's no table service, but rather you order at the counter and your food is brought to a table.

What caught my attention was the roster of kati rolls, a popular street food that originated in Calcutta. The paratha wraps come with a variety of fillings, such as egg (2 for $5), achari aloo, or spiced potatoes (2 for $5), chicken Malai (2 for $6) and chicken shish kebab ($4).

Also on the menu are lamb chops ($10), a chicken tandoori platter ($9), goat curry ($8) and a mixed vegetable curry ($5) as well as a comprehensive selection of tandoor-baked breads.

Fiza Family Diner is at 3334 Hillside Ave., New Hyde Park, 516-280-4688, fizafamilydiner.com

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