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FromGenting Palace, an upscale Chinese restaurant specializing in Cantonese fare, and RW Prime, a clubby steakhouse, to the 400-plus-seat Aqueduct Buffetand 300-plus-seat Food Court, where you can find everything from pastrami to congee,visitors have winning choices:
Singaporemei fun. All less than $10.
Nearby, Queens Burger prepares respectable cheeseburgers, among them the classic (peppered Jack, caramelized onion, applewood-smoked bacon) and the Latino (Cotija cheese, cilantro relish, pickled onion, avocado). The hefty foot-long hot dog, thick as a knockwurst and smoky, can be topped with Sabrett-style red onion sauce. Burger, $7.99; hot dog, $6.50.
BBQueens stands out with savory pulled pork and barbecued brisket, less than $15. Stage Deli offers overstuffed sandwiches, including pastrami and corned beef, for $9.99. Also courtside:Wolfgang PuckExpress, soups, sandwiches, pizzas; Cups 'n Cones for ice cream, coffee and baked goods. Popeyes chicken is available, too.
Genting Palace has a wide selection of Cantonese food and also prepares fineBeijingduck for two, General Tso's chicken, and taro-chicken spring rolls. Try the dim sum, too. Main courses, $12-$48;Beijingduck, $60.50. Dim sum, $3-$8. Very good service.
At RW Prime, the filet mignon is tender and the sirloin not-so; the shrimp cocktail, satisfying. Good charcuterie, cheeses, salads. Skippable soups, seafood bruschetta. Commendable service. Main courses, $22-$44; Wagyu steak, $102; appetizers, $10-$22.