Great egg dishes on Long Island

AHUVA'S GRILL, Hewlett Shakshuka, a traditional Israeli dish

AHUVA'S GRILL, Hewlett
Shakshuka, a traditional Israeli dish of eggs poached in a spicy-sweet tomato sauce, $6.95.
Read a review for Ahuva's Grill.
(Oct. 18, 2012) Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales

Eggs: They're not just for breakfast. Take a look at these restaurants that use sunnyside-up eggs to enhance savory dishes.

AHUVA'S GRILL, Hewlett Shakshuka, a traditional Israeli dish
Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales

AHUVA'S GRILL, Hewlett
Shakshuka, a traditional Israeli dish of eggs poached in a spicy-sweet tomato sauce, $6.95.
Read a review for Ahuva's Grill.
(Oct. 18, 2012)

ARATA SUSHI, Syosset Miso ramen, a rich broth
Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales

ARATA SUSHI, Syosset
Miso ramen, a rich broth containing fat slabs of tender pork, vegetables, fish cake, seaweed and a poached egg, $11.95.
Read a review for Arata.
(Oct. 19, 2012)

LA FINCA, Hicksville Bandeja Tipica, Colombia's
Photo Credit: Newsday, 2007

LA FINCA, Hicksville
Bandeja Tipica, Colombia's "typical" features grilled or ground beef, pork rind, sweet plantains, avocado, rice and beans, arepa (corn pancake) and a fried egg, $11.95.

HENDRICK'S TAVERN, Roslyn Linguine Zsa Zsa, a
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

HENDRICK'S TAVERN, Roslyn
Linguine Zsa Zsa, a "deconstructed" carbonara of fresh linguine tossed with pancetta and sage, topped with a fried egg, $19.
Read a review for Hendrick's Tavern.
(June 23, 2012)

JANE CAFE, Mineola Dolsot bibimbap, a screaming-hot stone
Photo Credit: Newsday, 2009

JANE CAFE, Mineola
Dolsot bibimbap, a screaming-hot stone bowl filled with rice, vegetables, beef and a fried egg, $13.99.
Read a review for Jane Cafe.

KITCHEN A BISTRO, St. James Sunny-side-up egg with a
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

KITCHEN A BISTRO, St. James
Sunny-side-up egg with a Brussels sprout-sweet potato hash and Speck (smoked, spiced Italian ham). Available as a special; call ahead.
(Oct. 21, 2012)

THE RIVERHEAD PROJECT, Riverhead Duck-sausage-wild-mushroom ragout with ricotta
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

THE RIVERHEAD PROJECT, Riverhead
Duck-sausage-wild-mushroom ragout with ricotta gnocchi and a duck egg, $27
Read a review of The Riverhead Project.
(Oct. 21, 2012)

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