Peter M. Gianotti gives one-and-a-half stars to Long Fin, a seafood restaurant in East Meadow. Good catches, he writes, are the “Buffalo” shrimp in a Thai chile sauce, sesame-crusted tuna starring in haute nachos and the fried-oyster po’boy, above, on toasted ciabatta with coleslaw and a spin on sauce rémoulade. For the seafood averse: flavorful short ribs with buttermilk-batter onion rings and coleslaw.
"Worthy gyros" are just the beginning at Gyro Time, writes Newsday's Joan Reminick. She gives two stars to the restaurant, touting its grilled, skewered trio of pork, chicken and filet mignon; as well as the souvlaki and avgolemono.
The the fried-oyster po’boy at Long Fin.