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Noshwalks

This trip will add spice to your life.

Noshwalks will conduct a South Asian Food Walk through Jackson Heights on Sunday, April 9, stating at 1 p.m. Partakers should bring comfortable footwear and empty stomachs.

As is her custom, the event’s organizer, Myra Alperson, won’t publicize the names of the participating eateries until the tour begins. However, she revealed that the confirmed venues serve dishes from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Tibet.

Alperson also disclosed that attendees will make a stop at a Vendy Award-winning food truck, shop in a huge Indian supermarket, and finish the day with tropical ice cream. (She will probably order fig as it’s one of her favorite flavors.)

And as is also her custom, Alperson will provide tailored maps with information on all the participating purveyors.

The $57 fee covers bites but not sips, taxes or tips (for those who choose to sit down). Children under six can go for free, and those ages six to 12 must pay $20.

Meet at Dera Restaurant at 72-09 Broadway. It’s about two blocks from the Roosevelt Avenue-Jackson Heights subway hub, where the E, F, M, R, and 7 trains stop.

Alperson, who founded Noshwalks in 2000, gives more than 40 eating tours in New York City and New Jersey every year. Her upcoming Queens outings include Woodhaven on April 15, Israeli Flushing on April 28, Sunnyside on April 30, and Elmhurst on May 6.

Top image: Himalayan Yak: bottom images: Noshwalks

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