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An internationally respected guide is going to lead a walking food tour of Sunnyside on Sunday, April 30, and QNS readers can get a $5 discount.

That’s right. Myra Alperson will take a Noshwalks group to sample Colombian, East European, Irish, Middle Eastern, Paraguayan, Peruvian, and Turkish cuisine. She also plans to make an optional stop at a Himalayan gift shop and maybe even visit a Bhutanese market.

As a policy, Alperson doesn’t publicize the names of the targeted restaurants until the tour begins. And as per another policy, she will provide tailored maps with information on all the participating purveyors.

The $57 ticket price includes food, but does not include beverages or tips from those who sit down. Children (ages 6-12) pay $20 and those under age six can attend for free. However, QNS readers can email Alperson at Noshwalks@aol.com to redeem the $5 discount offer. (Please contact her via email as her website doesn’t currently have the capacity to accept credit card payments.)

The group will meet in front of the Parrot Coffee Market at 45-15 Queens Blvd. at 1 p.m. It’s about one block from the 7 train’s 46th Street station.

Alperson’s first ever Noshwalks tour was in Sunnyside in 2000, so she has an emotional attachment to the area and its cuisine. Currently, she gives about 30 tours in New York City and occasionally in New Jersey every year. She also writes books, consults, and runs a foodie blog.

She’ll lead another Noshwalks tour of Elmhurst on May 6. This one will probably include Indonesian, Mexican, and Thai eateries.

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