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Long Island City’s M. Wells was one of four Queens restaurants to receive Michelin stars in its 2015 guide.

BY ASHA MAHADEVAN

The Michelin Guide announced which New York restaurants made it to its 2015 list as it hit bookstores on Wednesday. Of the 874 local restaurants featured in the guide, four of them are based in Queens and were awarded one star each.

The lucky eateries are Casa Enrique and M. Wells Steakhouse in Long Island City, Danny Brown Wine Bar and Kitchen in Forest Hills and Zabb Elee in Jackson Heights. Getting one Michelin star indicates “a very good restaurant in its category, offering cuisine prepared to a consistently high standard,” according to the official Michelin website.

Casa Enrique's chorizo tacos

Casa Enrique’s chorizo tacos

Danny Brown is a mix of a French and Italian wine bars with a Spanish Tapas bar and a restaurant. Zabb Elee has a Thai menu, while Casa Enrique offers Mexican food. At M. Wells Steakhouse, the name says it all.

The 2015 list marks the first Michelin distinction for Casa Enrique, M. Wells Steakhouse and Zabb Elee. Danny Brown first received a Michelin star in 2011, according to the restaurant’s website. Zabb Elee was rated as being comfortable, while the other three received the higher rating of two spoons, indicating “quite comfortable,” with the steakhouse getting an additional thumbs up with a “more pleasant” rating.

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