Astoria, Bars, Beer and Wine, Brunch, Burgers, Cocktails, Coffee, Dessert, Food and Drink, Markets, Mexican, Restaurants, Street Food, Sushi and Japanese, Wine Aug 27, 2015 Eat Around the World at these 8 Ditmars Restaurants If you live around the Ditmars/31st St. area, then you know it’s a gold mine for restaurants and eating out. Amongst the sea of American fine dining establishments such as (…) Share this Scoop by WHA Guest total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print If you live around the Ditmars/31st St. area, then you know it’s a gold mine for restaurants and eating out. Amongst the sea of American fine dining establishments such as (…) by WHA Guest Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops New Series: Lucy Eats Alone If you live around the Ditmars/31st St. area, then you know it’s a gold mine for restaurants and eating out. Amongst the sea of American fine dining establishments such as The Bonnies, The Sandwich Shops, the Bareburgers—allbeit all delicious—you’ll also find an eclectic mixture of culturally diverse cuisines. So here’s seven restaurants from around the world to get you through each day of the week. Japanese Via @Grace A. Watawa is my personal favorite sushi place around hands down. I love how fresh the fish tastes whether cooked or raw. Watawa (33-10 Ditmars Blvd. | (718) 545-9596) watawasushi.com | Facebook Turkish Via @Christina C. Truva Cafe may not look all that exciting on the outside, but they have a lovely patio in the back. The mixed appetizers platter is great way to start off a meal with friends. Truva Cafe (22-41 31st St. | (718) 932-6400) truvany.com | Facebook | Instagram Australian Via @Bradley H. Definitely go for the lamb lollies. They’re perfectly tender and come served on top of caramelized pumpkin. The Thirsty Koala (35-12 Ditmars Blvd | (718) 626-5430) thethirstykoala.com | Facebook | Twitter Italian Via @Ann L. Trattoria L’Incontro is a go-to place if you’re dining in the Ditmars area. The Mezza Luna is a ravioli plate that I could dream about for days. Trattoria L’incontro (21-76 31st St. | (718) 721-3532) trattorialincontro.com | Facebook | Twitter Mexican Via Tommy Beddome Get the tacos! They aren’t called the King of Tacos for no reason. Rey del Taco #2 (31st St. & Ditmars Blvd. | (347) 754-2966) Colombian Via @Grace Y. Sandro’s is a cozy little spot with some of the biggest and comfiest food around. I can’t stop myself from getting the Pechuga Empanizada, but everything here hits the spot. Stock up on a round of beers and let loose! Sandro’s Latin Food (27-03 23rd Ave. | (718) 606-2323) sandroslatinfood.com Middle Eastern Via @Dalia G. Shawarmania (22-49 31st St | (718) 545-1800) shawarmaniaastoria.com | Twitter BONUS: Greek Via @Alex M. There are a ton of Greek restaurants in the Ditmars area—too many to name just one—such as Taverna Kyclades, MP Taverna, Gregory’s on 26th, Telly’s Taverna, etc. That’s just to name a few. All of these restaurants are boasting amazing ratings. So next time you’re feeling Greek, draw a wildcard out of a hat for a fun surprise. Twitter Facebook Email Print 31st st.ditmarsGregory’s on 26thmp tavernaRey del Taco 2SandrosShawarmaniaTaverna Kycladestelly's tavernaThe Thirsty KoalaTrattoria L'IncontroTruva Cafe and Grillwatawa Related scoops New Series: Lucy Eats Alone Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.