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A fascinating French wine list is just one of the lures that might draw you, fish-like, to this neighborhood bistro, just one stop into Queens on the 7 train. An excellent bottle of Cahors washed down appetizers of pruney foie gras terrine, sautéed calamari curiously sided with diced beets, and specials like a beef-cheek ravioli; then we proceeded to a monkfish brochette, beef cheeks in dark gravy, and a duck-breast-and-leg combo hobbled somewhat by fresh pineapple. Though not everything swam, we conferred upon Tournesol a solid B for food and an A for ambience.
A great and slightly off-price wine list and a quirky menu are the formula employed at TOURNESOL, only one stop into Queens on the No. 7 and consequently overrun with Manhattan gourmands. Beef-cheek ravioli, monkfish brochettes, and the quizzical calamari with diced beets are the reasons, washed down with a budget bottle of Cahors. More »
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