Food & Drink

South Richmond Hill: A Self-Guided Meals Tour for the Senses

South Richmond Hill, the place Little Punjab meets Little Guyana in southeast Queens, is likely one of the most fascinating, numerous—and, at occasions, overwhelming—neighborhoods of New York City. But attending to know this cultural and culinary treasure trove is rewarding and simple if you recognize the place to go, whether or not it’s a day meals journey you’re after or only a great place to eat close to JFK airport. Here’s how one can eat your means via South Richmond Hill utilizing this step-by-step self-guided meals tour (and public transit).

This put up is sponsored by the Queens Economic Development Corporation.

In Southeast Queens, South Richmond Hill is a bit rectangle of a neighborhood, the place neat rows of Colonial-style properties intersect with avenues that casually transport you the world over. It’s a sudden transition that may shock you in case you’re not ready for it, however the cultural shift you’ll expertise through the eateries, markets, locations of worship, and retailers is so pronounced round right here it could possibly take your breath away.

Coming from the north, you first hit a hundred and first Avenue, 12 blocks of which have been formally dubbed Punjab Avenue in 2020 to mirror the massive Sikh group right here (111th-123rd Sts.). Imposing gold-topped gurdwaras, or Sikh temples, peek out from between homes on quiet tree-lined streets; eating places promote chole bhature and Punjabi thalis. Markets are stocked with recent pani puri, paratha, and spicy crunchy snacks you received’t wish to dwell with out.

 

Two avenues south, you might be on thrumming Liberty Avenue, within the coronary heart of Little Guyana. The Indo-Caribbean presence right here is palpable each step you are taking, within the plethora of produce and grocery markets, Guyanese bakeries and Trinidadian roti retailers, Guyanese-Chinese eating places, saree (sari) retailers, and mandirs, or Hindu temples. Inside the markets, the rows of imported West Indian sizzling sauces, achars, and juices invite exploration to anybody unfamiliar with them, whereas the eating places beckon with innumerable enjoyable snacks in glass circumstances and tempting steam tables that appear unattainable to eat your means via. Everything on Liberty Avenue lights up the senses. Where to start?

This self-guided meals tour is designed to convey a customer via Richmond Hill utilizing public transit and introduce, largely through meals, a few of what makes it such a particular place. The sensory explosion and deep cultural immersion right here can really feel overwhelming to a beginner—this information hopes to make it extra approachable so guests can confidently navigate the streets, menus, and markets with ease, and study a bit bit alongside the best way.

A typical Indo-Caribbean produce market in Richmond Hill, Queens

How to Use This Guide

This strolling meals tour is a loop that begins and ends on Lefferts Boulevard at a hundred and first Avenue, the place public transit is available. Allow your self a number of hours to finish it, and word that if you’re consuming alone or with a small group, you’ll probably not have the ability to eat all the pieces on this information! Pick and select the highest 5-6 stops you’re all in favour of and skip a number of.

(Note that in case you simply wish to know the place to eat rapidly close to JFK airport, you’ll wish to skip to stops 4 or 5 for aloo pie or doubles. Both are nice to seize and go together with, and even save for later as a airplane meal.)

No matter what, it’s best to convey a sturdy bag and maybe some containers for leftovers and purchases, and we propose having your personal reusable utensils, a refillable water bottle, hand sanitizer, and a masks for indoor use. If you might be planning to go to the Sikh temple, convey a head overlaying (a shawl or handkerchief, not a baseball cap—they’ll present one thing in case you overlook) and put on footwear you’ll be able to simply take away.

 

Exterior of Sybil's Bakery with its ever-present line, in Richmond Hill, Queens

You will word that a number of the extra well-known South Richmond Hill eating places—Sybil’s Bakery & Restaurant, Veggie Castle II, Singh’s Roti Shop—aren’t on this meals tour. This is each by design and never: All three are situated farther east alongside Liberty Avenue, too far to suit right into a loop route from our place to begin, but additionally, these locations are already well-known and make for nice destination-eating on one other journey. You positively ought to go to them too!

Finally: As famous above, this put up is sponsored by the QEDC, however past that it’s been a small labor of affection for me, as I’ve spent hours on repeat visits to Richmond Hill getting higher acquainted with the neighborhood, chatting with folks there, and diving into its historical past. It jogs my memory a variety of Jackson Heights, the place I’ve lived for 14 years, and anybody who’s taken my guided food tours there is aware of properly the eagerness I’ve for that neighborhood! With this mission, I’ve fallen for Richmond Hill too, and I hope you do as properly.

Aloo pie and sorrel from a Richmond Hill restaurant

A Quick History + Geography Lesson

To journey round Richmond Hill is to dip into West Indian tradition, which comes with a deeply advanced and painful historical past. At the minimal, it’s vital to know that as Dutch and British colonies, each Guyana and Trinidad used many African slaves on their sugarcane plantations and rice fields. When slavery was abolished within the 1830s, the Africans have been changed by indentured servants from India, who lived and labored below exploitative, unjust, slave-like situations. Chinese and Portuguese employees (the latter largely from the Madeira Islands) have been likewise exported for labor. Hence, there are outstanding influences in Indo-Caribbean meals from India, China, and Africa, in addition to from the Native Americans who preceded them. (The British affect is generally seen within the love for cricket, and in addition maybe the egg ball—see cease 6 of this tour. The Dutch additionally had a presence in Guyana, as the primary colonizers, however to not the extent as in neighboring Suriname.)

Trinidad and Tobago gained independence from the British in 1962, Guyana in 1966.

 

Trinidad and Guyana share an analogous Caribbean delicacies and tradition, and are each geologically on the South America continental shelf. However whereas Trinidad is a dual-island nation (alongside Tobago) within the southern Caribbean, Guyana is situated on mainland South America, on the North Atlantic coast (it’s the one English-speaking nation on the mainland).

So how did Richmond Hill come to have the biggest focus of Guyanese outdoors of the homeland? In the Sixties, to flee a dictatorship and hunt down higher work situations, many Guyanese left dwelling for the U.S., Canada, U.Okay., and different locations. New York City noticed an enormous inflow within the late Sixties and Nineteen Seventies, when the Guyanese have been settling in low-rent areas of Manhattan and Jamaica, Queens. Not but in Richmond Hill—the truth is, through the late Nineteen Seventies, there was nonetheless intense resistance (from the longtime Irish and Italians on this space) to non-whites in Richmond Hill. In the Nineteen Eighties, as soon as the growing older Caucasian inhabitants began leaving the world, the Indo-Caribbeans (and Indians) may transfer in. And they certain did—inside a number of years the neighborhood was reworked, with once-rundown Liberty Avenue turning right into a booming Indo-Caribbean enterprise district. (Source here.)

Google map of self-guided Richmond Hill food tour

Getting to Richmond Hill

For the needs of the loop route on this information, we are going to begin on a hundred and first Ave. and Lefferts Blvd. To get there through public transit, take the E or the F practice to the Kew Gardens-Union Turnpike cease (one cease previous Forest Hills-71 Ave.) and switch to the Q10 bus. In the subway station, exit following the Q10 indicators; when you’re on the road, ensure you’re on the Kew Gardens Rd. facet, not the Queens Blvd facet, to catch the bus (you need to be in entrance of Green Olive Grocery). You can take any of the Q10 trains that present up, common or limited-service. That bus trip is normally quarter-hour or much less.

You also can take the J practice to 121st St. and stroll two blocks west on Jamaica Ave. to Lefferts Blvd. to catch the Q10 bus heading south. It’s lower than 10 minutes on the bus to succeed in a hundred and first Ave.

 

If you decide to trip the A practice to the top of the road, you’ll be on Lefferts Blvd. at Liberty Ave., in a very good place to start out at cease 3 of this tour. Be certain you’re on the Ozone Park/Lefferts Blvd.-bound A, not the Rockaway-bound A.

All the stops of this meals tour are mapped here.

Gold-topped Gurudwara The Sikh Cultural Society Inc temple in Richmond Hill, Queens, NYC

Stop 1: Chai at Gurudwara The Sikh Cultural Society Inc.

This tour begins within the coronary heart of Little Punjab, and there’s no higher solution to immerse your self on this tradition than to go to one of many native Sikh temples (gurdwara = “door of the guru”). You can’t miss the gold dome atop Gurudwara The Sikh Cultural Society Inc. (95-30 118th St.). To attain it, backtrack to 97th Ave. (aka Gurdwara Ave.) and switch left. It’s situated one block west of Lefferts on 118th Street.

At the temple’s entrance you’ll discover cubbyholes for leaving your footwear. It’s customary to take away your socks as properly (there are slip-on footwear left within the loos in case you want these there). Be certain you may have a shawl or handkerchief, and never a baseball cap, to cowl your head with. Once you’re prepared, comply with the carpet previous the loos—you’re supposed to scrub your palms on the sink outdoors—and into the diwan corridor, or foremost prayer corridor, the place you’ll in all probability hear chanting. Sit and hear for some time; all are welcome right here. When you’re prepared, depart the room and search for the steps taking you all the way down to langar corridor.

A cup of chai in langar hall at a Sikh temple (gurdwara) in Richmond Hill, Queens

The langar, or free kitchen, is essential in Sikhism, reflecting a perception within the oneness of humanity. In this volunteer-run group consuming and gathering house, free (vegetarian) meals are provided to anybody and everybody, 24 hours a day. Grab a metallic cup and fill it up with candy, milky chai from the large black urn—there’s rather a lot to eat at the moment as it’s, however you’re welcome to return sooner or later and dig into the roti, dal, and no matter else is being served. You can sit on the ground, or at a desk behind the room. Soak within the quiet, calm ambiance, and if you’re accomplished, convey your cup to the dishwashing space within the again nook of the room. Be certain to thank a volunteer in case you see one!

Flowers outside Singh Farm, a Punjabi market in Richmond Hill

Bonus cease: En path to the subsequent cease you would possibly wish to pop into Singh Farm (117-05 a hundred and first Ave.), an Indian grocery retailer with produce, bagged paratha, recent pani puri, nice spicy snacky issues (the inexperienced chutney-style Kurkure chips are extremely advisable!), and, in a nod to the group simply south of right here, West Indian substances like sorrel and senna pods.

 

Noodles spilling out of the vegetarian Punjabi burger in Richmond Hill, Queens

Stop 2: Punjabi burger at Desi Bites

Post-temple, make your solution to Desi Bites (116-03 a hundred and first Ave.), between 116th and 117th Streets. This small eatery offers in Punjabi quick meals, which implies numerous chaats, thali platters, and tiffin companies, nevertheless it’s actually recognized for its Punjabi burgers. That’s what you’re right here for.

Exterior shot of Desi Bites on Punbab Avenue in Richmond Hill, Queens

The Punjabi burger is a vegetarian aloo tikki (potato) patty that comes loaded with noodles, lettuce, tomato, crimson onion, and varied chutneys together with inexperienced chutney and ketchup. It’s fairly messy, however scrumptious and distinctive (additionally, I’ve been instructed, a preferred dish in Punjab state), and subsequently a must-try on this space. I recommend half a burger per particular person in order to not replenish an excessive amount of—ask the counterperson to chop the burger in half for you.

While the store offers largely in takeout, there’s a little counter alongside the window in case you’d somewhat eat on-site.

Order: Punjabi burger, minimize in half ($5.50); order with a slice of paneer for an additional greenback. Accepts bank cards.

 

A bag of Guyanese pastries from a bakery in Richmond Hill, Queens

Stop 3: Guyanese pastries at Little Guyana Bake Shop

Cross the road and take 116th St. two avenues south to Liberty Avenue. You’ll cross numerous neat little homes and land squarely in Little Guyana. This a part of Liberty runs beneath the A practice, and the vibe feels instantly totally different: loud, bustling, colourful.

Little Guyana Bake Shop (116-04 Liberty Ave.), with two places in South Richmond Hill, supplies an incredible introduction to Guyanese baked items. It’s additionally a grocery retailer with fish, meat, and dizzying shows of cooking sauces, pepper sauces, and chutneys. Depending on the time of day, the again bakery counter might be crammed with many typical candy and savory pastries. I recommend beginning with a few of every: a smooth pine tart, crammed with pineapple jam; a flaky cheese roll, which has seasoned sharp cheddar inside; and black-eye cake (aka Chinese cake), which is harking back to a Chinese bean-filled bun however makes use of black-eyed peas, a native African legume. There’s Guyanese delicacies for you: a Chinese preparation meets African substances to create a Caribbean dish.

Inside of a Chinese black-eye cake in Richmond Hill, Queens

As for the cheese roll, its savoriness, and the slight style of mustard within the cheese combine, jogs my memory of Welsh rarebit, a preferred English dish. You may additionally wish to seize a salara (a red-colored coconut bread roll) for later, and maybe a drink from the fridge.

All of those snacks are staple Guyanese bakery gadgets, and there are a lot of extra. Bring them outdoors to style. You may take a chunk of every and save the remainder for later—no judgment right here!

Order: One pine tart, one cheese roll, one black-eye cake ($1.25 every, or 3 for $3). Accepts bank cards.

 

An Indo-Caribbean aloo pie stuffed with channa, chickpea curry, from Richmond Hill, Queens

Stop 4: Aloo pie with channa at Tropical Jade 3

Continue strolling east about two blocks to Tropical Jade 3 Roti Express (118-30 Liberty Ave.), the third Tropical Jade within the neighborhood (and, sure, they’re all a bit totally different!). This Trinidadian place is a feast for the senses—the music, the colourful lights, the seemingly endless steam desk show of curries, noodles, and extra. Don’t get too distracted! Today you’re right here for one scrumptious snack, one in every of my favorites: aloo pie full of channa, or chickpea curry.

Aloo pie is a straightforward rectangular piece of fried dough with a seasoned potato (aloo) filling. (Think: knish, however breadier.) Asking for it full of channa is a well-liked solution to eat it (amongst each Trinidadians and Guyanese), particularly earlier within the day. But it really works at any time! I recommend you order it with all the pieces, which implies it comes dressed with (spicy) pepper sauce and tart tamarind.

 

The steam table at Tropical Jade 3 in Richmond Hill, Queens

At the register, there’s normally house-made orange juice, sorrel, and mauby. If you’re prepared for a candy and tart beverage, attempt the scrumptious, refreshing sorrel right here. Grab a desk to dive into your snack.

Order: One channa-stuffed aloo pie with all the pieces, one sorrel ($4.50 for each). Accepts bank cards; there’s a toilet right here.

Pumpkin doubles at Sonny's Roti in Richmond Hill, Queens


Stop 5: Pumpkin doubles at Sonny’s Roti Shop

Cross the road to Sonny’s Roti Shop (118-06 Liberty Ave.), a cute eatery with some seating alongside the wall up entrance. Broadly talking, if a spot has “roti” within the identify, it can probably carry extra Trinidadian dishes, which additionally means you’ll discover doubles—and that’s why you’re right here.

Doubles sandwich channa, these curried chickpeas, between two items of bara, squishy circles of fried dough. They’re normally topped with a variety of scrumptious condiments: pepper sauce, tamarind sauce, pickled inexperienced mango, typically grated cucumber. Doubles are an unbelievable, cheap, and vegan on-the-go snack significantly common for breakfast.

Since our final cease featured chickpeas, nevertheless, we aren’t getting straight-up common doubles right here. Sonny’s has some wonderful variations (together with an excellent boneless hen selection), and we’re right here for the pumpkin ones. My sources inform me it is a Guyanese spin on doubles that you simply received’t discover anyplace else.

 

I really like this dish—it’s candy and spicy, tart with tamarind, messy and scrumptious. There are nonetheless chickpeas in there; it’s simply including pumpkin to the celebration. Of course, you’ll wish to get it with all the pieces. If you’re feeling formidable, additionally attempt the saheena, a spinach fritter made with break up peas and served with that tasty tamarind sauce.

A saheena (spinach fritter) from Sonny's Roti Shop in Richmond Hill, Queens

Check out the house-made Caribbean drinks within the fridge. I’m a fan of the candy and creamy sea moss, combining boiled sea moss (a kind of crimson algae) with milk, sugar, nutmeg, and different spices. There’s additionally a scrumptious peanut punch (like a peanut butter shake), sorrel, and a really bitter mauby drink available.

Order: Pumpkin doubles ($2.99), plus non-obligatory saheena fritter and sea moss or peanut punch (or different beverage; $3.50-$4.95 every). Accepts bank cards.

 

Interior shot of Dave's West Indian Fish Market and Grocery in Richmond Hill

Bonus cease: Shopping break! Take a browse subsequent door at Dave’s Fish Market + Grocery (118-08 Liberty Ave.). Pretty a lot all the pieces in right here is imported from Guyana or the Caribbean on the whole, even the fish within the again. If you may have a procuring bag, you’ll wish to replenish on some West Indian sizzling sauce (beware, even the “mild” is fairly sizzling to my palate); possibly some chutneys (attempt a spicy, mouth-puckering lime-chili combine) or achar/pickle, like bitter mango; and a juice for later from the cooler (I liked the soursoup and cherry ones). If you’re impressed to prepare dinner some Guyanese meals at dwelling, you’ll be able to choose up a bottle of cassareep, a thick, darkish, caramelly sauce made out of cassava root that’s important to a couple dishes (particularly, cassareep hen and pepperpot, Guyana’s nationwide dish). This use of cassava within the delicacies is taken into account an vital contribution from the nation’s Native Americans.

A Guyanese egg ball from Tropical Isle in Richmond Hill, Queens

Stop 6: Guyanese egg ball at Tropical Isle Roti Shop + Bakery

Cross the road once more to nook store Tropical Isle Roti Shop + Bakery (118-19 Liberty Ave.). Inside is a mind-boggling show of baked items, a steam desk with sizzling meals (there’s terrific duck and goat curry right here!), and a glass counter with numerous enjoyable Guyanese snacky gadgets, which is the place our focus is now. Everything in there’s value making an attempt, from the potato balls to the hen patty and the sweets (cassava pone, coconut-laced salara). But I’m recommending a small snack that tells an enormous story of migration and conquest: the egg ball.

A Guyanese egg ball is, merely, a boiled egg encased in smooth cassava that’s been seasoned and fried. (Cassava balls are the identical factor, sans egg.) It immediately calls to thoughts the British Scotch egg, which wraps sausage and bread crumbs round an egg earlier than deep-frying, and which itself was likely inspired by India’s nargisi kofta, a dish that pairs minced meat-wrapped boiled eggs with curry. (To additional complicate issues, the Dutch even have an analogous dish known as vogelnestje, boiled eggs wrapped in meat and served in sauce, which can or might not be traced again to the Dutch East Indies and modern-day Indonesia’s bakso telur, or “meatball eggs”.)

The steamtable and Guyanese breads at Tropical Isle in South Richmond Hill, Queens

However this egg ball got here to be, it’s absolutely at dwelling in Richmond Hill, Queens. Be certain to get some pepper sauce or mango achar to eat it with.

Order: One egg ball ($2.99). This can also be an incredible place to choose up smooth, lemony tennis rolls—I promise you’ll get pleasure from consuming these all week (with butter or cheese for breakfast!), or you’ll be able to freeze them—however there might be one other alternative later within the tour too. Accepts bank cards.

 

Good to know: The intersection you’ve arrived at—Lefferts Blvd. and Liberty Ave.—was formally co-named Little Guyana Avenue in 2021, a big-deal recognition for the Guyanese group right here. It’s additionally a great place to catch the Q10 bus again to the E practice in case you’re too full to proceed, or quick on time. But come again one other time to take a look at the second half of this loop information! (And make sure to seize some curry and roti from this final cease to attempt later.)

Guyanese-Chinese dishes at Kaieteur Express in Richmond Hill, Queens

Stop 7: Guyanese-Chinese meals at Kaieteur Express

Cross Lefferts and search for Kaieteur Express (120-04 Liberty Ave.), the second location of a mainstay North Richmond Hill restaurant named for Guyana’s Kaieteur Falls, the world’s largest single-drop waterfall.

Like many Guyanese-Chinese eateries, the vibe right here is type of darkish and clubby, with loud music and a bar within the again. The deep banquet tables can simply seat massive teams, and the menu contains each West Indian and Chinese-influenced dishes. Given the sheer variety of fried rice and chow mein/lo mein dishes obtainable, I like to recommend focusing there.

I liked the cha chi kai hen (spicy fried hen) from the appetizer menu, the spicy jerk hen fried rice, and the (candy, jumbo) pepper shrimp lo mein (the common shrimp chow/lo mein is nice too). Pair it with a West Indian cream soda!

Order: Cha chi kai hen ($11.99); lunch parts of fried rice/lo/chow mein dishes vary $6.99-$8.99 (you will need to particularly order smaller lunch portion, otherwise you’ll get bigger common portion), plus a drink of your alternative. Accepts bank cards; there’s a rest room right here.

Fresh sugarcane juice outside a market on Liberty Ave in Richmond Hill, Queens

Stop 8: Sugarcane juice at J&B West India Grocery

A couple of blocks farther east alongside Liberty, J&B (124-02 Liberty Ave.) is a cease for the historical past buffs: Established in 1977, it was one of many first Guyanese companies right here in Queens. You’re going to go to the sugarcane juice man alongside the facet of the store, however first pay for it inside. He’ll make the frothy, candy, earthy drink proper in entrance of you.

 

West Indian produce on Liberty Ave in Richmond Hill, Queens

Afterward, it’s value searching the produce retailers at this intersection—three of the 4 corners promote vegatables and fruits, lots of them Indo-Caribbean-specific (and lots of of them very cheap; assume 9 limes for $1!). You’ll see numerous bora/bodi (lengthy beans), karela (bitter melon), eddo (much like taro root), katahar (breadfruit), okra, inexperienced plantains, coconuts, Indian squash, sizzling peppers of all kinds, and extra.

Order: One sugarcane juice ($6). Accepts bank cards.

Indo-Caribbean duck curry and roti from Richmond Hills, Queens, NYC

Stop 9: Roti + curry (to go) at Anil’s Roti Shop

It’s an excessive amount of to eat what constitutes a (very) full meal at this level within the tour, however you’d be remiss to come back to South Richmond Hill and never eat or convey dwelling roti and curry. Anil’s Roti Shop (125-01 Liberty Ave.) is a cute Trinidadian eatery with numerous nice choices: curry hen, beef, goat, duck, shrimp, and typically crab.

Interior of Anil's Roti Shop in Richmond Hill

I can vouch for the wealthy, scrumptious duck curry with a facet of roti, the customary smooth, oversize Indo-Caribbean flatbread. Or you’ll be able to attempt the dhal puri on the facet (or get each—they preserve properly within the fridge if contained). Dhal puri is like roti with ground-up yellow break up peas inside.

Order: Duck curry, or related, with roti ($13). Accepts bank cards; there’s a toilet right here.

Fried wontons from Mr. Wonton in Nest restaurant, Richmond Hill

Stop 10: Sweet fried wontons at Mr. Wonton, Nest Restaurant

It’s time to stroll again as much as 101st Avenue, two avenues to the north. Take a hundred and twenty fifth Street, and if you attain a hundred and first, you’ll see Nest Restaurant (125-17 a hundred and first Ave.) throughout the road and to your proper. You’re having a fast dessert.

Nest has numerous Guyanese-Chinese dishes on the menu, however in April 2021 it launched Mr. Wonton, a line of savory and candy fried wontons with dipping sauces. For now, skip the savory ones—all the pieces from spicy Thai shrimp to buffalo hen and coconut curry—and take a look at a candy selection. I liked each the guava with cheese and the pineapple wonton. Remember that traditional Guyanese pine tart you tried initially of this tour? It’s basically that in fried wonton kind.

It’s one other sensible reimagining of Guyanese flavors through a Chinese methodology, and it’s the proper chunk to (nearly) finish on: not fairly Guyanese, not fairly Chinese (or Indian), not fairly conventional to anyplace, however completely at dwelling in Richmond Hill, Queens.

Order: One pineapple or guava-cheese fried wonton, $11.95 for 8. Credit playing cards are accepted; there’s a toilet right here.

 

Punjabi Dhaba and Guyana Choice Bakery on 101st Ave in Richmond Hill

Stop 11-12: Punjabi sweets at Punjabi Dhaba or Guyanese sweets at Guyana Choice Bakery

Are we nonetheless consuming? That’s as much as you, however you’ll cross by each of those eateries in your five-and-a-half-block stroll again to Lefferts Avenue and the Q10 bus we began on. I’m additionally a fan of bringing tastes of this neighborhood dwelling with me, so takeout is a good choice!

North Indian sweets at Punjabi Dhaba in Richmond Hill

For these non-obligatory dessert stops, you’ll be able to select from a variety of North Indian sweets—like kaju (cashew) katli, pista (pistachio) or chocolate barfi, petha (made out of the ash gourd), or milk cake—at Punjabi Dhaba (119-16 a hundred and first Ave.). Or you’ll be able to head subsequent door to Guyana Choice Bakery (119-14 a hundred and first Ave.) for some conventional Guyanese and Trinidadian sweets, such because the dense cassava pone, currant rolls, tamarind balls, bread pudding, pineapple cake, or fruit rolls.

Choose your personal journey for you last candy. Let your curiosity information you, and make sure to return to Richmond Hill for extra deliciousness quickly!

 

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