When Liza Queen got priced out of the space where she ran Queen’s Hideaway—her quirky Greenpoint restaurant where the food depended on Greenmarket ingredients and her mood–she ended up in Saigon for two years, cooking Western food for expats. Now she’s back in Brooklyn, once again cooking whatever she feels like, but if you look carefully, there’s a little bit of Vietnam in every dish.
A bit of her time in Southeast Asia shines through in her new restaurant.
Thank you for the beautiful article on Queen’s Hideaway (Summer issue). We’ve been reviewed plenty, and learned that sometimes people in New York follow…
At Queen’s Hideaway, she cooks whatever she wants, and we can’t get enough.
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