In "Food Warriors," NYC subway grub sleuths find A+ ethnic eats in Richmond Hill, Queens

There's a wonderful new episode out from Food Warriors, the delightful NYC street eats web series starring Dallas Penn and Rafi Kam, and directed by Casimir Nozkowski.

In the series, Dallas and Rafi look for the best places to eat when they exit the subway system, with the help of the people they encounter at that station.

The hungry duo's subterranean journey along NYC's 'A' train line this time brings them to Richmond Hill, Queens.

The station sign says Ozone Park, but the truth is we've landed in Richmond Hill, Queens. We're way way out from Manhattan's commercial districts and expensive real estate now, and that distance helps create this bustling immigrant neighborhood and protect it from encroachment.

The demographics here are a globe-spanning mix of the West and East Indies. Richmond Hill is called "Little Guyana" for the prevailing influence of that South American nation (a British colony until 1966), but the Caribbean islands (particularly Trinidad) and Indian subcontinent are in the mix as well.

The combination is literally delicious, and this area might be the richest for food options that we've seen so far. Trini Roti shops, Chinese-Guyanese hybrids, restaurants that sell clothes out front and do your taxes in the back. How are we ever going to leave this place?

Here's their YouTube channel.

We frequently feature "Food Warriors" episodes on Boing Boing's Virgin America in-flight entertainment channel. We're hungry people over here at Boing Boing. They've never steered us wrong.