(This venue is closed.) "Hungarian smokehouse specials...everything is homemade!" proclaimed the handwritten sign out front of this little market.
My first visit was too close to closing time, but I managed to snag four of these little rolled pastries ($1.60 total), one each of apricot, plum, raspberry, and (shown here) walnut. Good, and likely much better earlier in the day.
Not every day, though; on a return visit one morning, there were no pastries on offer. From the shelves I plucked Red Gold hot paprika cream (6 oz.; $3.49), from Hungary; other than the namesake spice, it takes its flavor from bell peppers and a little too much salt.
42-07 Queens Blvd. (42nd-43rd Sts.), Sunnyside, Queens