The typeface signals a second cuisine in combination with Caribbean, even if you're not close enough to read the legend "Guyanese Chinese food" in the window. The small insignia of a waiter, bearing a tray draped in a checked cloth, is a nod toward classy service on otherwise modest premises. The flower and the steaming, covered plate are well and good; this being a halal restaurant, we'll trust that the bottle contains nothing more potent than sparkling water.
126-15 Liberty Ave. (126th-127th Aves.), Richmond Hill, Queens