I was very fortunate to visit the location that started it all, Liberty Avenue and 121 Street. Since they have expanded throughout the Borough of Queens and into Long Island. Everything they serve up is quality, from the rice, chicken, lamb, and falafel. Whether it’s chicken over rice or falafel you crave, they are the go-to people for late night cravings. No matter how popular and how large they get, whether it’s serving from a cart late at night, shopping plaza or mall, their quality of food remains the same, hence preserving their authority and being the go-to brand for some good chicken over rice!
What a spectacular event this weekend, the Diwali Motorcade in Richmond Hill (NY), right in front of Sybil’s Bakery. Shout out to Lakshmee and every one of Divya Jhoti Association for this amazing festival of lights. You truly lit up the avenue.
Also big up to Shanaz Hussian of Shanaz Music Sensation, one of the judges of the Diwali Motorcade.
Chevrolet was definitely the vehicle of choice, from the Chevy Camaro, Z71 Series, Suburban, to Colorado. There was also an old-school Impala with an amazing sound system. Even a throwback Acura NSX that was very low to the ground.
Shout out to the NYPD Desi Society, United Madrassi Association, Sri Durga Mandir of Brooklyn, and Running Man Express for their spectacular floats/trucks and huge turnout on the avenue during the Diwali Motorcade.