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The very name of this restaurant reflects its commitment to fresh fish: the word “dayboat” means seafood that is caught and brought to shore on the very same day. It’s no surprise, then, that the menu centers around raw fish. Diners can select from five varieties of ceviche featuring fluke, squid and octopus ($16–$19), as well as tiradito, a Peruvian dish similar to sashimi, served with flavorful or spicy sauces ($14–$16). Dayboat also offers some anticuchos, or skewered meats like heart ($12) and octopus ($14), as well as entrees like seafood paella with shrimp, mussels and squid ($26) and purple pasta with the catch of the day ($25). Not a huge fan of seafood? Try one of the salads, like miso-maple glazed winter squash with beets ($13), or a fish-free entree like the Cornish game hen served with turnips and cabbage ($19).
41-16 Queens Blvd
Sunnyside, New York
|Transport:||Subway: 7 Train to 40th or 46th stop|
|Price:||Average Entree: $25|
|Opening hours:||Lunch: Mon-Fri 12p-4p; Dinner Mon-Sat 4:30p-10:30p; Sun 4p-9:30p Brunch: Sat & Sun: 11:30a-4p|
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