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Basil Brick Oven Pizza and HinoMaru Ramen win coveted ‘Bib Gourmand’ award

HinSept. 24, 2014 By Michael Florio

The Michelin Guide has just released its 2015 “Bib Gourmand” picks and Basil Brick Oven Pizza and HinoMaru Ramen were among the picks for the best value for money.

These two restaurants were the only two Astoria locations to receive the highly-coveted prize. The restaurants are evaluated for excellence on a budget (defined as two courses and wine or dessert for under $40 a head).

The Bib Gourmand restaurant winners are considered the best and most affordable restaurants in New York.

Basil Brick Oven Pizza is located at 28-17 Astoria Blvd and HinoMaru Ramen is at 33-18 Ditmars Blvd.

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