45-17 28th Ave., Queens, NY, 11103
nr. 45th St.
By mindwherugo on 10/18/2012
not so dee lish. Staff not trained and food not consistent.
By michaeld5 on 6/26/2008
Stove is fabulous. I have yet to eat one thing there that is not good. You will usually find something attractive on the daily specials; however the regular menu doesn't fail to please either. Throw in the quaint little patio out back, and you have the makings of a fine neighborhood restaurant.
By TnE on 3/29/2008
You could probably drive past the restaurant and miss it easily. Once inside it doesn't scream at you that it is anything special. However, the menu immediately seems to be something "outside of the box" in terms of preparation. You definitely know that you are in a neighborhood Irish alcove, but not with just the regular Irish pub menu. The menu offers fresh preparations as well as traditional plates executed perfectly...amazing fish and chips. The service is always cheerful and welcoming. It is worth a drive to come and try. Plus it is fun to see the chef/owner out chatting with regulars. You feel like part of a real neighborhood establishment.