Fish tacos with Thai flavors are one of the small plates at Lola in Great Neck, March 1, 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus)
The flavors are still singular at Lola, Great Neck’s Asian-tinged sophisticate. But the format has come down to earth a bit. Earlier this year chef-owner Michael Ginor’s 3½-star restaurant switched from an all-small-plates menu to a more conventional one featuring appetizers and main courses.
Chef de cuisine Kwaku Boah said that the change was prompted by regular requests from dinner guests...
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