Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Flushing. Flushing is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens in the United States. While much of the neighborhood is residential, Downtown Flushing, centered on the northern end of Main Street in Queens, is a large commercial and retail area and is the fourth largest central business district in New York City.
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4 based on 45 reviews
This is a noodle and dumpling house, but there are excellent "main course" dishes, as well as wonderful cold appetizers, such as the gluten with mushrooms and peanuts. The scallion pancake with beef is a great standout, as was the Eggplant and Stringbean dish.Of course the soupy dumplings were excellent, and we wanted just about everything we saw other folks enjoying, too.
4 based on 26 reviews
This nicely decorated upscale Szechuan restaurant is really excellent. The colorful and unusual menu offers lots of choices, from soups and hot pots to stir fried dishes like rabbit and frog legs, and all manner of seafood, from crab and lobster to a delicious crispy fried sea bass, which we had. It was a good sized fish, wonderfully sauced with pork, garlic, and spices. The mapo tofu was exquisite, as good as anything in China, silky and full of Szechuan peppercorn for that unique tip of the tongue tingle. Yes, the food is spicy, but authentically so. One quibble is the priciness of the wine list. No glasses offered, and the one bottle of white wine listed was $60, a Grgich Hills Fume Blanc. FYI, no reservations for parties under 6, and the place is packed. PS, there is a St Marks Place branch of this restaurant in NYC.
4 based on 34 reviews
At Ganesh Temple, located at Flushing,Newyork,apart from visiting temple religiously,one can also enjoy good delicious South Indian food, which is strictly vegetarian,in Ganesh Temple Canteen.This canteen serves variety of South Indian food.Service is good and well regulated.Prices are reasonable.
4 based on 52 reviews
Had dinner here with friends and we really enjoyed it. There was four of us and between the side dishes and main courses, there was plenty to share, which is to be expected with a Korean restaurant. Definitely recommend the bulgogi (marinated beef)! And the pan fried mandu. And the seafood pajeon was amazing as well. We loved all of it!! Our server was so sweet! I wish I had gotten her name. She was so kind and helpful and very friendly. We will definitely be coming back here on our next trip to New York.
4 based on 115 reviews
This restaurant did not get a Michelin star but was written up as a "notable" destination. On closer examination they liked the main courses, and we went for Dim Sum. Very good variety of dim sum but really poor quality.One of the many tests of a place like this are the rice noodle dishes. At their best the noodle is soft and chewy and very thin. These were thick and doughy. Congee is another test of mine and this one was thin and watery and missing the many great ingredients associated with this dish. First congee I did not finish and I have a pretty wide latitude.The food was tired, and many of the dishes had been around too long before serving, although we arrived at 11AM as the appointed hour to get the freshest dishes. We had the custard tart desserts, and although the crust was flakey and good, the custard itself was not at its freshest.We did get good chrysanthemum tea by having Siri translate it into Mandarin.
4 based on 47 reviews
Ate here with my wife and her friends last week, and I personally didn't like it. While everything seemed fresh, you have to cook it all in a broth at your table. That is what I didn't like about it. While my wife liked it, I didn't. Almost everyone there was oriental, and they seemed to enjoy it, but it just wasn't for me.
4 based on 84 reviews
chewy "cold skin" noodles are quite delicious and can also be ordered hot.the seasoning and texture is unique and that is why this chain of restaurantshas become so successful. Note that most locations of this chain of restaurants is no frills, self serve, and crowded. Many in food courts or basements. For an adventurous outing you can try several restaurants in the same food court and try one or two things at each one.
4 based on 57 reviews
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot is a restaurant specializing in Mongolian style hot pot dining. With 36 spices and ingredients in our original soup base recipe, our flavorful broth is sure to satisfy every single one of your taste buds. The highest quality
My wife and, saw a review and thought we would try it out. We had a wonderful time, great service, friendly staff and food was fantastic. We would highly recommend and be back.
4 based on 74 reviews
Opened in 2016, Shanghai You Garden serves Flushing's favorite Chinese cuisine. We're famous for our authentic Xiaolongbao soup dumplings and our handcrafted dishes. If you're craving something different from the typical Chinese food, join us in our elega
At Shanghai You Garden, they want you in and out as fast as possible. I'm okay with that. The more churn, the better the revenue, the better the business. That's especially true if your product is good. However, I can't say that the products (the food) are even good, which is why I was surprised at its popularity. Most of the dishes (small and large) were just mediocre.Hey, Tunaidi. We're sorry you had this impression of us. While we certainly care about making sure our customers are serviced efficiently, that doesn't mean we don't want them to feel relaxed and welcome, too. We'll take this feedback into account moving forward, and we hope you'll visit us again soon. All the best,Wong Chen, Manager
4 based on 234 reviews
I had heard of Soup Dumplings, but never had the opportunity to experience them. A co-worker was in from out of town and we were working in Queens. He suggested this facility as he had been here years before. We shared an order of Soup Dumplings which were extraordinary for my first experience. We then shared a couple of entrees from the menu. Pleasant experience with nice staff, comfortable dining room and delicious food. I will return again with others.
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