We enjoyed our lunch - chicken with cashu and spicy beef with hot chili. Tea was hot as needed in this cold time but the soup was luck-warm. Service was good.
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I came here right from the airport after my reunion in Cincinnati. I was really hungry. The food is really good. Authentic chinese food; if I'm not wrong, cantonese style. It wasn't that busy when I arrived (like 4 pm). The food, while good, is...More
Last visit was last week. One of the oldest restaurants in Flushing. Predates the ongoing "gentrification" of the area by Asian yuppies and rich mainlanders (from mainland China). A very oasis of the old Cantonese neighborhood. Been coming here for several decades (we are a...More
I have a great appreciation for food I'm not that familiar with. This place is just one of those places. You can order a fish swimming in the aquarium, but it's probably pricey and we usually venture into something less exotic. Hot and sour is...More
We came for dinner one weekend night. We got the clams with black bean sauce, because we've been wanting to order that for awhile, and Peking duck, and stir-fried spinach with garlic. They provided the most delicious roast peanuts as a snack. Nothing wrong with...More
This place is authentic Chinese food. We had General Tso and Shrimp with Lobster Sauce from the lunch menu. Great value, terrific food. But no egg rolls are available. Staff are really nice. Restaurant is very clean and it's a nice place to sit down....More
This was new when I visited Flushing about 1.5 years ago. It's within walking distance from the hotel where we stayed. The setting was new and clean but service is average. The price is a bit high as the food was only average too.
While East Lake is normally good, Christmas dinner was a disappointment. The food was too salty. One of the dishes was ordered incorrectly. The waiters were much less attentive. We arrived early, perhaps too early. I don't know if the chef changed. Something wasn't quite...More
My mother-in-law is a Chinese immigrant from Guanghou who has for 60 years lived in Flushing. This restaurant is the place to go for Dim Sum (Yum Ta). We also went for dinner as well with friends from the SF Bay Area. Ginny speaks some...More
I was attracted by the large crowds in this place, and the seafood name. I ordered a seafood soup "with fish maws". Hey, I know Chinese food. It can sometimes be a bit shocking to behold for the Wendy's set, but that is part of...More