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  1. Is that "Sun Tong Gong" the place you are referring to that was on Pell St. in the 80's & 90's ? I loved that place as well back in it's heyday.
  2. Any specific recommendations in curry hill? -Pat
  3. Mango's for Southern Style Soul food http://www.mangosofnj.com/takeout.html Pollo's Mario for columbian style platters http://www.yelp.com/biz/pollos-mario-hackensack Villa de Columbia http://www.villadecolombia.com/index.php?o...ntact&Itemid=33 Miyoshi 21 Mercer St Hackensack, NJ 07601 (201) 489-0007 There's also a good columbian bakery shop on Main Street between Berry & Passaic St. accross the street from Olympus Gym & Domino's. I forget the name. Good Eats!!
  4. We'll be attending the day session of the US open & probably will be leaving by sun down. We have a car so driving wouldn't be an issue. Just wanted to see if there's anything worthwhile to go to in Queens while we are in that borough.
  5. Hi guys, We are planning to attend the US open next week in flushing and was wondering if any egulleter's can recommend an italian American restaurant in Queens ? So far I'm pondering Don Peppe's on lefferts BLVD , but I have no inkling of where the restaurant is in relation to the US open. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks. --Pat
  6. You have got to stop @ White Manna in Hackensack to grab a burger for your indigenous needs!!
  7. All my filipino friends & their families love the Char siu bao at Mei Lei Wah on Bayard st. bet. Elizabeth & Mott St. in Chinatown baked or steamed. Mei Lei Wah is one of the few old school coffee shops left in chinatown. I started getting them into the "Dai Bao" as well and they love it. I also like going to May May Gourmet Chinese Bakery on 35 Pell St. in Chinatown for their "Baos" and other delicacies. http://www.maymayfood.com/index.htm
  8. irongut

    China 46

    China Garden hosts some good standard fare dim sum, nothing creative though. At least my chinese family thinks so. You have to order off the dim sum menu, no push cart ladies. I have got to try Dim Sum Dynasty. It seems like a creative & refreshing twist to Dim Sum & Cantonese dishes according to the posts on this forum. As far as comparing C46 with old soochow, I think C46 is better. C46 has tastier stir fry & main entree dishes with good standard shanghai soup & stir fry noodles & dumplings. While in general Old Soochow is good at the noodle part.
  9. irongut

    China 46

    Good point about the cuisines of China46 & lotus cafe. If i'm in the mood for Shanghai style food like the soup dumplings, zha zherng noodles (not sure what the english name of this meat sauce noodle is) , scallion pancakes, or any other shanghai noodle soups, and warm soy bean milk, I go to a shanghai restaurant like C46 or old soochow on 46 in Saddle Brook. If i'm in the mood for dim sum or cantonese style seafood & meatdishes i tend to go to a hong kong style place like China garden in clifton or the restaurant in fort lee on main st. that serves dim sum. The name escapes me. If i'm in the mood for chicken wings 'n fried rice or general tso's chicken i go to my local neighborhood ghetto chinese place. By the way, "Goody's" a chinese takeout joint in Paterson on market st. sells a mean 'n tasty half rotisserie chicken (pollo a la brasa) with yellow rice for under $5 .
  10. I used to get a good Sloppy Joe @ The Campus Sub Shop on Irvington Ave. in South Orange. This place was a regular pit stop for Seton Hall Students.
  11. No offense taken, I was just making a suggestion for a quick fix takeout of Dim Sum at a local market if one had the urge. I have to try Dim Sum Dynasty. We live a few towns away in Hackensack so it would be real convenient. We used to go to China Garden in Clifton (no carts/Order dim sum on Menu) & China Chef in Secaucus if we didn't feel like treking to chinatown.
  12. Kudo Beans in Fort Lee on Lemoine Ave. has good coffee and sells freshly ground coffee beans from Dallis Roasters. http://www.dalliscoffee.com/coffees.htm
  13. King Fung is located on 470 Kinderkamack Road in River Edge, close to Hackensack. They truck in Dim Sum from Chinatown early on Saturdays & Sundays. Get there before 11am & you should have a good selection of Dim Sum & congee. They also have a cook to order & prepared takeout kitchen. I usually order their stir fried shanghai noodle w. shredded pork & the stir fried rice cakes. Pretty tasty substitute if I'm too lazy to go to Goody's or Yeah Shanghai in chinatown or even Old Soochow & China46.
  14. I guess it's formerly known as funky broome. Just passed by yesterday and it's now called Jazzi Wok.
  15. irongut

    Dim Sum

    I think you are referring to 'Golden Bridge' . The old silver palace.
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