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Flushing Queens Asian Food Tour


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I can't answer your question per se, but last year I led some friends through Flushing using this New York Times article (note the interactive map link on the left side, and print it before you go) as my primary guide and ending at a Szechuan restaurant. Recently went back out with some friends (led by the lovely kathryn) and we hit even more places on this list (White Bear - excellent). The basement of the Golden Shopping Mall should be experienced.

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I've been living in Queens for about a year and a half, and haven't really explored all the Asian restaurants yet, but I recommend the Great Wall Market (77-00 Queens Blvd. near the PanAmerican Hotel) in Elmhurst, if you want to make a stop at an excellent Asian market.

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Some of the Chinese food places in Flushing aren't really big enough to accommodate a large group. I'd do a self-guided tour of 4-6 people and go to the places I mention here.

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The golden mall is a good place to start. I would suggest you post this question on Chowhound or mouthfulsfood.. Lots of knowledgeable people and a lot more traffic about the outer-boroughs.

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