The port with preserved turnip #75 is great. The cold noodles was as well. Highly recommended for dinner. . Good price.
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While so many restaurant in Flushing, not everyone is really good. This is a very nice one. The materials are consistent with the restaurants in China. It is tasty if you are big fan for spicy food such as Hunan or Sichuan cuisine. You may...More
We came off the subway and started walking past so many great smelling places, but we are happy we kept going. The portions were huge. The authenticity was refreshing, and the spicyness was out front. If you do not like spice, be sure to tell...More
So far we've been here only three times, but have plans for return visits. Our enthusiasm is based on a couple of excellent dishes- their bracing Sauteed Pea Shoots, and complex Lamb with Cumin Flavor. Dan Dan noodles were good, and so was a chicken...More
Went here this past Friday with a couple of friends, because one of them had been recommended it by another friend. First off, hunan cuisine is spicy (i.e hot) food, and I mean spicy! Two of us can't really handle that much heat, so it...More
I highly recommend the vermicelli noodles, string beans and pork and Mao style pork. Egg rolls are excellent and Chinese egg plant is a favorite. A must eat at restaurant, don't be fooled by the humble attitude, they are the best at what they do.
The last two times I went, I called late afternoon requested big tables for party over 8. And when we got there, the table was ready right away. +10 points there! The restaurant serves a combination of sichuan and northern style home cooking. My tip...More
Really good food here. A Chinese friend told me it's one of the best hunan food in Flushing. The steam fish with red chili is really tasty. The pork with "white chili" is tasty as well. The waitress told us the white chili is imported,...More
We have eaten here many times. Their large dishes are very good. BBQ Duck and one with fish. We have better luck with their standard menu rather than the specials. The dishes seem quite authentic and many are very spicy.
If you want a taste that's straight from the Sichuan region of China, this is as authentic as it gets. A nice warming spicy that really goes to your head, this restaurant has both excellent home-style service that you expect from a mom & pop...More