Golden Shopping Mall
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Flushing is the real deal Chinatown of NYC and you'll find some of the best dumplings and noodles in the city here. For adventurous eaters only.
Don't be scared by the basement of this mall, it's home to some of the best food in Flushing. Check this place out for the original Xi'an Famous Foods and remember to make room for the lamb dumplings at Tianjin Dumpling House.
It's literally "hole in a wall" food court in the basement. You probably don't expect anyting from a shappy place like this, but this is what it is exactly like in china. Dirty cramped shops with the most authentic food.
One of the best cluster of Chinese food and dumpling stalls in Flushing. Take Q44 or Q20 bus. Best place to get Q44 express bus is on corner of Main St. and Union Turnpike.
Try: Pan-fried pork and chive buns Lamb burger Egg & chive pocket with glass Take aim for this street-level takeout window for some delicious stuff that you can't get anywhere else in Flushing.
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“Great dumplings in a tiny, hole-in-the-wall spot. Be sure to get the #6, it's a classic. ”
- Door 4 locals aangeraden
“William F. Moore Park This text is part of Parks’ Historical Signs Project and can be found posted within the park. This triangle honors William F. Moore (1897–1918), a Marine private killed in battle during World War I (1914-1918). A graduate of PS 17, Moore grew up nearby on the corner of 103rd Street and Corona Avenue. Moore enlisted in the Marine Corps in April 1917 and was killed in 1918 while serving with the 47th Company, Fifth Regiment at Belleau Wood in France, in one of the bloodiest engagements fought by the United States during the war. A flagstaff base marking a recent renovation commemorates Moore and his valiant sacrifice. The history of Corona ties intimately to the arrival”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
“This is an office building that has retail shops and restaurants on the lower floors (basement to third floor). The office part houses medical and legal offices. EVERYBODY has hear of Queens Crossing, so if you are going to meet someone, the mention of Queens Crossing as a meeting place will guarantee that all parties will be found easily. These are the restaurants located in the retail/dining area: Spring Shabu Shabu, New Mulan Seafood Restaurant,Paris BaguetteCurry Bo,, Young Street Poke, Wonjo Tofu House,Happy Lemon, 10 Below Ice Cream,Kung-Fu Tea, Ajisen Ramen, Old Street Dimsum Rose House . We've held seminar and workshops at the New Mulan Seafood Restaurant. Seats up to 150 guests ”
- Door 6 locals aangeraden
“Learn about Rufus King and his sons, who were active in the anti-slavery movement.”
- Door 5 locals aangeraden