Rating: 4 paws out of 5
Spent:. $7 per person
Date Friendly: No, 2 small tables, it a hole in the wall place.
Note: Take out suggested, they kinda speak English, but it might be struggle.
133-49 Roosevelt Avenue
Flushing, NY 11354
The best places are always the hidden and secret ones. Well this place is out in plain site, but unless you can read Chinese, you are pretty much out of luck. Lucky for this ferret, he has a secret decoder ring and compass to point to the good stuff in Flushing. Come explore this place with me and you can see what treasures can be found.
Door to the place is kinda hard to find because there is not much English words around. But once you find it you can get things going here.
You order form the board or from a paper menu. They both have English and Chinese so it is not too difficult to decide what you want to have.
Chicken Leg over rice here comes with a soy sauce hard boiled egg, sausage, some pickled vegetables and rice with meat sauce. The chicken here has a very crisp skin and extremely moist texture on the inside. The outside of the skin is seasoned with some sweet flavorful spices. I can’t quite put my finger on what exactly it is but it in the neighborhood of an Asian one such as five spice. The egg, vegetables and rice goes well with the chicken and this is a complete meal on it own.
Pork Chop over rice is very similar to the Chicken leg except just with pork chop instead. The seasoning of this pork chop is very close chicken leg. Beginning a fried pork chop makes the interior the meat very moist, it is not too fatty also, but not lean by far. The exterior of the pork chop is crispy and can put a smile on carnivores face.
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