Xinjiang BBQ Cart Review

Posted by Scott on January 14th, 2011

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Rating: 4 paws out of 5
Spent:
.  $2 per person
Chain:
maybe, there are other carts with same name
Date Friendly: Yes
Note:
The guy is there at night and everything is $1.
41st Rd & Kissena Blvd
Flushing, NY 11355

Late at night out on the town, one needs a snack.  What better snack is of ones on a stick?  On top of it being on a stick, it’s spicy also.  Oh what a perfect combination this hungry guy found in one of the busiest corners in Flushing.

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Night cooking action

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Daytime cooking action.

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Grill action with the charcoal box to the left side.  He uses natural royal oak charcoal.

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Beef (pronounced [ niú ròu ] Link ) has same spices as the others, beef is pretty tender and has very nice flavors.  I usually ask for a little spicy which is still a little hot.  The powdered spice that you get is of the Asian kinda, there is a slight underlying sweetness to it.

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Lamb (pronounced [ yáng ròu ] Link) same spices, tender with a bit of more chewiness than the others.  There is some gristle and the gamey taste is there but is masked by the spices.  The meat goes well with the magic spice.

Xinjiang BBQ Cart

Chicken (pronounced [ jī ] Link) is cooked with  the same spices.  They use is thigh here, so it is very tender and juicy without really much effort needed.  The amount of meat on the skewer is much more than the lamb and beef.  The chicken is my favorite.  In theory, this one will fill you up more.

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