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Where To Eat At The US Open
Waffle fries, birria tacos, kati rolls, and everything else you should be eating between sets.
Located across from the famous Temple Canteen in Flushing, Dosa Hutt not-so-subtly provides temple-goers and passers-by a similar menu of South Indian food.
Szechuan House is a Szechuan restaurant in Flushing that’s been around since the 1980s.
Sifu Chio is a Cantonese restaurant in Flushing with wontons and lo mein we really like.
Shanghai You Garden
Shanghai You Garden in Flushing makes some of the city’s best xiao long bao.
Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant 敦城海鲜酒家
Asian Jewels in Flushing is a gigantic har gow and rice roll palace that makes some of our favorite dim sum in NYC.
The Best Taiwanese Restaurants In Flushing
Beef noodle soup, fried chicken, Taiwanese breakfast food, and so much more.
San Soo Kap San 2
San Soo Kap San 2 is a great Korean restaurant in Flushing with bottomless banchan.
Tarim Uyghur Food
Tarim Uyghur Food is a food stall inside Flushing's New World Mall with especially good kebabs.
Rio De La Plata Bakery
Rio De La Plata is an Argentinian bakery in Elmhurst that we like a lot.
Hapisgah Steak House
Hapisgah in Flushing is a popular kosher steakhouse with Italian and Asian options as well.
Nurlan is a casual, halal Uyghur restaurant in Flushing with great laghman hand-pulled noodles.
Kabul Kabab House
Kabul Kabab House is an Afghan restaurant in Flushing with - you guessed it - great kababs.
Chong Qing Lao Zao
Chong Qing Lao Zao in Flushing specializes in Chongqing-style hot pot made with beef tallow and Sichuan peppers