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Dim Sum Garden


13505 40th Rd, Flushing
Earn 3X Points

When we want a big selection of high-quality dim sum in Flushing, Dim Sum Garden is one of our top choices. This restaurant has a lot of seating, two big tree trunks in the middle of the room, and a huge screen showing music videos. Instead of a roaming cart situation, you order off a huge menu with pictures of each item. Start with their sweet, crumbly baked buns filled with a saucy BBQ pork blend, and add some slurpable soup dumplings. All the usual suspects like rice rolls, chicken feet, and har gow are available too. You should know that this place is cash-only and happens to be around the corner from White Bear, so go there first for a great doubleheader.

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