photo credit: Kenny Yang

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Jiang Nan



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From the hanging plants and expansive space between tables, to the koi pond and even the paper stock used for the menus, every detail at Jiang Nan seems carefully considered. That exactingness also extends to the food at this group-friendly Flushing spot, which represents different regions of China. The Peking duck is the main event, and it comes with pineapple chunks in addition to the usual accoutrements. The chewy pancakes are so good, we wish we could sneak them into every Peking duck spot. Add soup dumplings, and the fried, roe-filled capelin (a type of smelt) for a meal you’ll soon want to have again. Jiang Nan also has locations in Borough Park and on the LES.

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