Laghman noodles and kebabs are the stars at this casual Uyghur restaurant in Flushing. Laghman is made using hand-pulled noodles with a slightly denser texture that are then sauteed with veggies and meat. If you’re looking for something a little less saucy (or if you’re worried about the laghman splattering on your shirt/face), try the samsa (small meat-filled pastries) and kebabs that come with the metal skewers they were cooked on.
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