This Cantonese restaurant specializing in wontons and lo mein noodles makes one of the best bowls of wonton noodle soup in New York. There are many wonton options at this Flushing spot, but my favorite is the dumpling trio lo mein, which has pork wontons, shrimp wontons, and shrimp and watercress wontons in broth with springy egg noodles. At first glance, the large puffy fried wontons may look like any other, but they’re in a class of their own—airy and crispy, filled with plump shrimp, and served with a tangy and sweet dip that you’ll want to douse over the entire dish.
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