There are several things you should be able to locate. Your keys, for example. And the nearest post office to your apartment. Also, the best ramen in your neighborhood. In Forest Hills, that’s Tamashii, a mini-chain that also has locations in Astoria and Long Island City. They serve a bunch of different types of ramen (including a few vegetarian options), along with some rice bowls and small plates like fried chicken and dumplings. Come for a weeknight meal the next time you want a bowl of noodles and possibly a few servings of sake.
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