This is the Flushing offshoot of Gammeeok, and their extensive menu, which also includes Chinese and Japanese dishes, sushi, fried chicken, and beer towers, caters to big parties. The couple who owned both Gammeeok and Tang split the two restaurants during their divorce, with the wife getting Tang (also open 24 hours a day) and the husband, Gammeeok. Tang has fancier, contemporary décor, but the metal pots of seolleongtang you can spot through the kitchen glass are still the real attraction.
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Szechuan House is a Szechuan restaurant in Flushing that’s been around since the 1980s.
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