Saturday, June 28, 2008

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My friend and I found a bar lounge at the newly opened Queens Crossing Mall, Flushing Queens. Ms Yang Hui Shan, owner and former Taiwanese Golden Horse Award Winner, has a vision to create an ultra hip bar lounge made entirely out of colored glass. TMSK is also found at Shanghai. China.

Friday, June 27, 2008

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There are quite a number of economical rice outlets in Flushing, Queens. However, this new outlet attracted our attention and we gave it a shot.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

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Along Main Street, you will find a good Chinese Restaurant with outdated interior. When you are in the restaurant, you will think that you are in the "Back to the Future" movie, where Martin McFly went to the past. For me, I really thought that I went back in time when I dined there.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

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Han Ah Reum, HMart in short,  is an American supermarket chain operated by the Hanahreum Group in New Jersey. The chain specialises in providing Asian foods. "H Mart" stands for Han Ah Reum, a korean phrase meaning "One Arm Full of Groceries." There are two Han Ah Reum in Flushing, Queens. Each of them has a restaurant or shops within the supermarket. For instance, H Mart at Union Street has Namoodol Restaurant and H Mart at Northern Boulevard has unnamed Korean Restaurant. 

Friday, June 20, 2008

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I asked some of my friends living in Flushing on where to get the best steamed buns. They would say, “Joe’s Shanghai”. So, I made some preliminary research and found that this restaurant has received food reviews from the New York Times, Time Out Magazine Eat & Out, Travel and Leisure, Zagat Survey and even in the New York Magazine. Because of these great reviews, we decided to give a try and share our reviews.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

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I was shopping at Han Ah Reum Mart at Union Street when I stumbled upon a small snack outlet in the supermarket. The tempting and delicious aroma spread throughout the supermarket but you cannot help but follow the smell to the simple booth at the far end of the supermarket.
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I spotted this Korean noodle restaurant while walking towards Main Street along Northern Blvd. This restaurant is always crowded and many a times there are people who seem to be in the waiting list.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

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Bubble tea is not uncommon at Flushing, Queens. You can see bakeries, restaurants, cafes and even small food joints are selling bubble tea. Bubble tea is originated in Taiwan in the 1980s. I decided to try out one of the bubble tea joints - Sago Tea Cafe.
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Today I decided to try the Singapore-style Vermicelli for a change. The vermicelli with carrot and cabbage strips is cooked with soy sauce. In Singapore, it is known as ‘economical noodle’ where customers can order either vermicelli or flat noodles as the main and side dishes such as drumsticks, fish balls, spring roll. 
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I had a strong craving for chow fun (炒粉) after my Thursday class. When I arrived at Flushing Queens, I was desperately looking for a Chinese Restaurant that might still be opened at this time of the night. Without much difficulty, I found Chao Zhou Restaurant that not only serves Chow Fun but also opens till 2am in the morning. I could not wait and ordered my beef chow fun immediately. Beef Chow Fun is usually fried with bean sprout, spring onions, beef of course, and light soy sauce.

Monday, June 09, 2008

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Little Lamb Family Restaurant (小肥羊) is located at the tip of Main Street adjacent to Northern Blvd. This simple, air conditioned restaurant is always crowded. Customers would stand outside the restaurant just to wait for their queue numbers to be called.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

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 Loved the bread with olive oil and herbs. The breads were freshly baked.

minestra – seasonal vegetables, cannellini beans

 Lasagne

Tiramisu



Address: 23 Palmer Square E, Princeton, NJ 08542, United States
http://www.teresacaffe.com/index.php
Rating: 3/5
Price: $$
 

Saturday, June 07, 2008

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Ranked 99 of 366 restaurants at Flushing, Queens in Tripadvisor.com, we decided to try dim sum at New Pacific today. It is quite accessible and easy to locate from Flushing Main Street Subway Station. There are a lot of dim sum restaurants in Flushing, Queens but we decided to try out this restaurant for a start.

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