I stumbled across a May posting (buried in another thread) by "kathryn" which presented a valuable link to the food court listing on the mall's web site and links to previous discussions of the mall, of which Lau's post of September 24th last year is the most detailed, but mostly an eyeball report. The Flushing Mall seems to have a lot of chowish potential, though it's overshadowed by the more exotic and admittedly more fascinating Main Street malls, and it probably deserves an updateable thread of its own.
Karthry's post is at:
The mall's official food store listing, rearranged into what is left to right order to the best of my recollection and with translations of Chinese characters added by me is as such:
Downstairs food court:
廟口小吃 (miao kou=temple xiao chi) Mr. Lin
可麗餅 (ke li bing) QQ Crepes Corp.
鄉厨 (xiang chu=country kithcen) Liping Guo Ji
漢城 (Hancheng=Seoul) HR New York Inc.
永和 (yong he) House of Yun Ho Inc.
火锅店 (huo guo dian) Louis Food Inc*
水霸 (shui ba) S & C Food & Beverage Inc.
阿宗(a zong=Ay Chung) Louis Food Inc*
.鸭灞 (ya ba) Aba Taiwaness Restaurant Inc.
成都小吃 (Chengdu xiao chi) ChengDu Snack/Bai Li
LanZhou Noodle House
*These two venues combined as one listing on the Mall's web site
Chinese Korean Dumpling Store
Tea Shop 168
Any reports of what's good there, or any updates of the list of venues? For reference, I've posted a link to my photolog of the Mall Food Court shops a year ago. In the summer of 2007 there was a Malaysian Place and a Guangxi Place about where the Korean place is listed now. Are they gone?
Flushing Mall Food Court
133-31 39th Ave, Queens, NY 11354
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