It's good now. In Flushing Mall's food court there's "Yong He Zhi Jia", the station sort of in the middle of the food court, between the shaved ice and the shabu shabu. Their Youtiao (fried cruellers) were freshly fried, light, flavorful. Their Shaobing was also soft, savory, yet not too flaky.
This place replaced People's Restaurant's station, whose Chinese breakfast was alright, but not nearly as good as this.
Their big sesame pancake are made in a rectangular shape and cut up to nice thick pieces for 1.25 each. You don't have to order a huge one anymore! And yet, it's so good that you might just want to order a few pieces. The golden sesame crust is cruchy, the inside is soft and spongy, with a layer of cinnamin and a hint of scallion, pepper and spices.