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I think this is a small chain; we have been stopping at the Springfield Blvd location en route to NYC from Long Island. Prices are higher than in downtown flushing but two advantages are free parking in the back, and a large Korean market for vegetables a few doors east. For those who have been, what do you get? I always order kaufu; their hot and sour soup is excellent, as is their orange beef (for the partner who cannot eat spices) and their shredded pork with dried bean curd and yellow chives. Bok choy is about $14 so I buy it raw a few doors down and make my own, steamed in soy sauce and salt and topped with oyster sauce.
Any other fans, please tell me what you like: No innards, unfortunately.
Also good is the re-opened Kung Fu Dumpling on the north side of HH Blvd, and MAin Street. Parking much more difficult there but if someone waits in car...... Great kaufu but I think LITTLE DUMPLING has broader menu....both are take out and delivery only. LITTLE DUMPLING is cash only and KUNG FU might be cash only as well but I forget since I've not been since they re-opened. KUNG FU has a branch near theatre district in Manhattan....I think they also have ramen..not sure, never been.
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