The following is a floor plan of the food court on Main St. between Sanford Ave. and Maple Ave. This food court is located on the west side of Main St. if you’re looking at a map, and is across from A&N (Kam Sen) grocery store.
Some of the stalls may change, and the name of the whole food court may change as well, but now I think it is still labeled "L&N" market on the outside of the building.
The list starts way in back, and moves forward towards the front door:
1. Hand pulled noodles: La mien is the specialty at this stall way in back. Walk down the main long corridor and turn left, you will be directly facing it. Red sign with white characters.
2. Sichuan: One of the two stalls adjacent to the eating area. Go to the end of the first long corridor upon entering the building and the corridor turns to the left with the eating area to the right. This stall will be on your right after you turn left. There is no stall directly across the corridor from it. White sign with red characters.
This is one of the three most authentic Sichuan places we’ve found in Flushing -- the second one being Xiao La Jiao and the third one being small restaurant/stall located in a mini-mall on the corner of Main and 41st, on the corner closer to Sanford than Kissena. The mini-mall where this third place is located is on the same side of the street as the L&N food court. It is a downstairs mini-mall; look for the orange stairwell descending from street level, and walk down the stairs, the Sichuan place will be immediately on your left at the bottom of the stairs.
3. Guizhou: This is the second stall adjacent to the eating area. It is the last stall on the right of the main long corridor when you enter the building. It looked like they specialize in beef and lamb noodle dishes. Red sign with white characters.
4. Islamic: Across from the Guizhou stall, it is the very last stall on the left of the first long corridor when you enter the building. This place looks fairly big; they may be using the space of two stalls. They also have a breakfast section on the menu. Yellow signs with black or blue letters.
5. Islamic: Going back to the opposite side of the corridor, next to the Guizhou stall, and closer to the front of the building, is another halal stall. They seem to be closed on Sundays. I think the sign was probably yellow with black or blue characters, but maybe it was red with white characters.
6, 7 and 8. The remaining three stalls in the front of the long corridor toward the front door of the building have lengthy general menus; maybe one or more had a Fujian bent. Two are on the side of the Guizhou and Muslim place, but nearer to the front of the building, and the other one is in the very beginning of the hallway of the building on the left as you enter the building; it is next to a stall that is not a food stall.
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