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chefdekoven | May 11, 201705:06 PM    

Hey All, I was looking for a couple of recommendations at either the New World Mall Food Court, or New York Food Court. Especially the latter. It can be quite confusing what to choose! I know there is a long thread about the New World Mall already, but it seems more about general info than specific recommendations. At New World I am a big fan of the Big Plate of Chicken, Liang Pi, and Lamb Noodle Soup at #28. Also I have enjoyed the Cold Noodle Soup at the Korean / Chinese stall and the Fish Dumplings at the OTHER dumpling stall. I also enjoy the ginger level of the Shepherd's Purse Wontons at the Three Ducks stall. Any other recommendations? At New York I have only been once, and was totally at a loss. Tried the very popular Taiwanese stall, but thought it was just okay. Any info would be moth welcome.

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