The Flushing Mall's food court has gone through some changes. The mexican place and the pizza place has gone. There now is a Malaysian place that offers a handful of Malay dishes as well as some Malaysian sticky rice wrapped in bamboo leaves. Like the Chinese Tsong Ze. Next to it is a dim sum place that I just so happen to walk by when the guy started making the shrimp rice noodle roll. When I finished my shaved ice I hurried back and just caught the freshly made roll. Wow. Can't get any fresher than this. The sauce was too sweet. I didn't bother pouring the sauce onto the rice noodle roll as it was perfect. The shrimp was slippery sweet and well seasoned. Their fried cruller and wheat cake seem to be pretty flavorful, but that's only from tasting a little pinch. I'll have to try it with an empty stomach yet.
On the other side of the room, there's now a cold cut station (Beggar's table? or something like that). Next to it is a new Taiwanese brown thin noodle place.
The big change is that it's now busy almost all the time. People are liking the food. The individual shabu shabu has always been popular and is continuing to do well. It's a great place for lone-diners as well as for groups of diners.