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Prince Street

Bud | Jun 20, 2004 07:53 AM

Although this post is not really about Spicy and Tasty, it's worth mentioning that the hot and sour soup we ordered was neither hot nor sour as it had been in the past. When we asked asked the waitress,she looked amazed and said something like,"Oh, you wanted it that way?" So, beware, Caucasians. The rest of the meal included a shrimp dish with hot and sour flavorings that was excellent. The tea smoked duck, that "The NY Times" indicated was the best barbeque around had no resemblance to any barbeque dish that I've ever had. The flavor was more like a marinade of five spice powder and was only fair. As I began this post by saying this note wasn't solely about Spicy and Tasty, it isn't; what it is really about is Prince St restaurants one block noth of Roosevelt that have proliferated and appear to be the new hot spot in Flushing. We'll return for many visits and restaurant samplings.

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