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you should revisit the flushing food court

babar ganesh | Jul 31, 200301:34 PM     8

a couple months ago, the flushing food court seemed to be in decline -- open stalls, poor upkeep, more polished places moving in -- but i went back yesterday and saw a lot of promising changes. the upstairs and downstairs are now full of very interesting looking places.

i didn't have time or stomach to do much eating but i had one of the best plates of rice noodles i've ever had at a stall upstairs (forward and just on yourright if you go up the main stairwell). just rice noodles in a light sautee with a few cabbage vegetables, but somehow completely wonderful: simple, flavorful, inspiring. i don't quite comprehend, actually, how they could make something so simple taste so good.

if you haven't been there before, check out some previous postings on this board. it's unlike any other place i've been to.

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