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New Rong Hang Restaurant

foodwhisperer | May 31, 2012 10:54 PM

Went to New Rong Hang on Elderidge St with a Taiwanese friend. She said there are similarities between Taiwan food and Fujian food. My favorite dishes were the fish ball with meat inside soup ( I was told Taiwanese fish ball is softer than these, same with dumpling) , the fish with meat dumpling soup, and the hand pulled noodles ( fettucini size) with sesame, peanut, and soy. We also had a huge lobster dish, with 2 lobsters over melon covered with mayo, Two types of fried frog ( one time had backbone), Razor clams with minced garlic. I've attached photos of the dishes, except the frog picture. The food was very good here. They had live shrimp which looked awesome. The staff was celebrating something and were eating a nice looking squid dish, they also had short ribs with no sauce ( looked steamed), some chow mai fun, whole fish, and a big seafood soup. This is a really good place for Fujian food, but my friend told me many of the dishes were Cantonese that they had there. I recommend this place. Right next store was a grand opening of a Fujianese seafood restaurant that looked interesting. Shang Weng noodles were better.

New Rong Hang 38 Elderidge St.

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