Our incredible Asian cuisine is a fusion of tradition and innovation. We provide the Flushing, NY area with a wide selection of different flavors and styles of Asian food, especially Chinese cuisine. No matter which region you choose from on our extensive menu, you are sure to find delectable dishes that will delight your senses (and perhaps a dumpling or two). Read on to learn more about these wonderful cuisines!
Cantonese food is known for strong, bold flavors, and often features ginger, spring onion, five-spice powder, and garlic. Many sauces and meats are used in the dishes, such as hoisin sauce or sweet and sour sauce. It also often features a wide variety of seafood, due to the region's proximity to the coastline. Wonton noodles, red bean soup, chow mein, and lo mein are some of the classic dishes from this area.
Often pickled in wine, Shanghai food is typically very light and mellow in flavor. Shanghai dishes tend towards allowing the original flavors to shine through, and thus are often light on spices and additional flavorings. One of the youngest types of Chinese cuisine, it has gone through many changes but often utilizes steaming, especially for its meats and seafood. Noodle soup is a classic in this region. Stop in today for a delicious Chinese lunch of Shanghai food or call (718) 321-8258 to learn about our specials!
Pork is a staple in Szechuan cuisine, along with mushrooms and other delicious, bold ingredients. Pickling, salting, drying, and other preservation methods are very popular, and the dishes are often then generously spiced with chili oil. Sichuan pepper is also a common spice used in this cuisine. Hot and sour noodles, kung pao beef, and many other dishes are well known in this region, including delicious hot pot. Royal Queen Restaurant / 君豪大酒楼 is well known as a fantastic Szechuan restaurant. You won't want to miss our scrumptious Chinese dinner!
Finally got my dIm sum fix after 5 months in florida. I have had better but this was good enough for me. I really enjoyed it. Loved the Tea too as i felT i was in China.
(Translated by Google) If you go after 11 o'clock, there is no need to line up. The food is good and the price is standard, and the waiters are so friendly! The aunts who deliver the food are very nice~
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