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Jade Asian Restayrant

fresser1313 Oct 30, 2007 06:47 PM

Has any one tried this restaurant yet?

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  1. EricMM RE: fresser1313 Oct 31, 2007 02:10 PM

    Which "Jade"? The one in Forest Hills, at Station square? I was there once with my family. Great bar....had an excellent martini and a reasonably priced glass of a good wine....has a sake selection too..good service but slow kitchen. Food is nothing special..."pan Asian", nothing bad, but nothing exciting or authentic..while not a very expensive restaurant, it isn't cheap either...and better versions of the dishes can definitely be found elswhere for less..spacious restaurant, for once tables aren't piled up on each other. Overall, a pleasant eating experience, but nothing to write home about. I will go back eventually...

    1. eateryrow RE: fresser1313 Nov 2, 2007 09:57 PM

      I've been there a handful of times. It's got great drinks and a cool scene. The food has also gotten way better over time. But some of the dishes are still hit or miss. You mostly go for the atmosphere.


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        Linda RE: eateryrow Nov 3, 2007 12:00 PM

        or are you referring to the old gum fung, the popular dim sum place in flushing near the municipal parking lot that has become jade something or the other? i know there's been discussion about the replacement, seems like the new jade is not as good as gum fung.

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          mushimushi427 RE: Linda Nov 4, 2007 04:32 AM

          Was there a recent thread? Jade Asian must have opened within the past two weeks.

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            eateryrow RE: Linda Nov 8, 2007 11:56 AM

            I'm referring to the one in Forest Hills on the cobblestone square.

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              Linda RE: eateryrow Nov 8, 2007 11:59 AM

              i'm referring to the OP - still not sure which one he/she is referring to.

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          fresser1313 RE: fresser1313 Nov 9, 2007 05:35 PM

          The one that opened in Flushing where Gum Fung was.

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