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Corner 28 Roast Duck Buns Now $1

kathryn Jan 4, 2009 03:38 PM

Not sure when the change happened BUT they still are delicious!

And they still sell rice noodle rolls, you tiao, and some other sort of breads:

And there are some other interesting specials

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    david sprague RE: kathryn Jan 4, 2009 04:04 PM

    went up about two (three?) months ago, but yep, still delish.

    and thanks, kathryn, for your informative and fun posts!

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    1. re: david sprague
      bennyt RE: david sprague Jan 4, 2009 04:43 PM

      Wow. Looks amazing. Where in Flushing is this place?

      1. re: bennyt
        kathryn RE: bennyt Jan 4, 2009 06:34 PM

        You can't miss it. It's usually got a line 3-5 people deep on the weekends!

        Corner 28
        40-28 Main St, Queens, NY 11354

        1. re: kathryn
          bennyt RE: kathryn Jan 7, 2009 01:32 PM

          I had the pleasure of sampling the Corner 28 duck bun today (well, four of them). So delicious. A couple of fatty chunks of duck and skin with hoisin sauce and cucumber on a pillowy bun. Maybe on account of the weather, there was no line at all - it took me all of 30 seconds to procure four buns of goodness. At a dollar a pop, definitely one of the best deals in town. Thanks so much for the recommendation!

    2. bigjeff RE: kathryn Jan 5, 2009 09:34 AM

      oh those fried bun things are insane, I remember the name is like, "bomb." hope they still got the duck carcasses! maybe those price went up as well? the best value in all of flushing, I'd say.

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      1. re: bigjeff
        kathryn RE: bigjeff Jan 5, 2009 02:14 PM

        Tell me more about these "bombs"!

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          bigjeff RE: kathryn Jan 5, 2009 02:52 PM

          well its in your flickr there, the one with the vendor lady at the top and the massive piles of fried crap; it's the stuff just under the you-tiao; looks like a big fissure in the middle of the fried dough and, its just some fried dough, straight up. mandarin = "zha dan". btw, that is a serious crawl. damn homie.

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