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Are there Xinjiangese restaurants in NYC?

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KiwiGirl625 Feb 11, 2009 07:03 AM

I tried Xinjiangese food for the first time when I was in Shanghai last year and loved it. Are there any Xinjianese places in Queens (or other boroughs)? A Fan Ti in Flushing looks promising, but I read a thread that it's actually Chinese-influenced Korean dishes?

  1. el jefe Feb 11, 2009 10:47 PM

    A Fan Ti no longer has what you're looking for, unfortunately. It's either Korean-Chinese or Chinese-Korean, but definately not XinJiang.

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      Lau Feb 11, 2009 12:47 PM

      i think the carts serving kebabs (chuan) in flushing are from xinjiang...although they only sell kebabs

      there is also one in manhattan

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        diprey Feb 11, 2009 02:21 PM

        IMHO, the cart food is the best... unless you consider cumin-spiced crispy lamb, which is most excellent at Xiao La Jiao

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        Chandavkl Feb 11, 2009 10:53 AM

        Fu Run in Flushing? Not quite sure what they serve now from the days that they were Waterfront International Restaurant.

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          erica Feb 12, 2009 09:48 AM

          Fu Run will make most of the dishes that were on the Waterfront Intl. menu. The paper menu I have has no English title so I am not sure if it is the Fu Run menu or the WI menu..but there are dishes on it that are not on the in-house main menu. But when I asked them to make these for me, they have usually done so.

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            Chandavkl Feb 12, 2009 05:00 PM

            Yeah, when I was there last year they still were displaying Waterfront International business cards and take out menus.

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