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Lao Bei Fang Dumpling House

chefjellynow Feb 25, 2009 01:41 PM

I was walking up whitney ave in elmhurst and found this dumpling house and decided to check it out. WOW i ordered the pork and hui xiang steamed dumplings and honestly thought they were the best dumplings i ever had...and i do dumplings all over flushing/nyc...

anyone know what hui xiang means please?

when I ordered the dumplings i waited appx 15-20 min...after 8 min or so i saw them throw in freshly made to order order of my dumplings. they made them right to order, kinda suprised me

they also hand pull all of thier noodles to order

very impressed

Lao Bei Fang Dumpling House
86-08 Whitney Ave.
Elmhurst, NY 11373

 
  1. mushimushi427 Oct 28, 2009 08:02 PM

    I saw the article in Time Out NY on the Best Food Neighborhoods in New York featuring Lao Bei Fang and decided to go check it out with my family. We had a triple order of dumplings and four different soups with hand pulled noodles. Simple, delicious, super fresh and wow...delicious! The place is super small with table seating for 8 and counter space for 6 more people. This little noodle shop is seriously lacking in ambience but it's worth the trip for the taste of the freshly pulled noodles made before your eyes.

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    Lao Bei Fang
    83-05 Broadway, Queens, NY 11373

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      Mike V Feb 26, 2009 06:24 AM

      I've been a regular for years. See if they have the Pork & Fennel dumplings frozen. If so, just toss them into rapidly boiling water for 10 minutes. I do this with the pork & chive dumplings which she always has frozen (50 for $11). When I visit, I have the pork & chive fried dumplings which are always immediately available. I usually order 8 for $2.50. An incredible bargain lunch.

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        chrismkwok Feb 25, 2009 01:57 PM

        Glad you found the place. The beef noodle soup is pretty good.

        Hui Xiang is fennel.

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