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Andy's Chinese Restaurant, Rego Park

EricMM Mar 22, 2009 01:23 PM

Just tried this new restaurant on Queens Blvd, just before 63rd Drive. I believe it is where Raj Gate used to be...don't know how it is in the restaurant, because we got a delivery, but I was very impressed. I believe it is Taiwanese. They have a lobster special- twin lobsters for $18. We ordered them steamed....came with some ginger and scallions...quite good. We also ordered tea smoked duck, lamb in cumin sauce, dry bean curd with fresh hot pepper, and grilled squid and taiwanese sausage. Prices are very reasonable..best of all, the delivery came with a 2nd menu, more than twice as big, with just about any Chinese dish I could want...all kinds of seafood, including abalone and conch, frog's legs, and all the organ meats (not my thing though...) anybody could want. I already feel like ordering again tonight...Its great to finally have a restaurant like this in my immediate neighborhood.

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    jinglejangle RE: EricMM Mar 26, 2009 02:41 PM

    I work nearby and have seen the pre-opening activity, are there any lunch specials?

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      EricMM RE: jinglejangle Mar 26, 2009 07:19 PM

      Not only are there lunch specials, they have a dollar menu!

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        bigjeff RE: EricMM Mar 27, 2009 06:06 PM

        whats on the dollar menu? some of the dishes you mention above sound like sichuan; hope it doesn't try to be a catch-all place; would be very nice to see a good chinese restaurant in the hood.

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          EricMM RE: bigjeff Mar 28, 2009 08:19 AM

          The dollar menu is only at lunch time...lots of things. There's
          "Peking duck" which I believe is a slice of duck, scallion, in a bun...I know there's a squid dish....I don't have the menu with me. I get the impression that it is overall Taiwanese, but the have several Sichuan dishes on the menu...which are very good. I had sliced conch in hot oil, and it was the best I've had in years...ever since the old Queens Dumpling House (where Mr. Tongs is now..). I've also had the cold sesame noodles...definitely Sichuan, not the crappy "peanut butter" noodles. Best of all, my objection to a lot of the Sichuan stuff I've tried is that its way too salty. This stuff isn't. Also, on the dinner menu..the grilled items on skewers (shrimp, squid, beef, lamb, and Taiwanese sausage) are all only $1.50 each.

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            bigjeff RE: EricMM Mar 28, 2009 08:25 PM

            hope lunch special applies on weekends! am planning to go tomorrow . . . . cool!

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              bigjeff RE: bigjeff Mar 28, 2009 08:31 PM

              did some sleuthing; lunch special is only weekdays 11 to 4pm. real info is linked.

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              Andy's Seafood & Grill
              95-26 Queens Blvd, Queens, NY 11374

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                bigjeff RE: bigjeff Mar 29, 2009 07:54 PM

                looked at the menu for the dollar menu, there is a little buffet/steam table cart setup near the front of the restaurant but the closest analogy is like those 4 dishes for $4 or $5 places that are all over chinatown or flushing since it works out to about $1 per item; this one simply doesn't limit you to 4 or 5 items, but can be however many items you want (selections are similar to those sorta places too, lotta takeout standards for $1 per portion, as well as the peking duck and fried apps).

    2. bigjeff RE: EricMM Mar 26, 2009 03:41 PM

      no way! awesome!

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        bigjeff RE: bigjeff Mar 29, 2009 09:51 AM

        going there today and planning to get oysters in as many ways as possible: fried oyster pancake (o-a-jian), salt pepper oyster, and whatever else they might have.

      2. NYJewboy RE: EricMM Mar 27, 2009 05:27 AM

        Is this the same Andy's that was on Montague street?

        1. bigjeff RE: EricMM Mar 29, 2009 07:52 PM

          finally ate here tonight and the food is EXCELLENT. calling all area 'hounds and anyone else searching for various taiwanese dishes; this is the spot! well, we had a very small sampling but, very very happy with everything

          + oyster pancake (o-a-jian)
          + salt pepper fried oyster (xian-su o-a)
          + oyster and vermicelli soup (o-a-mi-sua)
          + sesame balls in soup (tong yuan)

          we went for the oysters 3-ways because, well, this is what I love about taiwanese food. overall the cooking, ingredients, freshness of oysters and preparation were all excellent. the oyster pancake was pitch-perfect; beautiful oysters, cooked perfectly (not overcooked, but still gooey); didn't have watercress (I think the greens were spinach) but the flavor, portion and prep were perfect ($4.95). The oyster and vermicelli soup ($3.95) was also cooked and flavored perfectly; the thick goopy soup rich with seafood flavor but not oversalty; garnished with fried onions, cilantro; plump fat oysters and noodles perfectly, I mean, perfectly, cooked. that is, dense enough with texture to hold and pick up, but you could also chew off whole clumps of it; really bad description but trust me, it is the perfect consistency for this sorta dish. they also had the cuttlefish thick soup (yo-yui-gen) with the strands of fish paste and cuttlefish, but that will be for next time. the fried oysters were no joke and the highlight; i mean, the menu says fried baby oysters but these were, again, the same thick, sweet, juicy, plump beauties used; maybe a dozen oysters, very simply fried in cornstarch with salt/pepper, laid on the plate over fresh basil; we requested a small dish of the salt/pepper to dip in but you could go without; these were by far the best fried oysters I've ever had, ever. just, fresh, sweet beautiful specimens, perfectly hot and juicy inside, great crust and when dipped into the salt/pepper mixture, heaven. could either pop them in your mouth whole (so good) or take slow bites (two or three) and enjoy that way as well; the texture is so nice. seriously. could easily get one order per person along with a bowl or two of rice each and call it a day. beats all fried oysters.

          we also had the dessert of sesame balls, it came in that very homestyle thick sweet soup with swirls of egg, not overly sweet and tasting almost like that alcohol rice, extremely homestyle. and with every check comes a bowl of red bean soup with glutinous rice balls/dumplings which was very nice for a complimentary dessert; not too sweet and could definitely use more red bean flavor, but quite nice.

          the place has been open for 2 weeks (since mar 16); the room is a vast cast improvement on the previous restaurant and, as far as chinese dining rooms go, very pleasant; bright, simple decor, spacious but the room is small enough that it feels cozy enough, 4 booths on one side and one large round table in the back. there seemed to be a lot of servers, managers, owners and waitstaff on hand, and the place was doing brisk business with pickup, takeout, as well as dine-in customers. we were there for a while and saw at least 3 or 4 tables turn over with not just plenty of asian diners and families but also locals walking in to check out the new place.

          there are two menus! so ask for both, or be sure to ask for the chinese one; I think a lot of the items overlap but they organize it differently so I didn't get to see the american menu but the chinese menu opens with that type of dinner deal which is, choose 2 entrees + 1 soup for $14.95, or add one more entree for $7.25; pretty typical deal; couldn't read it because all the choices (about 30-40) were in chinese; the second page is the regional specialties so the top half is sichuan and the bottom half is taiwanese. they sorta shoot themselves in the foot because none of that is written in english, along the items themselves are in english (with translations and explanations) so, its difficult to know that those two front sections are actually grouped together. we didn't order any sichuan stuff but they had many of the meats and cold cuts in chili oil, various twice-cooked and hot pepper (water-cooked) entrees; they should do a fish fillet in chili broth, they also had the bean paste whole fish (should be carp but they had striped bass and buffalo fish) for $14.95 which is a steal (pronounced dou-ban li-yui). the sichuan menu also had various offal and organ meat; should be great for a group.

          the taiwanese menu had the gua-bao (taiwanese burger), stinky tofu (fried only), various skewers for cheaps, popcorn chicken (similar to salt-pepper seafood prep), various intestine and stomach and tripe soups, various noodle soups including a pork chop soup, but they didn't have a pork chop rice plate, which I was surprised at.

          I'm rambling but basically, from the sampling that we had, the seafood, the prep, the care, the heart and the soul was poured into our meal ($18 total, whatt??!?!) and if you go in a larger group of say, 4 to 6, you could really go to town, for excellent prices; the owners could easily charge $1 or $2 more on every item on the menu and you wouldn't need to blink an eye, that's how low the prices are. oh, and most impressively, they had the peking duck for $28 and right on the menu, they explain that it is served 3 ways (wraps, stir-fry, soup). so I would definitely order that the next time. looking at the american menu (in takeout form) they do have a "signature" dishes section but its well-worth it to try and go through the whole menu and do some compare/contrast to pick the best items from each of the sections and, even more helpful than that, to bring a fluent chinese speaker/reader who can actually read all the items on the menu, e.g. they list 3-cup chicken (the taiwanese classic) as "chunk chicken with basil", which is easily missed (that's also on my "next meal" list).

          so again, everyone check it out! especially, everyone who is looking for taiwanese food (or even sichuan food) and, especially, looking for an alternative to the flushing taiwanese scene; this is quality food, great surroundings, great prices and deserving of success. let's keep the chef churning out the quality regional dishes, and don't let them get trapped into the drudgery of making sesame chicken all day long.

          oh! and, didn't quite get all the intel, but spoke with the owner and he said he used to be at some restaurant in manhattan, in the 30s? with the word Hunan in it; he told me the chinese name but I wasn't familiar. eventually, he left and just opened up this spot. yum!

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            janie RE: bigjeff Mar 29, 2009 08:07 PM

            great review, we'll check it out this week. Thanks.

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              jinglejangle RE: bigjeff Mar 30, 2009 06:14 AM

              Going for lunch today, thanks!

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                jinglejangle RE: jinglejangle Mar 31, 2009 01:16 PM

                Went yesterday and opted for the lunch special, soup and chicken and string beans, friend had chicken and eggplant which was delicious. Not at all greasy like in some places. Also had the "popcorn chicken" aks salt and pepper, as an appetizer which actually appeared after our main dishes. Very tasty but there were a few bones which was sort of an unpleasant surprise. I asked about the dollar menu and was told it was "a dollar per scoop" from the steam table. I'm not sure how they determine who much a scoop is (how many dumplings are in a scoop?) and who does the actual scooping, but I may try this another time when I want to take out. The place is very clean and everyone is very friendly. A real welcome addition to this part of QB.

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                Polecat RE: bigjeff Mar 31, 2009 01:39 PM

                Cause for jubilation, Jeff. Dancing in the streets and various honks and shouts from cars and rooftops. I'll be there soon. Thanks for the report and info.
                P.

              3. Polecat RE: EricMM Apr 17, 2009 06:19 PM

                Three words: deep fried banana.

                Unlike Mei Li Wah's version, which is wrapped in bread then dipped in a batter that gets brown and crispy, Andy's makes theirs with a thin sweet batter that's more of a glaze. A slice of this with the glazed side walnuts, and you're in banana heaven.

                On to dinner, which was pretty good in its' own right. I'm with Big Jeff on the fried baby oysters. These, for me, were the tastiest dish on the table. They had just a hint of crispiness in places - just a tad more and they would have approached perfection. Still, the freshness of the oysters weren't compromised one bit. We also had the pancake, which was sweet and gooey. Again, the oysters were the show, but this one was a tad too sweet for my taste. It's also nice to have a place that's all of two subway stops away from me that serves an authentic Gua Bao (Taiwanese burger); Andy's version doesn't reach the same heights as the one served at Flushing's Temple Snacks, but it's along the same lines. The pork belly, while on the tender side, is not nearly as flavorful. Still, okay. Finally, we had a satisfying dish of Taiwanese fried noodles, a dish which struck my wife as a "true Chinese noodle dish." The noodles were of the very thin, rice noodle variety, perhaps a Vermicelli.

                Thinking back on it, this wasn't exactly the most balanced of meals - noodles, a burger, oyster apps and a deep fried banana. But the chow was good enough to make me want to return. Just before we left, the table behind us got served a delicious looking plate of sizzling grilled shrimp. So I've already got a jump on next time.

                P.

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                  bigjeff RE: Polecat Apr 17, 2009 06:52 PM

                  glad you made it! saw those deep fried bananas too but you know, I still hold Waterfront International tops for that; I long for the day I go back for the fried taro dessert; so goddamn good. the last noodles sound like good ol' mei-fun, what certain cities in Taiwan, in particular Hsin-Chu, are well know for, rice sticks. sounds very homestyle and probably not what I'd order; cool to hear about the gua-bao as well. a friend told me he found the beef in cumin (sichuan dish) to be really good, among others. will try to get his info.

                  will head back soon; thanks for the report!

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                    Polecat RE: bigjeff Apr 18, 2009 05:32 AM

                    I'd put this fried banana perhaps in the same genus as Fu Ron's taro dessert, but not the same species. It's softer, and, with the glazed walnuts, a different experience - soft against crunchy. Try it.

                    And, yeah, the noodles were mei fun. I'm definitely up for more hardcore seafood dishes next time.
                    P.

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                      el jefe RE: Polecat Apr 20, 2009 06:52 PM

                      Sorry. But after 2 mediocre meals, I have to post the dissenting opinion.

                      Knowing that Rego Park, and that block in particular, is not known for it's Asian food (ever since Goody's moved out), I went with low expectations. Still I was disappointed. Here's my rundown:

                      Fried Baby Oysters -- this was the dish I came for. unfortunately the oil wasn't hot enough. The less than crispy oysters were fresh enough, but not enough to overcome the poor prep.

                      Salt and Pepper Squid -- not only was this probably cooked in the same oil as the oysters, but wasn't spiced as well as we'd hoped.

                      Sliced Fish with Garlic sauce -- maybe the best dish. The sauce was a little gloppy but not bad. There was a little too much filler and not enough fish though.

                      Tea Smoked Duck -- much too salty. doesn't hold a candle to Little Pepper's version.

                      Stewed Pork Shoulder -- this was truly disappointing. A very small piece of meet in a brown gravy reminiscent of the gravy on a Thanksgiving turkey. I was hoping for something like long-gone Goody's version or even Little Pepper's take on this dish. Everyone was disappointed in this.

                      Twin Lobsters (in ginger and garlic sauce) -- not a bad deal for 2 one pound lobsters. This is what everyone was ordering but it was really nothing special, other than the price.

                      Hot and Sour Soup -- when this is the second best dish, you know you're in trouble.

                      My 5 year old niece ordered off the dollar menu. A "scoop" is 3 dumplings, 3 fried shrimp, or 2 spring rolls. Even though it was only 12:15 that day, none of it was fresh. The shrimp would have been excellent had they been hot. I'm not sure that anything could have saved the other two items.

                      I was really hoping Andy's would be good since it's within walking distance for me. unfortunately, I won't be back. I'd rather make the long trip to Little Pepper than walk the 6 blocks.

                2. bigjeff RE: EricMM Jun 10, 2009 09:46 PM

                  pretty good review in this week's Village Voice:

                  http://www.villagevoice.com/2009-06-1...

                  i see that sarah digregorio went with the oyster trifecta; yay-yuh!

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                    Lau RE: bigjeff Jan 17, 2010 10:43 AM

                    how do you think this place stacks up to the flushing taiwanese (rego park is much more difficult for me to get to than flushing, which is very easy for me to get to)

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                      bigjeff RE: Lau Jan 17, 2010 03:29 PM

                      haven't been there since they first opened (since my post, actually) but that experience was awesome. nowadays? the dining room is kinda empty and I bet they turn out a lot more general tso's for delivery than oyster pancake to eat in. in ways, I'm almost scared to return, and not get the awesome meal that I got the first time around.

                      with that said, I'm not sure of the top taiwanese places in flushing anymore but definitely, the meal I had at Andy's about six months ago beat whatever I had up until that point in flushing and definitely the stuff sold at flushing mall's temple eats. like i said, I had the oyster trifecta and the ingredients were so good and the food so tasty; I may go back there within the next 3 weeks or so; maybe you'd like to wait until then for an updated report?

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                        Lau RE: bigjeff Jan 17, 2010 06:03 PM

                        yah id curious ill wait for your report, happy to trek out there, but rego park isnt the easiest place for me to get to

                  2. bigjeff RE: EricMM Feb 2, 2010 04:00 PM

                    recent chatter about their 'gua bao'
                    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/680280

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                      chefjellynow RE: bigjeff Feb 3, 2010 08:59 AM

                      just got back from some andys, first time there, got the gua boa and was not impressed at all, the cuts were too thin almost to the point of think cut lunchmeat thickness...temple snacks is definatly a step up

                      thaty being said i also got there sweet and sour calamari ( had the calamari itch lol) and it was really good. at first i thought it was bland but the more i ate i realized it actually was quite tasty i would definatly recommend that dish

                      enjoy!

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                        bigjeff RE: chefjellynow Feb 3, 2010 09:52 AM

                        try the salt-pepper oysters if you liked fried seafood; when I had it, damn it was good. again, I owe myself a more recent visit.

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                          chefjellynow RE: bigjeff Feb 3, 2010 08:46 PM

                          jeff, the sweet n sour calamari was not the fried one, it was the spirial-cut one... very goof... but i will try the oysters. i do also like fried too hehe

                          thx for sugg

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                          EricMM RE: chefjellynow Feb 3, 2010 12:49 PM

                          Unusual...every time I've had it the meat was quite thick....but all places have their inconsistencies.

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                            dkorono RE: EricMM Feb 14, 2010 02:46 PM

                            Just ate at Andy's for lunch today for a birthday celebration. The gua bao was fantastic and so was the spicy chicken with basil. The service was also incredible. When our servers heard that it was my dad's birthday they brought some extra treats to our table. I highly recommend this place!!

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                              chefjellynow RE: EricMM Feb 15, 2010 05:22 AM

                              yea eric, i will try again, i trust the board and i must have been there on that freak off-day
                              thx

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                                janie RE: chefjellynow Feb 18, 2010 07:56 PM

                                my husband had been eating lunch at Andy's 5 out of 7 days for the last 2 weeks--the lunch special is a great deal, food is beautifully served, owner really cares, and everything has been fresh and tasty. He sticks with shrimp and squid mostly---he's very grateful for this place since he works in Forest Hills, and there is absolutely nowhere left to eat lunch there, except for Corfu, and falafel--(and for that he heads over to Main street anyway--)--too bad the greedy landlords have the rent rates so astronomically high that few could afford to set up an eatery there--that would appeal to lunch crowd with killer sandwiches, soups and salads---it's really a shame.

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                                  jinglejangle RE: janie Feb 19, 2010 04:14 PM

                                  Really? Can you find out what specific shrimp/squid dishes he orders? I work so close but everytime I go there's an issue w/something. BTW has your husband tried Thai Austin in FH? If I worked in FH I'd eat there 5 out of 5 days. Great lunch specials.

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                                    janie RE: jinglejangle Feb 19, 2010 08:33 PM

                                    jinglejangle..he said lately he's been alternating between the shrimp or calamari with black bean sauce, and the shrimp or calamari kung pao--he also would order from the dollar menu but they only do that for takeout now--but they will let you order a few things from the dollar if you are also having a lunch special there. He's tried lots of things on the lunch special menu, it's pretty big, he said--it's also real cheap with good portion $4.75 or 5.50 if you add a soup, and he said their won ton soup is pretty good. They also don't charge extra for brown rice which is a plus for him. He doesn't like the Thai place, Bann Thai you mentioned because their prices are higher $6.95-8.95 and they charge extra for shrimp, Portions are small....and they have very limited seafood options on their lunch menu--also, we got to Srip fairly often, so he is used to really good quality Thai.

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                                      jinglejangle RE: janie Feb 20, 2010 06:23 AM

                                      I don't like Bann Thai either. I like Thai Austin, across from the movie theater, downstairs. Lunch specials w/tax and tip comes to $9 and they give you soup or salad, delicious entrees (my fav is the green curry) and either 2 spring rolls or chicken dumplings. Maybe $9 is too much for everyday but I don't get out that much unfortunately (I work across from the new Rego park center which I hear is opening March 3, curious to see what food will be inside, only rumor so far is 5 Guys burger).

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                              bigjeff RE: chefjellynow Feb 25, 2010 01:48 PM

                              hey all, glad to hear that Andy is keeping things quality!

                              You know, his main competitor must still be Tung Shing House. I laugh at the place but I used to eat there as a kid decades ago; I was skeptical when I saw the SUSHI sign on the joint but when I walked in a few weekends ago the place was totally packed with all the main tables filled with multi-generational chinese parties; I was thinking to hold a banquet dinner there sometime; might be an oldie but a goodie. Always funny to see the english menu that looks exactly like any other takeout but there must be a separate chinese banquet menu or set course menu.

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                                janie RE: bigjeff Feb 25, 2010 03:11 PM

                                there is a separate chinese menu for Tung Shing, and years ago, (mid 80's to mid 90's) it was still quite good, but it was sold, and went very downhill--in the last 10 years or so---but maybe check it out again, haven't been in about 7 years....

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                                  EricMM RE: janie Feb 26, 2010 07:50 AM

                                  I would think that any competition for Andy's would be from Mr. Tong's, a few blocks away. Its run by the former owner of Tung Shing House. It predates Andy's, but while its good, Andy's is better. But I prefer Mr. Tongs version of bean curd sheets with edamame and preserved vegetables..(my kids hate that dish...they call it "bean curd in water sauce"...but I love it.)

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                                    diprey1 RE: EricMM Mar 4, 2010 02:23 PM

                                    Mr Tong's is quite OK for some of their Shanghai fare--for the neighborhood that is, and maybe some Beijing and Shangdong dishes. Love their juicy gluten balls with okra. Tung Shin is pretty at the same level in SH food (still hardly an endorsement) but the rest is hardly edible--well, unless you consider a taro-tapioca desert soup. :)

                                    Andy's is like from the other planet: it offers a very decent and fresh Taiwanese fare, and the food quality is so much higher overall. In my experience, freshness has never been an issue, and we eat there once a week on average. The ingredients selection might be somewhat challenging at times, unless you realize that most patrons would never order certain types of food (this is not Flushing after all). No problem: ask for Andy and request that kind of food for your next time.

                                    The service is up to the mark, especially good when Andy himself or Mei are working the tables. In many respects the food is of pretty good quality by Flushing standards and beats other neighborhood offerings hands down, and the prices are very competitive. The dishes are quite authentic, with no compromises--unless you ask, that is. I prefer their oyster omelette and their duck blood cakes over any other NY rendition; still, the stinky tofu is often too dry and not very smelly, which hurts my sensitivity! ;-)

                                    All these places offer Chuan food that makes me shiver.

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                            wriskit RE: EricMM Aug 15, 2010 06:42 PM

                            Finally ate today in Andy's seafood after stumbling over its reviews in CH and Yelp. Based on review recommendations, ordered Taiwanese Hamburger and sauteed Chinese Broccoli , both very good. Taiwanese Salt and Pepper Pork Ribs were dry, but OK. Despite our misgivings, also ordered the recommended Fried Baby Oysters and Fried Soft-Shelled Crabs w. Salt and Pepper, both made using frozen ingredients. Both dishes were heavily breaded, not tasty or succulent. We asked for black vinegar which made them palatable. My wife won 't gp back again. I may try some other dishes: soups, casseroles, fresh fish before I give up on Andy's.

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                              bigjeff RE: wriskit Sep 7, 2010 04:17 AM

                              oh no! frozen oysters! that makes me sad and . . . . scared to go back. but I will, damnit, just to know it for my own info.

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                                janie RE: bigjeff Sep 7, 2010 08:48 AM

                                unfortunately Andy's changed owners recently, dollar menu is gone, baby shrimp was description on menu, and always came with big shrimp..now it's coming with the tiny baby shrimp..ugh...prep's are the same though for black bean, kung pao, and chicken and broccoli..

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                                  bigjeff RE: janie Sep 8, 2010 06:11 AM

                                  sounds like Andy gave it up and the place will turn into a typical chinese takeout, albeit one with a nicer dining room than most. sad.

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                                    EricMM RE: bigjeff Sep 8, 2010 01:36 PM

                                    It has a new menu, a bit smaller, with some different "chef specialties", but for the most part my old favorite dishes are still on there and just as good.

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