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Looking for Fuk-in Fried Rice or Hokkien Fried Rice in NYC

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idoflips31 Apr 16, 2012 09:02 AM

There's a dish that I used to eat all the time at this restaurant in Chicago that served a dish called "Fu-Kin Fried Rice." I just recently moved to New York and am having trouble locating a place that serves it outside of Flushing. I saw some threads already on Fujian/Hakka restaurants, but none seemed to mention anything of this delicious gravy fried rice.

Here is a link to the menu of the place I used to order from (hopefully the Chinese characters will help, as I know the dish has various names):
http://www.chicafeonline.com/friedric...

And here is a link to a recipe for the dish w/pictures to show what the dish looks like:
http://yireservation.com/recipes/hokk...

Many thanks in advance!

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    AubWah RE: idoflips31 Apr 16, 2012 09:10 AM

    Many restaurants in manhattan Chinatown offer this

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      idoflips31 RE: AubWah Apr 16, 2012 09:54 AM

      Thank you for the response, would you be able to maybe recommend some places that had the dish that you like?

    2. scoopG RE: idoflips31 Apr 16, 2012 09:32 AM

      Try Chinatown: Canton Kitchen at 171 Hester Street or Noodle King at 19 Henry Street.

      Both feature this dish (福建炒飯 – Fújiàn chǎofàn) on their menus although there is no guarantee that this will be exactly what you are looking for. (Fu-kin here refers to Fujian province but the dish is not Fujian.)

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        idoflips31 RE: scoopG Apr 16, 2012 09:54 AM

        awesome, thanks so much. I'll definitely look into this place.

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