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flushing chinese update

IPcook Nov 10, 2012 09:15 AM

haven't been to flushing for a few months, looking for suggestions as to who is cooking very well right now- will be out there with a party of 8 on wednesday evening.
Very familiar with and love, hunan kitchen, spicy and tasty, little pepper ( college point) and Hunan
also golden mall stalls
thanks in advance for any help

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    AubWah RE: IPcook Nov 10, 2012 04:24 PM

    I like Imperial Palace

    1. JMF RE: IPcook Nov 15, 2012 07:38 AM

      Joe Distefano's blog, World's Fare, on the Edible Queens site is very good for the latest Queens food. All he does is wander Queens finding places to eat and write about. He also gives personal food tours.

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        Peter Cuce RE: JMF Nov 15, 2012 09:23 AM

        Joe's not working for Edible anymore, but he's launching his own site soon. He's still doing the food tours. Check his Twitter to keep up with him. https://twitter.com/JoeDiStefano

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          JMF RE: Peter Cuce Nov 15, 2012 11:48 AM

          OK, thanks Peter.

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            JMF RE: Peter Cuce Nov 17, 2012 08:53 AM

            Although Joe left Worlds Fare a few weeks ago, there is a ton of good content there and he created a valuable resource. I look forward to his new website when it starts up in a few weeks. And his food tours are great. He has become friends with so many restaurants and chefs, even picking up some Chinese so he can communicate. When he goes into a place with his group for a tour they are very welcome.

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              AubWah RE: JMF Nov 17, 2012 09:03 AM

              He is a legend. His work on World's Fare was revelatory. I only hope his new website continues the outstanding contributions he has made to the internet food community

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          diprey11 RE: IPcook Nov 16, 2012 04:46 PM

          Spicy Road is very good: it's more Dongbei than Sichuan but the chef crosses the culinary boundaries easily and with grace. Serious attention to detail: even simple dishes are worth ordering.

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