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Like the old Yogi Bera quip that no one goes because it’s too crowded I would say of here. I have not seen this place without a line. Despite freezing cold or sweltering heat people will wait outside for eternity to get a seat to...More
The Soup Dumplings beat them ALL and I mean ALL. I've have them in several places and NXXLB Beats them hands down. Other dishes are good but not outstanding like the Soup Dumplings. If you do not speak Chinese, don't worry you will be taken...More
We had breakfast there on Saturday. Got there really early so we didn't have to wait for a table. We tried their hot soy bean drink (which we drank with a spoon out of a bowl), fried dough stick and of course 2 helpings of...More
Just 1.5 blocks from the Hyatt Place, this place is justifiably known for the XLB. Big, soupy and flavorful, the only small downside is that their skins could be a bit thinner. But it is a fine balance, too thin and its breaks. But that...More
I can keep this brief. This is the best XLB place I have been to since Hong Kong. The XLB was flawless. The pan fried dumplings were excellent. While I personally like them a bit more crispy, these were just perfection.
Glad I made the...More
I've been to this restaurant many times before from when it first opened to now. I also grew up eating Chinese food including the soup dumplings. The soup dumplings has stayed the same, the skin is tender with plenty of soup inside. The flavor of...More
We stayed at the Flushing Hotel nearby, so we explored the local area for dinner for our family of 5. Fortunately, there was a good selection of Asian restaurants nearby. After not having any Asian for for the past 5 weeks of travel, we were...More
Response from JerryMann13 | Reviewed this property |
Are you asking about Chinese breakfasts? In China a breakfast can consist of the same things you may eat for any other mean. They serve dumplings, congee, and noodles in soup for both meals. So, if that is what you want... More
Are you asking about Chinese breakfasts? In China a breakfast can consist of the same things you may eat for any other mean. They serve dumplings, congee, and noodles in soup for both meals. So, if that is what you want, they are on the menu.
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