Dining Locations

Flushing, Queens Dining Locations

Eating out of home has become more established nowadays. Busy lifestyle and much more pressure on their work has reduced the time in eating. On the other hand, it is not easy to plan and prepare for a meal daily and it requires lots of time to hang around all day in the market. Even fewer people only know the basic cooking techniques; as a result they prefer to have more snacks or having quick and easy meals rather than cooking at home. For this reason, the popularity of eating outside is increasing and they prefer that eating in the restaurant is more fast and convenient than eating at home and also save time in doing their works. And these are the famous restaurants in Flushing, Queens.

1. White Bear

135-02 Roosevelt Ave Flushing, NY 11354

When you think of hole-in-the-wall restaurants, White Bear should be at the top of your list. White Bear manages to squeeze 4-5 small tables into a very tight space. Nonetheless, the rumors you've heard are true - the famous wontons in chili oil are fantastic and worth eating as the next lucky person to sit down hovers over you and breaths down your neck.

White Bear

2. Fu Run

40-09 Prince St. New York, NY 10012

Fu Ran, which recently changed its name from Fu Run, is the current king of Dongbei (a northeast province in China) restaurants in Flushing, according to our own Robert Sietsema. In addition to must-try dishes like country style green bean sheet jelly and pork with sour cabbage and rice noodle, the real star at Fu Ran is the muslim lamb chops. Sure, they might be the most expensive item on the menu, at $25.95, but they are well worth it.

Fu Run

3. Biang!

41-10 Main St Flushing, NY 11355

Biang! is the more mature sibling of the popular Xi'an Famous Foods, offering waiter service to its patrons. In addition to waiter service, Biang! offers many of the same favorites you've grown to love at Xi'an Famous Foods, but with a number of additional items on the menu.


4. Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao

38-12 Prince St. Flushing, NY 11354

Similar to many restaurants in Chinatown, Nan Xiang has a large and diverse menu, but you're really only there for one, maybe a few, special item(s). At Nan Xiang, you're here for the dumplings, specifically, the soup dumplings, or xiao long bao.

Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao