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Lu Xiang Yuan

Map & Directions 42-87 Main St.
Flushing, NY 11355
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718-359-2108
  • Chinese
  • Daily 10am-10pm
  • Visa
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Not Accepted
  • Street

Description

Village Voice's Description

The logo of this restaurant from the city of Qingdao, China - just across the Yellow Sea from Korea -- shows a lighthouse built by German concessionaires over a century ago, and the menu reflects their influence, among many others at one of the city's most unusual restaurants. Shaped like crepes, the pork-stuffed dumplings are open at the ends, and something called "spinach pancake" features layers of the compressed and fried vegetable in what might be a substitute for Astroturf. Lamb and beef abound, principally in stews brimming with red oil, and so does pumpkin, bizarrely paired with milk in a soup. And that is only the beginning of the thrills that await you at Lu Xiang Yuan (which has the name Hong Shun on the awning).

 
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