This Sunset Park institution stands in the midst of the city's fastest-growing Chinatown, serving old-guard Cantonese food with few interpolations or embroideries. Not sure which of those two categories it belongs in, but one of the most popular dishes here among immigrant diners-and not on the menu-is geoduck sashimi, wobbly beige slices with a decidedly gooey texture served with a chaser of fried geoduck tidbits. E-fu noodle dishes are a particular strong point, as is dim sum.
December 25 dawns and you're totally burned-out. You've endured zillions of grating TV commercials, looked away in disgust from innumerable billboards, and spied enough Santas and elves to make you reach for your buggy whip. What you crave is an... More »
Sunset Park, Brooklyn, is poised to become the city's foremost Chinatown. Whereas five years ago it was confined to Eighth Avenue between 50th and 65th streets, the neighborhood now extends north beyond 40th and tumbles west down the slope to... More »
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