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The dumplings are to die for!!
Nothing beats the dongbei northeastern style dumplings here, hand pulled noodle soups and crispy pancakes.
Hand-drawn noodles, just like in China. Try the scallion pancakes and, of course, the dumplings.
Best dumpling house in queens. love their scallion pancakes, noodlesoup, pork sauted noodle and cold dishes as well.plus Lucy, the owner, is really nice. Would def recommend this place..
1.50 dumplings to fill you up right
Cold Meat Hand Pulled Noodle, Dumplings. love.
Everyone who eats dumplings must put the sesame oil sauce on them.
Hot & spicy soup is to die for!!!!!!
Hands down the best dumplings in the NYC area. Love all the additional seating in this new location.
Pay a little extra for the hand drawn noodles. Also, did any mention the dumplings are to die for......
Lao Bei Fang moved around the corner from its original spot on Whitney Ave to Broadway, expanding the space and menu but still keeping the same hand pulled, home made, family run vibe and taste.
It's all about glutenous chewiness & texture here. The Hand-Pulled Noodle soups are the best of both worlds. Intense flavor, perfect texture. More flavorful dumplings, pancakes and buns are elsewhere.
Tseten is hot.
Cheap, tasty hand-pulled noodles, including one bowl topped with several hefty marrow bones.
To take your leftovers home it will cost you 25 cents per container
Fried dumplings are yummy if you like the skin thick, 8 for $2.75. The beef stew noodle soup is huge. You should share with someone. Noodles are delicious.
No, on the fried dumplings.
This place makes the most banging scallion pancakes!
love its hot and spice soup, cannot live without it! Fried flat cake is good too!
Tried a bit of everything but hands down the dumplings boiled are the best!
S/o to all my followers I am the mayor now ....spicy beer noodle soup is everything
Hot and Spicy Soup with Ho Fun Puffing Green Gram Powder Noodle (Vermicilli)
Elmhurst Chinatown institution. This family-run noodle shop was around the corner (now Lao Kou Wei). In its new spot, you get Shenyang-style handpulled noodles, dumplings & now hot pot, cold dishes.
Wonton pulled noodles, beef stew noodles, and all fried and steamed dumplings are yummy. Cold prepared dishes over the counter are also really good.
Cash only. Try scallion pancake with beef
Homemade noodle is so soft ^^
all you can eat shabu shabu is so worth it to try. its not superb but not bad. love the beef pancakes.
Buy a bag a frozen dumplings to take home.