This Flushing spot is well-known for its dim sum and authentic Cantonese cooking. A longtime resident of 39th Avenue, the expansive dining room is outfitted with round, banquet-style tables, bamboo plants, and ornate chandeliers. Let the feasting begin with memorable crab-and-pork soup dumplings, before tasting the likes of steamed rice rolls with honey-roast pork; spareribs with rice starch and black beans; chicken and ham wrapped in yuba; and poached jellyfish with scallions and sesame. The signature Dungeness crab—steamed and stir-fried, and served with Japanese eggplant and garlic—is terrific. Dim sum carts are not paraded all day here, so those seeking the freshest and the best of what this kitchen offers should plan to arrive by 10am on weekdays.
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