We stopped by this modern coffee shop as a break from the old school authenticity in Flushing. The rose coffee, not something I would have imagined to be tasty, was actually amazing. Yelp.
We stopped by this bakery for a quick NYC breakfast, unfortunately it was later in the morning and they didn’t have any cronuts. Still a delectable array of offerings, I wished I lived close to one so we could get them for breakfast every day!
I can’t believe that a food court could have so many delicious offerings that throw me back to my childhood; I can’t believe how authentic and delicious the food is here.
Only a tiny counter, can seat a handful of people at most.
Delicious, also with hand-pulled noodles and I wish I had more room in my belly.
Pao mo soup – pieces of broken bread in soup.
I loved the little pickled garlic that came with everything.
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Which do you prefer, Bon Chon or KyoChon? We went for Bon Chon this rainy day, it’s a lot moodier than Bon Chon’s bright white walls. I’d say it’d make a nice late night Korean Fried Chicken place. The wings and strips were super flavorful, and I liked the silver tin provided for bones. Yelp; website.