Dining in Flushing
Dining in Flushing and the Surrounding Area
Flushing is home to the world's best delicacies! Flushing and the surrounding area offers a variety of foods-Chinese, Indian, Korean, Taiwanese, Japanese, American, Malaysian and many more. We compiled a list of favorite restaurants in the neighborhood.
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137-40 Northern Blvd, Flushing NY11354
Cuisine from the Hunan province of China is the specialty at Hunan House (naturally). The regional food is known for its heat, with chili peppers and garlic being prominent components of many dishes, and Hunan House's authentic meals don't skimp on the spices.
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MAGNA at Marco LaGuardia Hotel and Suites
35-25 Farrington St., Flushing NY 11354
Come discover Flushing's hidden gem...
Located adjacent to The Marco LaGuardia Hotel & Suites. Magna Ristorante features fine cuisine and a cozy Italian inspired atmosphere. Perfect for any occasion.
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DELUGE at Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel
135-20 39th Avenue, Flushing
Deluge restaurant at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel in Flushing features a unique blend of globally inspired cuisine.Our distinct menu offers a fresh approach to global innovations.The design concept of contemporary with old world flair creates the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of downtown Flushing.The two story glass wine tower carrying a varied selection is certain to satisfy many palettes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Phil & Sons Pizzeria & Restaurant
5729 Main St. Flushing
THE SLICE OF LIFE. Pizza, pasta & a whole lot more. Dine in, Take out, Free delivery, Over 50 varieties of pizza!
Kum Gang San
138-28 Northern Blvd., past Union St.
Kum Gang San has an incredible menu of traditional Korean food, including marinated BBQ and grilled fish. They serve great side dishes and also offer Japanese food on its menu. The restaurant is open 24-hours and accommodates both small and big parties.
63-88 Woodhaven Blvd. in Rego Park
London Lennie's is one of the finest fresh seafood and best oyster bars in New York-not to mention a great steak, too!
136-21 37th Ave., right off of Main St.
Joe's Shanghai is known for its tasty soup-filled dumplings, steamed soup buns, scallion pancakes and fried noodles.
Mynni's Shabu Shabu
136-17 38th Ave. off of Main Street
Mynni's Shabu Shabu is a Japanese restaurant that offers diners a unique experience. Shabu shabu is a Japanese dish consisting of thinly sliced meats and vegetables that you cook yourself in a pot of boiling water at the table. After the meats and vegetables are cooked, you dip them in a delicious sauce and eat.
39-07 Prince St. off of Roosevelt Ave.
Sentosa is a Malaysian restaurant that specializes in curries served with flatbread, as well as a variety of noodles and soups.
135-18 Roosevelt Ave. between Main St. and Prince St.
Ten Ren Teahouse is a charming spot where both hot and cold teas are served to go, including black tea, green tea and bubble tea. The Taiwanese-specialty teashop also sells beautiful teapots, teacups and tea sets.
37-47 74th St. in Jackson Heights
Jackson Diner is known throughout New York City for its authentic Indian delicacies. The restaurant serves great appetizers and large lunch and dinner portions.
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