Mon-Thu, 11:30am-11pm; Fri-Sat, 11:30am-midnight
Nearby Subway Stops
B, Q at Seventh Ave.; 2, 3 at Grand Army Plaza
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- No Alcohol
Union St. to Bergen St., Mary Pinkett Ave. to Fourth Ave.
This venue is closed.
With a broad menu (six kinds of noodles for every soup) and better-than-average food (items marked spicy actually pack some heat), this compact Chinese joint’s compact space does double duty for Park Slope-Prospect Heights locals, with an order-and-pickup area for takeaway customers and a separate, small space for dine-in seating. Unusual fare like sweet bourbon-glazed grilled chicken mixes well with tangy fried rice. Even traditionally greasy standards like spare ribs are finessed with extra sauce, and less oily than expected. The cold sesame noodles (diner’s choice of wheat or spinach noodles) arrive in a thick, nutty sauce; the appetizer’s easily large enough for a meal. Although most business is takeout, eating in isn’t out of the question, provided you don’t mind sharing the space with a soda cooler and the utility fridges that flank the counter.Recommended Dishes
Bourbon chicken, $6.48; cold spinach noodles in sesame sauce, $3.93
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