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Kim Ga Nae
Visit this Flushing canteen during any lunch hour and you'll find the place bustling with Koreans, all filling on huge platters of food that cost less than $10 a pop. Think of this as a sort of Korean diner: The space is casual and bright and the quality might be better elsewhere, but this place is going to be quicker and cheaper than your other options, and satisfying enough to keep regulars coming back. Kimbap—Korean "sushi" rolls wrapped in nori—are a specialty here, and rightly so, as they're freshly made and delicious. They're served as platters, some with sides like spicy octopus (delicious, for it). Other plates are stir-fries—giant heaps of meat and rice. Good luck finishing the whole portion no matter what you order.
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