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7 at Flushing-Main St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Great Desserts
- No Alcohol
This venue is closed.
Ingeniously set on the block where residents of northeastern Queens catch their bus transfer at the end of the 7 line, this Flushing outpost of a Seoul-based chain is perpetually abuzz, especially with young Korean-Americans snapping cell phones open and shut. The café is sunny and roomy, with light wood tables and chairs spaced comfortably apart, and cooks up house-made, inexpensive, East-meets-West pastries to eat in or take out. Those with sweet fillings like buttercream or bean paste emulate doughnuts; those stuffed with, say, tuna salad or curried beef are more like empanadas. Cookies, cakes and mainly white breads round out the baked goods; coffee and tea wash it all down.Recommended Dishes
Tuna or curried beef goroke, $1.65
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