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The entrance of this Flushing restaurant displays tanks of cramped deep-sea creatures, but the comfortable interior, furnished with dark blue patterned lobby-style carpeting, burgundy seats, and several round tables for parties, is much roomier. Guests come to crack into the lobster and crab, which can be prepared with ginger and scallion sauce, steamed with garlic, baked with butter and shrimp roe, or served in five other styles. The House Walnut Shrimp holds a tower of fluffy, lightly fried shrimp, enhanced by the mild sweetness of a creamy white sauce, as well as glazed walnuts, pineapple, and melon balls. The vermicelli with seafood tosses together a sampling of tender scallops, squid, clams, and shrimp with supple pasta and veggies. Plenty of meat dishes are also on the menu, such as beef with oyster sauce, garlicky fried chicken, and fatty pork dumplings. Groups of Chinese adults and families with children make up most of the crowd, but some of the waitstaff can describe dishes in English as well.Extra
The large, varied dim sum menu is offered daily from 9am to 3pm.Recommended Dishes
House walnut shrimp, $16.95