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Tong Sam Gyup Gui Ee
The subway trek to this far-out Flushing barbecue isn't for the faint of heart—though it's actually quite easy on the LIRR. However you arrive, the journey's worth it: This affordable cult favorite restaurant only has a few things on the menu, and they're all good. There's the highlight, thick uncured pork belly that's splayed atop the dome-shaped grill that dominates the center of each round table. It sizzles along with veggies and you're invited to wrap the whole shebang up in paper-thin discs of daikon radish. When you've finished with the pork belly, tables that order it get fried rice cooked right on the griddle in remnants of pig grease and char—definitely a must. To finish, don't miss naeng myun, the cold beef soup that's a traditional end to a barbecue feast. Here it's served in bowls shaped from ice for added novelty.
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