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Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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83-29 Broadway, Queens, NY 11373 40.740749 -73.879053
at Dongan Ave.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
718-393-0888 Send to Phone

  • Cuisine: Chinese
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Wed-Mon, 11am-11pm; Tue, closed

Nearby Subway Stops

7 at 82nd St.-Jackson Heights



Payment Methods

Cash Only

Special Features

  • BYOB
  • Delivery
  • Good for Groups
  • Lunch
  • Take-Out


  • No Alcohol
  • BYOB


Accepted/Not Necessary

Delivery Area

Long Island Expy. to Roosevelt Ave., Junction Blvd. to 74th St.


In this friendly corner of Queens, Chinese wheat noodles are made from scratch and coaxed by nimble fingers into impressive varieties—ranging from wide, Möbius-like “belts” to fragile, “dragon beard” threads. They find their way into a number of soups, bowls, plates and trays, each dish fitted to a specific form of noodle and cooked impeccably. While the restaurant attracts visitors with Henanese specialties like “Big Tray of Chicken,” just about every plate or bowl offers the freshness and finesse one would associate with a much higher price tag. Here, a humble beef noodle soup reveals the lemon-tinted tones of fresh Sichuan peppercorn; perfectly cooked bok choy are served in a garlic-infused braising liquid worth the cost of admission; and a rotating selection of cold appetizers deserves a thorough investigation. The sheer breadth of the menu (not to mention cheerful owner Steven Zhou, who often takes photos with his most enthusiastic fans) begs for family-style meals.

Recommended Dishes

Big tray of chicken, $12; dial oil noodles, $6.50; spicy beef knife-shaved noodle soup, $6.50; braised vegetables with black mushrooms, $8.95; cold appetizers, $4-$6