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Posted by Mitchmurr on 07/10/2011
Read many good things about this place and finally went. Enjoyed it very much. Tried all things lamb as that is what they are known for. Lamb burger is excellent but not a burger. Chopped lamb meat sauteed and yummy and a great bargain at $3. Spicy lamb meat in noodles and the lamb soup, all very good. I will return. Small and clean and wonderful Air Con.
Posted by J.J. on 07/05/2011
Heard great things about the original one in Queens and the first branch on East Broadway. WHAT A BIG disappointment when I had my first taste of the cold Lian Pi and the hot soup noodles with lamb. For the $8 they charge, you would think there should be more lamb than tiny bits of lamb. The cold noodles with the sauce just taste funky, like stale and sour. And the man in charge up front was rude as hell.
Posted by notzagat on 06/09/2011
Tiny place with few seats. Items are pictured on wall with codes. Place order upfront at counter, pay in cash, grab a seat or wait for one and they'll call out your order when ready. Most dishes include soda. We tried all of our dishes mild. Lam burgers at $3 were among the BEST food items I've ever eaten; fresh shreds of lamb, tasty spices, on a bun the resembles an English muffin. Unbelievable bargain (I ordered 2 more to take home for missus and kid). Concubine chicken noodle was likewise tasty, full of flavor. Fresh handmade noodles, in spicy sauce with a few (not many) pieces of chicken. [$6.50] Lamb noodles were just as flavorful and tasty with a few pieces of lamb on bones. ($7.00) Can't wait to try other items. Everything was astounding. My friend said this beats Flushing stalls easy.