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2013 Year in Review – The Reviews

Chinese Restaurant Reviews – 2013 2013 was quite the year!!  The Chinese Quest was formed in late February.  Five Jewish guys got together over, what else, Chinese food.  And they argued (that’s how Jews talk) where the best Chinese restaurant was on Long Island.  And you know something?  They couldn’t agree! So, they made a pact.  And formed a Quest. ...

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[REVIEW] Lake Pavilion, Flushing, NY

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Jews Happy! Tonight we dared to venture again across the Queens border in to Flushing.  We ate at the creme de la creme, top of the heap, where the influential Chinese Machas go to eat.  When you want to have a memorable occasion or event, or put on the Ritz, whether it be to impress clients or family, this is ...

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Next Year in Jerusalem, but First a Stop at Joe’s Shanghai!

The Promised Land! After two very dissappointing restaurants (Kwong Ming & The Orchid), we decided to venture to a place with a very solid reputation. It’s not exactly in Nassau/Suffolk, but nevertheless its still on the “Island of Long”. Joe’s Shanghai is located at 136-21 37th Ave. in Flushing. Well, lets just say: The Christians have their Vatican, The Muslims ...

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[REVIEW] Joe’s Shanghai Restaurant, Flushing, NY

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We Thought We Were in China! Our Quest to find the BEST Chinese Restaurant on all of Long Island took us tonight to virgin territories.  Our Crusade crossed the veritable dividing line between Nassau County (“Long Island”), and Queens (New York City) deep in to the heart of Flushing, NY.  We queried various sources, resources, databases, and wiki’s, and concluded ...

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FLUSHING (MEE)TS LEVITTOWN

Fortune Wheel Seafood Resturant Our latest adventure has taken us to Fortune Wheel, located at 3601 Hempstead Turnpike in Levittown. This “Flushing” like restaurant is tucked discreetly between two big box retailers. The meal begins with a Freebie (always a good start). The pickled seaweed with carrots and cabbage was a delicious beginning to what would become a “Hit or Miss” ...

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