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[REVIEW] Uncle Dai’s, Glen Cove, NY

 A Very Mee-rry Christmas! A new Chinese Quest tradition was born this Christmas Eve, as the family Quested, as all good Jews do, to a Chinese Restaurant.  Four Mee’s (unfortunately Gonzi Biao was detained at work — gosh we love his work ethic, but we sure missed his presence!) went to: Uncle Dai’s 26 School Street Glen Cove, NY 11542 ...

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[Mini Review] Empire Garden, New Hyde Park, NY

Jonesing for Jew Food Having withdrawal symptoms suffered as a result of not being able to join Mee brothers at P.F. Chang’s this past Wednesday, I was clearly craving some Chinese food.  Especially with it being so close to Christmas too!  And yes… yes, I will be having Chinese food Christmas Eve. Take out wonton soup on the Sabbath clearly ...

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CHO-SEN ISLAND-ITS NO SHONDA, I’M KINDA FONDA!!!

Cho-Sen-Village-Chopsticks

I Like Cho-Sen Island a Latkes! Our latest quest took the Mees to Cho-Sen Island in Lawrence, LI. Cho-Sen Island is a kosher Chinese restaurant located at 367 Central Ave. Although it was not the “perfect” Chinese meal, this place actually was not that bad. The meal starts with the traditional fried noodles on the table, which were quite authentic ...

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HistorMee: The History of the Mee Family

Family Crest

We Are Family!  Nothing But My Brothers and Mee The distinguished surname Mee emerged from the remote northern part of China, habitated by a very lost tribe of Israel,  along the Great Wall of China known as the Wailing Wall of China. The area is so remote, some argued, that the Jews in this nether region wailed because there wasn’t a ...

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Back on the Isle of Plenty

The Land of Plenty …Plenty of Chinese restaurants to dine at that is! It’s good to be back.  I’m sure I was missed.  By some.  A few?  Perhaps some one? I did it.  I managed not to succumb to the urge to eat “foreign” Chinese food while I was out my comfort zone, where my knowledge of local restaurants is ...

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