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Many of the best Chinese restaurants in New York are not in Chinatown -- they're in Downtown Flushing in Queens, where the Asian population is much larger than that of Manhattan's Chinatown. Chinese is the dominant culture and cuisine in Downtown Flushing, but there is also a strong Korean presence in this neighborhood. Adventurous foodies will have no trouble finding something unique here. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to find what you crave in Downtown Flushing.

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The Asian community is so large in Downtown Flushing that you may hear more Mandarin spoken than English. The food is absolutely authentic, to the point that many of the menus are in Chinese only. Mercifully, most have pictures of the food, too, so you won't need to study Chinese language to order dinner here. The Golden Palace Mall food stalls are a great place to get a cheap bite of Chinese. The setup is somewhat less than inviting, but the cuisine will surpass your expectations. For a sit down meal, bring a group to Fu Run on Prince St. The decor here is more like a cafeteria than a restaurant, but the tastes are a foodie's delight. Sample authentic Asian delicacies that you can't find at just any Chinese takeout place. It's a good idea to make reservations in advance, because even with the hundreds of Chinese restaurants in New York, this one always has a crowd. The language barrier in some of these super authentic Chinese restaurants in New York can make it hard for someone with dietary restrictions to enjoy a meal. Vegetarians looking for a meat-free dish in Downtown Flushing should head for Happy Buddha Vegetarian Restaurant on 37th Avenue. This highly rated restaurant also serves vegan dishes. There are literally hundreds of Asian restaurants in Downtown Flushing. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse your options, read reviews, and sort by price and rating.

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