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Flushing’s Korean-Chinese Cuisine: Not Your Average Takeout

November 9, 2014 Written by | No Comments

F.E.E.D. Episode 1 – Chinese House Restaurant from Liz Kim on Vimeo.

F.E.E.D. or Flushing’s Everyday Eats, Damn! is a series that highlights different restaurants in Flushing, Queens. Today we’ll be visiting Chinese House Restaurant on Murray Hill. Known among Koreans as Joong Guk Jip, this restaurant serves Korean-Chinese cuisine.

Korean-Chinese cuisine is different from your standard Chinese takeout. It isn’t trying to fool anybody into believing that it’s authentic; instead, this cuisine is Korean-style Chinese food characterized by its rich noodle and spicy stir fry dishes.

On today’s episode we’ll be eating jajangmyeon and jjampong and ending the night with a sweet treat.

Address: 149-08 41 Ave Flushing, NY 11355

Categories: Fast Flushing · Foodie Files