Bring your chopsticks and your appetite for a walking tour of Downtown Flushing with the “guy who ate Queens.” Experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of China from Sichuan and Shanghai to Henan and Yanbian as I give you an inside look at New York City’s most delicious and diverse Chinatown.
The New York Times calls me an “invaluable food sleuth,” and Andrew Zimmern calls me "the gold standard." This is your chance to eat the best of Queens with me.
Savor such regional Chinese specialties as Henanese pot stickers, fiery Sichuan chicken, Xinjiang lamb kebabs, fresh tofu, Korean kimchi dumplings, and more at my favorite food courts and hawker stands! There’ll be a chance to chat with chefs and shop at Chinese, Korean, and Malaysian markets too.
All food and soft drinks are included.
My friend Rob calls me the “foremost Caucasian expert on Asian food in Queens.” The New York Times calls me an “invaluable food sleuth.”And New York magazine calls me the “guy who ate Queens.” I prefer to think of myself as the man who ate his way around the world without ever leaving Queens. It’s an ongoing mission that I chronicle on my blog, CHOPSTICKSANDMARROW. I live to discover new regional Chinese food courts, Mexican street foods, Nepalese dumplings, and Indian junk food. I’ve been told that I take too many photos of food. My response: “Wait, don’t eat that yet!” Full profile
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