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Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Picture: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Staff: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has quite a bit to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from school when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover attraction of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language road meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The traces went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the

Xi’an Well-known Meals

Photograph: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has so much to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from school when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover attraction of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language road meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. “The traces went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the road,” Wang

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Picture: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has loads to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from faculty when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover enchantment of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language road meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The traces went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the road, Wang

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Photograph: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Staff: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has lots to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from faculty when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover enchantment of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language avenue meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The strains went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the road, Wang

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Photograph: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has lots to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from school when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover enchantment of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language avenue meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The traces went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the road, Wang

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Picture: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has lots to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from school when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover enchantment of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language avenue meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The strains went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the road, Wang

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Picture: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has quite a bit to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from school when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover attraction of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language avenue meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The traces went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Photograph: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has rather a lot to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from faculty when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover attraction of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language avenue meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The strains went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Photograph: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has loads to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from faculty when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover attraction of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language road meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The strains went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the road, Wang

Xi’an Well-known Meals

(Picture: Bobby Doherty/New York Journal) Based: 2005 Workers: 30 Wait time for midtown lunch: 30 minutes. Lesson: Flushing has quite a bit to show Manhattan. It was one winter break from school when Jason Wang, 25, first noticed the crossover enchantment of the spicy northwestern-Chinese language avenue meals served in his father, David Shi’s Flushing-basement food-court stall. The traces went out the corridor, up the steps, and down the