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Uncle Zhou

83-29 Broadway (Dongan Ave.) Send to Phone
718-393-0888 | Menu
Flavors from the under-represented Henan region of China.
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Uncle Zhou Restaurant Review

: On a busy block in Elmhurst, Queens, Uncle Zhou (pronounced “Joe”) slings up savory fare from the Henan region, known as the breadbasket of China. Henan is under-represented on the Chinese culinary landscape in the U.S., so order a number of dishes for the table and commence the exploration. The “Big Tray of Chicken” is exactly that: roasted bone-in chicken, chopped into bits, with taut skin and moist meat mingling with chilies and garlic. We also recommend the mysterious sounding “Dial Oil Hand Drawn Noodle” dish that delivers hand-pulled wheat noodles in a spicy oil broth, and the juicy dumplings, particularly the variety stuffed with lamb. Cash only.

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