August 25, 2009

Hunan House Restaurant

After failing to score cheap tickets to the Mets game with a couple of friends, we decided to take the 7 train one stop over to Chinatown in Flushing, Queens. With our friend's trusty Blackberry, we searched for the best restaurants in the area and landed on Hunan House Restaurant. We've never had Hunan cuisine before (we soon learned it's a flavorful and very spicy cuisine!) and were glad we ventured to this restaurant.
Instead of baseball peanuts, we had steamed ones!
Special Chow Fun, Hunan style ($5.95): This rice noodle dish was filled with shrimp, pork, carrots, mushrooms, and other vegetables. It was not spicy like the other dishes, but was plentiful and substantial.
Sauteed greens ($8.95): It was nice to have these garlic-sauteed greens to offset the heat from the other dishes.
House special Tofu in Casserole Dish ($9.95): This is comfort food with a big kick! Lots of spice in this wonderfully flavorful dish.
Sauteed Pork Liver, Hunan style ($8.95): You can see the chopped red chili peppers in this dish. The livers were nice and soft - and the sauce was, of course, nice and spicy!

Hunan House Restaurant is located at 13740 Northern Blvd in Flushing, Queens.

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