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19 July 2018

Q Town Asian Cuisine


This week sees the opening of a brand new Taiwanese restaurant in Elmhurst, at the always busy intersection of Broadway and Whitney Avenue just under the shadow of the LIRR tracks. As long as the food is good, this crossroads of the neighborhood should be a prime location for a restaurant to hang around a long time. The first word is almost fully positive, as our group of seven was generally impressed with the offerings.

There are quite a few tables so you can go in any size group, but grab seven friends and sit at one of the big round tables that accommodates eight. The menu is bewilderingly expansive and ordering as much as possible is a good way to attack this new restaurant.

We did just that, starting with the first page of "appetizers" which reads more like the list of stalls at the Shilin Night Market in the north of Taipei.

Blood rice cake $4.25

Oyster pancake $7.25

Fried stinky tofu $8.25

Taiwanese sausage $7.25

Hakka-style pork & dried tofu $14.25

Gua bao $3.75

Three cup chicken $12.25

Sautéed string beans $11.25

Crispy fried cuttlefish $11.95

Pork liver with scallions $11.25

Baby clam & ginger soup $8.25

Taiwanese stir-fried noodle $7.75

Pork chop over rice $6.95

Q Town Asian Cuisine Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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