What it is: A Cantonese dish consisting of a thin, flat rice noodle filled with ingredients like shrimp, egg, or vegetables. It's served with hoisin and peanut sauce, sweet soy sauce, and chili oil on the side. What's special here is the noodle: it's made in-house from rice soaked overnight, then ground up in a stone grinder and formed into a runny batter. It's fall-apart-in-your-mouth delicate.
What it costs: $4 and up
Where to go: 136–21 Roosevelt Avenue #A1, Flushing