New Imperial Palace 東湖

Row 1

13613 37th Ave (at Main St.)
Flushing, NY 11354
(718) 939-3501
$ $
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 1:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Excellent Cantonese in a crowded Flushing rectangle: banquets on the fly. Most come for superb crab served over sticky rice.
  • They are known for their dungeoness crab over glutinous rice dish.
  • Must order the Dungeness crab sticky rice!
  • Steam Crab with sticky rice is a must
  • Seafood, get the seafood!
  • Dugeness crab & glutinous rice. Absolutely delicious!
  • Of course, get the dungeness crab glutinous. The lamb chops special and steamed flounder are awesome too!
  • Legit place. Unusual opportunity to eat jellyfish.
  • General tso's is good. That's right, I said the general Tso's
  • Bring your own wine
  • Dungeness crab sticky rice. Peking duck. Pan fried flounder.
  • You're doing it wrong if you don't get the crab rice
  • Their Peking duck is amazing . That's coming from someone who hasn't eaten duck in years
  • Excellent & attentive service.
  • Don't let your friends talk you out of ordering the dungeness crab sticky rice. Oh, such regret!
  • Sam Sifton listed this as one of his favorite restaurants in New York City. Get the signature crab with sticky rice and the sauted snow pea shoots with triple eggs.
  • orange flavored beef
  • Amazing Chinese food in a clean restaurant. Everyone knows about the dungeness crab w. rice. But you should get it. The lamb chop was perfectly cooked and seasoned. Go to KungFu tea after.
  • The pinnacle of Cantonese cooking in NYC. The Dungeness crab sticky rice is a must, but don't miss the deep-fried chicken with minced shrimp. So tasty and the only place I've ever seen this dish.
  • Sticky rice with frog is good. Salt and black pepper pork chop is my favorite. Pretty good Cantonese restaurant in Flushing. Come earlier or you will need to wait in line.