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Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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Chicken at Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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Lamb dumplings at Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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Dial Oil noodles at Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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Uncle Zhou Restaurant

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Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

Uncle Zhou Restaurant

Elmhurst
Noodles are the star of this Henan-style restaurant, run by native Steven Zhou, since 2011. For the “Dial Oil” noodles (you bo mian), spaghetti-like strands are coated in vinegar, then topped with a sizzling, garlic-infused oil and more of the minced cloves. Another Henanese specialty, da pan ji (literally “big tray of chicken”), takes its cues from neighboring area Xinjiang, the dish’s birthplace. In Zhou’s rendition, stir-fried nuggets of bone-in bird cover hand-pulled noodles, wide silky ribbons ideal for soaking up the plate’s onion-and-pepper sauce. You’ll do just as well with the meaty lamb dumplings (yang rou shui jiao)—bursting with a sweet, slightly gamey soup—which are tasty vehicles for the house-made chili oil.
Venue name: Uncle Zhou Restaurant
Address: 83-29 Broadway
New York
11373
Cross street: between Cornish and Dongan Aves
Venue phone: 718-393-0888
Opening hours: Daily 11am–11pm
Transport: Subway: E, M, R to Elmhurst Ave
Price: Average main course: $10. Cash only

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