The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Don't be surprised when fish is served complete with the head.
The Extras: Each dish is ample enough to feed two people; eating family-style is highly recommended.
What to Drink: Lots and lots of tea. Here's a little trick you can use at all Chinese restaurants: simply flip the lid of the teapot upside down and someone will come to refill it.
Fun Fact: Check out some little-known historical treasures located right nearby like the Victorian-style Flushing Town Hall, the Flushing Armory (built in 1905) and the regal-looking Flushing High School, the oldest public school in New York City (founded in 1875).
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Hunan cuisine takes center stage in Flushing.
by Keith Wagstaff at Citysearch
Hunan cuisine is known for being spicy--not surprising considering the provinceâs proximity to Sichuan; but donât mistake it for being a one-trick pony, especially at this Flushing restaurant. Hunan Houseâs food, consisting of everythingâ¦
By Hugh at Foursquare
Spicy frog at Hunan HouseArriving at the table on a sizzling-hot plate, this chowhound-courting dish announces its potency with a thick dusting of ... Read More
By Michelin Travel & Lifestyle at Foursquare
An intriguing dish to order here is white chili with preserved beefthe whitish, chewy, mysterious ingredient is dehydrated bean curd skin. - Inspector Read More
By China Daily USA at Foursquare
This place provides really good Hunan dishes, particularly the way it cooks some vegies. Read More
By Ava L. at Foursquare
The food isn't bad but the waiters are slow and doesn't understand us even when we spoke chinese to them. It was kind of sad to watch and be the ta... Read More
By Village Voice at Foursquare
Get the Bean Curd in Scallion Sauce-creamy cubes of tofu are deposited on the plate, sluiced w. a salty scallion sauce, & garnished w. shredded car... Read More