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Flushing, Queens, NY: First Look at New World Mall's Food Court

Flushing, Queens, NY: First Look at New World Mall's Food Court

New World Mall Food Court, Flushing, Queens, NYC- gonna need to make a trip (courtesy of @Serious Eats)

New World Mall Food Court, Flushing, Queens, NYC- gonna need to make a trip (courtesy of @Serious Eats)

Slide Show | Flushing, Queens, NY: First Look at New World Mall's Food Court | Serious Eats

Slide Show | Flushing, Queens, NY: First Look at New World Mall's Food Court | Serious Eats

You Tiao from Fuzhou Snacks at New World Mall's Food Court

You Tiao from Fuzhou Snacks at New World Mall's Food Court

dumplings at the New World Mall's Food Court

dumplings at the New World Mall's Food Court

Mango Grapefruit Sago at New World Mall's Food Court

Mango Grapefruit Sago at New World Mall's Food Court

Inside The Food Court Madness At Flushing's New World Mall: Gothamist

Inside The Food Court Madness At Flushing's New World Mall: Gothamist

NEW YORK CITY: Off the Beaten Path: Golden Shopping Mall in Flushing || the underground Chinese food court

NEW YORK CITY: Off the Beaten Path: Golden Shopping Mall in Flushing || the underground Chinese food court

These cold Sichuan noodles are one of my favorite things to eat in Golden Mall.

These cold Sichuan noodles are one of my favorite things to eat in Golden Mall.

If you thought the first floor of the Golden Shopping Mall (profiled yesterday) in Flushing, Queens, was cramped, try heading downstairs. Trying to eat the entirety of that basement food court is like descending into madness. There are just so many choices—diced rabbit seeped in red oil and dusted in white sesame, the springy bite of Lanzhou hand-pulled noodles, chewy-skinned dumplings and thick bones full of bone marrow to slurp. How to make sense of it? Here's our guide.

If you thought the first floor of the Golden Shopping Mall (profiled yesterday) in Flushing, Queens, was cramped, try heading downstairs. Trying to eat the entirety of that basement food court is like descending into madness. There are just so many choices—diced rabbit seeped in red oil and dusted in white sesame, the springy bite of Lanzhou hand-pulled noodles, chewy-skinned dumplings and thick bones full of bone marrow to slurp. How to make sense of it? Here's our guide.