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I'm using this page as a holding place for this entry, until it becomes clear what their new address will be. They are no longer at the address shown below:

Unique Pastry, 135-23 40th Road (between Main and Prince Sts., one block south of Roosevelt Av.), (718) 888-7790, serves Fuzhounese sesame buns, both sweet and savory, for $2 and less apiece, mostly for takeout, and also makes good noodle soups and such. This is a fine place to get a good, inexpensive breakfast or lunch. By dinner time, they are likely to be out of their most popular buns. Their eat-in operation is currently temporarily suspended, but their takeout operation continues as usual.

Michael, 5:13 AM EST Sept 21, 2006

Relative Size of Chinatowns[edit]

I also posted about this on the "Talk" page of the Queens article. I would like to read the argument on Manhattan's Chinatown being bigger than Flushing. I don't know on what basis that argument can be made - conceivably (though I think this is doubtful) in population, but I would think definitely not in area. I will check the Wikipedia articles, but I'll note that Wikipedia can be out of date or inaccurate. Ikan Kekek 03:32, 12 March 2010 (EST)