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The Flushing Mall is rather boring; not so, the subterranean food court, where 11 counters regale you with a broad range of noodles, soups, and dumplings in a Cantonese, Sichuan, Taiwanese, and Southeast Asian vein. Most unusual is Beggar Dish, which offers julienne strips of duck and pig variety meats like intestine and ear. Others are more accessible to a wider audience, including Imperial Duck, serving glazed pork chops over rice in addition to its namesake dish, and Taiwanese Food, which excels at deep-frying string beans. There's even a sushi bar and a hot-pot concession featuring personal cooking units embedded in each table.