Chinatown's new frontier embraces the blocks around Grand Street east of Roosevelt Park, a region still dotted with discount lingerie merchants and purveyors of Judaica. This area is home to seven Chinese restaurants; the smallest and most obscure are lunch counters hawking the fare of Fuzhou, the industrial capital of Fujian. Halfway between Shanghai and Canton, this coastal province (formerly known as Fukien or Hokkien) produces the country's most prized soy sauce, and has been disgorging immigrants to the Philippines and Malaysia for almost... More >>>
By Michael Kenneth Lopez
Spring Boy Fuzhou Food serves up a miraculously cheap lunch on the farthest reaches of Chinatown.