Saturday, January 30, 2010

Yeh's Bakery and Pho Hoang

I was in Flushing for an interview last Thursday and got a bite to eat before and after.

I didn't think to plan ahead and was just trying to get to the interview on time. Google maps had Yeh's Bakery landmarked so I gave it a try.


Yelp reviews seemed to suggest that their green tea cake was good, but it was 8 am, so I got a corn pastry concoction instead. Now that I think of it, I'm not sure if my reasoning made any sense.


Anyway, it was good. A bit greasy, but very tasty. I would eat it again for breakfast.

One of the residents suggested either going to Corner 28 or Pho Hoang for an early dinner.

I decided to walk up Main St and was happy I did after passing this neoclassical post office. I'm a big fan of neoclassical post offices. This one reminded me of the one in Williamstown.


I stopped by Corner 28, but I just wasn't in the mood for it. Just seemed too meaty and starchy. So I got Pho.


This was an average Pho, but I liked it. What I love about Pho is that it is hot and refreshing. It is able to achieve two seemingly contradictory characteristics. This one was no exception.


One more interview to go.

Yeh's Bakery
57-25 Main St (btn 57th Rd and 58th Ave)
Flushing, NY 11355
(718) 939-1688

Pho Hoang
41-01 Kissena Boulevard (near Main St)
Flushing, NY 11355

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