After undergoing a massive renovation back in 2016, Queens Crossing is now home to a curated collection of food vendors. From its current 12 vendors, expect plenty of Asian cuisine including chef Richard Chan’s Singaporean Hawker fare-influenced, Sin Kee; IG-famed, Korean Oh-K Dog & Egg Toasts; and Sichuan mini hotpot spot, Spice Bowl. The dine-in restaurant options are Cantonese seafood and dim sum eatery, New Mulan, along with the all-you-can-eat buffet at Spring Shabu Shabu. Also, make sure to keep tabs for news on the reopening of K Show Karaoke bar, as well as the upcoming debut of Yasubee Ramen. And we recommend making time to drop by Flushing Main Street’s other resident culinary hub, New World Mall Food Court, which is stocked with more than 30 globally-inspired stalls.