|Address:||83-47 Dongan Ave, Queens, NY 11373, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Thursday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Friday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Saturday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Sunday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
Happy Stony Noodle is located in Queens County of New York state. On the street of Dongan Avenue and street number is 83-47. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (718) 335-0500. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Happy Stony Noodle quickly are 40.740406 ,-73.879591
This has been my go-to Taiwanese place whenever I'm in town; however, I think my loyalty to this restaurant is wearing out.
I went in for a takeout as usual and I had the cash ready. To my chagrin I was told a higher amount due than expected. The owner/manager immediately reacted to my reaction: "Let me give you an updated takeout menu". So the prices of most items on the menu have gone up. To add insult to injury, the takeout containers were now shallower and the division between the compartments were the size of the Panama Canal (see photo)! I know restaurants are cut-throat business, but I am sure the latest maneuver must have turned away many old timers, including myself. For that I am taking away 1 star.
I would still come back for the "#32 Taiwanese Style Pork Soup" (肉羹) which is a well known Taiwanese snack. If Stinky Tofu and Oyster Pancake are too exotic for you, and Minced Pork Rice and Salt & Pepper Chicken Nuggets seem like a cop-out (too safe), then this could be your middle of the road pick for Taiwanese cuisine. The English name doesn't do the dish justice. The soup is thick and infused with bonito flakes and the pork is coated with grounded fish paste, yielding a very tender and addicting texture. Topped with cilantro, and you have a dish to die for.
Nice noodles! Great foods come at a friendly price
We ordered the beef stew noddle soup, Taiwanese pork noodle soup, and calamari. The calamari portion was good for an appetizer. The Taiwanese pork noodle soup was underwhelming but the beef stew is excellent. All of the beef pieces were moist and silky. The noodles bowls will run you about $8-$9 and the portions are pretty generous. No extra charge for tea and the staff is pleasant.
I thin it is one of the best Taiwanese food in New York city. The place is famous for the noodle and appetizer, and most of noodle is 8.75 per bowl and that is enough for one adult. but the entree is delicious too. Besides, the price is reasonable. The portion of food is a little small but it is OK in my opinion. Many locals have lunch and dinner there and it is also a good place for family gathering.
This place makes straightforward and delicious Taiwanese food. The meals are affordable and authentic. The service is quick and no-frills. We ordered the classics and this did not disappoint: the beef stew noodle soup, the pepper and salt fried chicken nugget (so GOOD!), the pork chop (delicious).