Just across from Phayul in Jackson Heights, you’ll see a big white truck. That’s Amdo Kitchen. It’s a great spot to grab some quick momos (chicken or beef), and they have noodles, fried rice, and Tibetan bread as well. There’s also a little counter on the side where you can stand and eat your food (don’t ignore the sauce you’ll find in squeeze bottles there - you want that on your momos).
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