42-96 Main Street., Flushing 939-1188/2100
Cuisine: Chinese Kosher
Hours: Monday to Friday,
11 a.m. 11 p.m.;
Saturday & Sunday 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
Credit Cards: Visa,
Parking: One small lot
plus street parking
Putting a new twist on an old theme, Buddha
Bodai has transformed the traditional chinese restaurant into an exotic experience
cooking up a kosher vegetarian cuisine carefully monitored by orthodox rabbis to ensure
that the food is strictly prepared according to Jewish law.
Everyones meal begins simply with a
cup of soothing tea, but from there on in the rest of your dining experience is up to you.
The appetizers provide a wide array of choices from the unusual vegetable jelly fish or
crispy duck to the more conventional dumplings or spring rolls.
If you soup is more your forte, then your
in luck because Buddha Bodai serves a variety of flavorful selections. Whether its the
winter melon soup that tickles your fancy or if youre a little more
adventurous the vegetable shark fin soup, this restaurant is sure to please even
the most critical palate.
The main entrees cover the entire spectrum
of vegetable dishes, while mixing in an interesting medley of fish and chicken meals as
well that range from $6.95 to $12.95.
For those of you on a limited budget,
Buddha Bodai is the place to be. From Monday through Friday, the special lunch entrees run
just $3.75, and thats including a small soup. The exceptional choice of food
combined with fast and courteous service makes this Flushing restaurant an excellent
choice whether its for a quick bite or a more relaxed dinner with family and
And even if you cant make it to out
there yourself, not to worry Buddha delivers.