A look at construction inside Xi’an Famous Foods at 26-19 Jackson Avenue

The last time we checked in at Xi’an famous foods at 26-19 Jackson Avenue was in June, when we noted that a DOB permit had been filed and construction was about to start.12 When we stopped by last week, we saw that construction has in fact started at the incoming eatery, as seen in the photo below.

According to a recent story in LIC Post, the restaurant is aiming for a fall opening.3

The retail space, owned by Rockrose, is the former home of See.Me art gallery, which closed in late 2015.4 Delivery is expected sometime in late spring.

Here’s more about Xi’an foods from its website:5

Xi’an Famous Foods began as a 200 square foot basement stall in the Golden Shopping Mall in Flushing, N.Y. The original location, established in late 2005, was the first restaurant to bring the little-known cuisine of Xi’an to the United States, with signature hand-ripped noodles, secret spice mixes, and Xi’an “burgers” with housemade flatbread. Since then, we’ve expanded to nine locations in Manhattan, one in Brooklyn and two in Queens in total. As a family-owned business, we hope to reintroduce the world to the unique cuisine of our hometown: liangpi “cold skin” noodles, lamb pao mo soup, and wide hand-pulled “biang biang” noodles, all in its most authentic form.

26-19 Jackson Avenue

Construction is underway inside 26-19 Jackson Avenue

26-19 Jackson Avenue

A view of 26-19 Jackson Avenue

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