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A new Chinese and pan-Asian restaurant named Crystal Asian Cuisine has opened in the former Uncle John’s No. 1 space, 267 Grover Cleveland Highway. Owner Jack Lin, who also owns Chopsticks on the University at Buffalo’s North Campus, opened up the adjoining space, formerly a laundromat, for a new dining room. The menu has been expanded as well. It includes a combina…

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Ginger & Garlic, a small Chinese restaurant in Hamburg, is changing hands as its original owners retire. The restaurant, 5685 McKinley Parkway, Hamburg, has been sold to new owners who plan to keep it a Chinese restaurant, and keep the name, said Carl Lam, son of the original owners, Kenny and May Lam. The Lams are from Hong Kong originally, and Kenny Lam journeyed t…

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The former owner of Peking Quick One, Yan Fen Zhang, opened a small place dedicated to Northern Chinese specialties in March. Home Taste, 3106 Delaware Ave., is committed to serving authentic Chinese food. There is no General Tso’s chicken or fried rice on the menu. What it does have is five types of dumplings, dishes based on house-made noodles and fluffy pork-filled s…

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The concentration of Chinese restaurants around the University at Buffalo has grown with the addition of a barbecue specialist. Eddie’s Chophouse, 3171 Main St., opened July 13, specializing in roast pork and chicken, served on rice, or in noodle soup. It also offers roast duck, spare ribs, dumplings, tea eggs, and a small menu of other dishes and snacks. Owner Eddie L…

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The Niagara Falls Boulevard Pizza Hut just north of Brighton Road is becoming a Chinese restaurant. A sign on the door at 1400 Niagara Falls Blvd., Tonawanda, directed attention to dinemandaringarden.com. The 1,800 square foot restaurant, next to DiBella's Subs, went on the market in December, according to a Loopnet real estate listing. If you have any further  to agala…