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Mr. Wonton Lands in the Soup

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March 25, 2010 Staff Report

Mr Wonton Chinese Restaurant, located at 44-11 Queens Blvd, was shut down by the NYC Health Department on March 11. The establishment has since reopened.

The following link provides the reasons why it was closed: NYC Dept of Health and Mr. Wonton

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sunnyside_south

thanks for posting these reports on local restaurants… this place had 22 during their prior inspection, so unfortunately this might not have been an anomaly for mr wonton. for all the good food in this ‘hood, we’ve never been able to find good chinese.

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