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Photo courtesy of Instagram/HasChinese
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The owners of Queens Kickshaw will open a new restaurant in Astoria called Ha's Chinese.

Astoria residents were devastated to find that Queens Kickshaw would close its doors in August, but the duo behind the eatery have just announced a few details about their new place.

Owners Jennifer Lim and Ben Sandler posted a photo on Instagram showing off the food items that they will serve at their new restaurant, Ha’s Chinese. The restaurant will still be located at 40-17 Broadway.

Though they originally said the new place would open in October, they announced on Instagram that Ha’s Chinese would open in early December. The owners are selling pre-opening week dinner tickets for $35. The tickets include food, drink, tax and gratuity.

The photo shows off a number of menu items that customers will be able to order including dumplings, scallion pancakes and a number of vegetable dishes.

Sandler told food publication Grub Street that the menu would include “Sichuan, some Filipino-Chinese dishes Jen grew up with, as well as twists on American-Chinese takeout.”

They also encourage people to sign up for their mailing list to receive information about the new restaurant as the opening date approaches.

QNS reached out to the owners and is awaiting a response.

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