Bored with Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine? Long Island's first Yunnan restaurant, Coco Palace in Great Neck, offers Chinese food of depth and subtlety.

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Lemony Jingpo-style chicken, served at Coco Palace in Great Neck, is a traditional cold Yunnan dish.

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Patrons dine together in the bright and cozy dining room of Coco Palace in Great Neck.

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Wild matsutake mushrooms and chicken are cooked and served in a traditional Yunnanese clay steam pot at Coco Palace in Great Neck.

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Old Kunming-style eggplant is layered with roasted red peppers and showered with peanuts and herbs at Coco Palace in Great Neck.

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A steaming cauldron of Yunnan-style "Crossing the Bridge Noodles" is prepared tableside at Coco Palace in Great Neck.

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Tony Zhuang and his sister, Coco He, are partners at Coco Palace restaurant in Great Neck. 

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