In common with most other restaurants that serve "comidas China y Criolla," Mi Estrella offers one roster of food from the Orient and another from the Occident. There's no crossover except in the banter of the waitstaff — my server spoke to me in Spanish and English but called out to the kitchen in Cantonese — and occasionally in the names of individual dishes. Even then, a name like egg foo young de carne ahumada ($8.95) is no cause for confusion. Cut into this ample domelike omelet and you'll easily make out the featured roast pork and a substratum of egg, too. Not shown: my batido de guanabana ($3.50).
88-19 Roosevelt Ave. (at 89th St.), Jackson Heights, Queens