<em>Jamie Feldmar</em><br/>We pay very close attention <a href="http://gothamist.com/2011/10/04/noodle_soup.php">to the noodle beat</a> here at Gothamist, so when the outer borough dining enthusiasts on <a href="http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/786078">Chowhound</a> started raving about <a href="http://unclezhou.com/">Uncle Zhou</a>, a new Henanese noodle joint in Elmhurst a few months back, we perked right up. When Times <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/10/dining/reviews/uncle-zhou-in-queens-nyc-restaurant-review.html">caught wind of the tiny shop</a>, shortly thereafter, we figured the cat was out of the bag. But a recent trip to Queens to sample the restaurant's marquee noodlesâknife-cut and hand-drawn chief among themâwe discovered that Uncle Zhou is still as friendly, cheap (dinner for six came to $55!), and delectable as ever. Here's a look at some highlights.