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  • 1

    Joe's Shanghai Restaurant (Chinatown)

    9 Pell St, New York, NY 10013
    28 reviews

    Really good. We got the pork soup dumplings. Thought the broth was a little salty. We were seated at a table a couple who was in the middle of their meal. I would think this was pretty strange, but it got us to our food quicker and we just didn't interact.

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    Big Wong King Restaurant

    67 Mott St # A, New York, NY
    3 reviews

    Big Wong King is Cantonese food at its finest. Located in the heart of Chinatown, I had the wonton noodles with pork. The noodles were fresh, the pork was sweet, and the wonton was filled with delicious morsels of pork and shrimp. The roasted duck tasted succulent as well. The prices are also affordable. As I recall, most dishes cost ...

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    Dim Sum Go Go

    5 E Broadway, New York, NY 10038
    6 reviews

    My husband and I have met his aunt and uncle there on two separate occasions. The first time, it had just rained and there were only four or five tables but by the time we left, the line was out the door! Food was very good. We had the BBQ buns (steamed and baked) and they had plenty of good ...

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    Jing Fong Restaurant

    20 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY
    4 reviews

    Step out of Chinatown and into Hong Kong. At the top of the escalator, visitors are greeted by an explosion of red and gold as they enter a packed 600+ person banquet hall. The eating here is fast and furious. The dim sum carts arrive immediately and any sign of hesitancy is quickly interpreted as a "yes" and your table ...

  • 5

    Shanghai Asian Manor

    21 Mott St # A, New York, NY 10013-5032, United States
    2 reviews

    Dang good Chinese food. We got a variety of dishes - soup dumplings, green onion pancakes, sesame chicken, fried bottom steam buns. The wontons in spicy sauce were excellent. Everything was delicious.

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    Peking Duck House

    28 Mott St, New York, NY 10013
    2 reviews

    Very nice restaurant. Peking duck is quite good but not the best one I had. Overall food quality & quantity are very good.

  • 7

    Nom Wah Tea Parlor

    13 Doyers Street, New York, NY 10013-5104, United States
    6 reviews

    Solid dim sum with a great retro atmosphere. Arrive early on weekends or expect a wait. Out of Red Egg, Dim Sum Go Go and Jing Fong, this is my favorite in terms of all around experience though Jing Fong is much more of a spectacle.

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    Wo Hop Restaurant

    17 Mott St, New York, NY 10013
    1 review

    This is the ultimate place to grab a cheap bite in New York City--especially late at night. If you ever decide to seriously test the whole "City That Never Sleeps" thing and find yourself hungry at around 4 in the morning, go here.

  • 9

    Ping's Seafood

    1 review

    Absolutely the best dim sum in all of China Town. Be prepared to wait for the pork buns, they will often tell you 'pork buns later' when you ask for them. They are worth the wait.

  • 10

    Jaya Malaysian Restaurant

    90 Baxter St, New York, NY 10013

    Very solid Malaysian food. I've never been disappointed by this place. They also have very traditional desserts as well. Service is pretty snappy so all around can't complain.

  • 11

    Excellent Dumpling House

    111 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10013
  • 12

    Tasty Hand-pulled Noodles Inc

    1 Doyers St # 1, New York, NY
    1 review

    After a visit from Guy Fieri, I had to check it out myself. Although the place itself is a total dive, the food is AMAZING. The hand pulled noodles really are tasty - soft and chewy in all the right ways. The dofu is really fresh. The roast duck was a little cold but still delicious. Ate until I was ...

  • 13

    Shang Hai Cuisine

    89 Bayard St # B, New York, NY
    1 review

    The food is typical Shanghai Cuisine so expect the exotic. However I think the big pull of S.C. are the soup dumplings which are a more traditional size. I highly recommend the crab/pork soup dumplings. The meat literally melts in your mouth, just delicious. 6 for $5 is surprisingly filling and light on the budget. The soup is plentiful in ...

  • 14

    Oriental Garden

    14 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY
    1 review

    Intrigued by its fame with seafood Cantonese style, I came here with my cousin on Chinese New Year's eve. Knowing that this place is very expensive, I was disappointed to find that the interior setting was nothing up-scale. We ordered a stir-fried fish fillet and a steamed tofu stuffed with shrimp. The tofu was totally a rip-off because there was ...

  • 15

    Sun Sai Gai Restaurant Incorporated

    220 Canal St # A, New York, NY
    1 review
  • 16

    Bo Ky

    80 Bayard St, New York, NY 10013
    1 review

    Bo Ky is a Vietnamese-Chinese restaurant based in the heart of Chinatown. While Chinatown is known for their wide selection of Chinese restaurants, there isn't much known about the Vietnamese fare. Bo Ky fills in the void for people looking to eat hearty Vietnamese-Chinese cuisine. The prices are affordable, giving food lovers another reason to check out Bo Ky. I ...

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  • 17

    Hop Shing Restaurant Incorporated

    1 Chatham Sq, #9, New York, NY 10038
    1 review

    Dim Sum isn't the greatest quality but you can't beat $1.90 $0.80 cents Coconut Buns WOW!

  • 18

    Cha Chan Tang

    45 Mott Street, New York, 10013, United States
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    Hop Kee Restaurant

    21 Mott St, New York, NY 10013
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