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Top 5 to visit while in New York

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Dim Sum

    20 Elizabeth St (between Bayard St & Canal St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 964-5256
    It is quite a trip to get into the 2nd floor dining room of Jing Fong. You are required to travel an extraordinarily long escalator up into something resembling a lavishly decorated catering hall. But the trip is worth it because the dim sum is fantastic. It is also possible you may have to chase down your next serving of dim sum or egg rolls in the weekend scrum when the restaurant is chaotic wit ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Vietnamese

    89 Baxter St (between Walker St & White St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 732-2822
    Don't be fooled by the name of the restaurant, Thai Son features great Vietnamese cuisine. In fact, you might find the best pho you've ever had at this cozy little Vietnamese restaurant. No matter what kind of Vietnamese food you're looking for, Thai Son does it well.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    70 E Broadway (between Catherine St & Market St) New York NY 10002
    (212) 343-9896
    East Corner Wonton is one of the best places to find cheap, authentic, and delicious Chinese food in New York. The restaurant is famous for their amazing and succulent roast pork, roast chicken, and roast duck. Located in the Chinatown district, East Corner Wonton features a dish called San-Bao Rice, which is two meats of your choice served over rice and one fried egg with copious amounts of sauce ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Shanghainese

    89 Bayard Street (between Mott St & Mulberry St) New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 732 8988
    Be prepared to pay cash only at Shanghai Cuisine and be prepared for just that - Shanghai cuisine! This menu is the real deal, traditional duck tongue, chicken feet and pig stomach for starters. A local courtroom crowd and culture clash décor are par for the course and pork and crab soup dumplings have a home-made feel. Even the cocktails are retro on this 152 dish menu and the soft shell crab is ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Dim Sum

    5 East Broadway (Chatham Square) New York City NY 10038
    +1 212 732 0796
    This East Broadway hot spot has a Michelin mention so holds a lot more than mere take-out appeal.  Look at the collaboration between Hong Kong chefs Ping Chung, Guy Lieu and Colette Rossant - French-American food writer and consultant, and this nouvelle alternative to the rugby tackle world of dim sum dining is further enhanced by seating your own buns on Italian designer chairs. With 24 varieties ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    111 Lafayette Street (At Canal Street) New York City NY 10013
    (212) 219-0212
    Spectacular Chinese fare at Excellent Dumpling House packs in the crowds. They are generous with portions and easy on the pocket. Pick up a meal in itself - the chicken dumpling soup; an aromatic broth infused with ginger and six chicken stuffed dumplings, or delectable vegetable dumplings which pack a punch. If you call for delivery, make sure you unblock caller ID. This dangerous world in which ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Shanghainese

    9 Pell Street (between Bowery & Doyers St) New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 233 8888
    This authentic Shanghainese hot spot is mayhem, it is mayhem because the food is so good. Be warned, do not come prepared to annihilate your Amex card, it is not that expensive and they only accept cash. Remember you are not there for the décor, you are there for the duck and the dumplings. The soup comes inside the dumplings and Joe's Shanghai makes a mockery of most Chinese hybrid menus New York ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Noodles

    48 Bowery Between Bayard Street & Canal Street New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 374 1327
    Yummy Noodles - well that says it all, doesn't it? This authentic handmade noodle house set in the Chinatown Arcade is THE place for crispy roast pork and duck at a pittance. The place is sticky, but so is the soya chicken and both these features come with the territory of Chinatown BBQ. It is an authentic Hongky (Hong Kong) spot with good, wonton, noodle, congee and clay pot rice (bee bim bop). B ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    14 Elizabeth Street (between Bayard St & Canal St) New York City NY
    +1 212 619 0085
    This restaurant has reputation for seafood and they must be doing something right to bring out Chef David Bouley, regularly. The dining room is raucous and the seafood is plucked fresh from the tanks - these are not only for décor! Black bean clams, sweet and tender lobster with XO sauce and plumply sizzling oysters with shitake and scallion, may look grey and unsavory, but they are far from it. T ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    98 Bowery New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 965 5028 / +1 212 965 5027
    Congee, not to be confused with "Congee Village", but a sister restaurant to; is found at 98 Bowery, NY and one of its super features is BYOB. If you have a special bottle of wine you would like to uncork, such as an 86 Bernard Coffinet Batard Montrachet, by all means take it along, although this is not truly a good breakfast wine - even if you are eating Chinese. Reservations are recommended (alt ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    67 Mott St (between Bayard St & Canal St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 964-0540
    At Big Wong they make a highly commendable, hearty Chinese breakfast. The floors look slippery, the walls are plain, the ceilings are low and it is noisy. This is unmistakably a "hole-in-the-wall" restaurant with soul according to more than one food critic, and soul is what it takes to make good food. Thirteen different flavors of congee, sweet and salty crullers and giant omelets (egg fu yong?) a ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    22 Elizabeth St (between Bayard St & Canal St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 964-2229
    Fans of Cantoon Garden call this Chinatown's best kept secret, with many patrons found reluctant to share its treasures. "Awesome" is one of the adjectives most regularly used, be warned, they do not accept credit cards. The restaurant features tofu clay pots, steamed fish, Peking spareribs, bok choy and the famous salt and pepper soft shell crab. Order crab "dry" to test the phantom menu and you ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    21 Mott St (between Chatham Sq & Mosco St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 964-8365
    Hop Kee has been serving Cantonese seafood to locals since 1968 - even though Chris Cheung does not look old enough, he has been frequenting Hop Kee for 30 years (he grew up in Chinatown) and it is still one of the revered chefs' occasional dining spots. They serve standard issue American/Chinese dishes, but remember to order off the menu as well. The menu is expansive, has not changed in decades. ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Dim Sum

    22 Mott St (between Chatham Sq & Worth St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 602-9988
    Ping's Restaurant is one of the few reasons why people love Queens. It is a sanctuary of Cantonese classic cuisine and there are three good reasons why: 1 - the seafood, 2 - the weekend dim sum service and 3 - the banquets.  Fresh seafood specimens swim languidly in tanks which serve two purposes - décor and "fresh fish". Delicate small plates of freshly killed fish, shrimp siu mai, hakau and trad ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    46 Eldridge St New York NY 10002
    (212) 343-0683
    According to Mindy Kaling (she plays Kelly on 'The Office') Prosperity Dumpling, provides a hot delicious lunch, at a price which makes you feel as though you are stealing. In respect of a cheap and cheerful, incredibly lip smacking lunch which only sets you back a dollar, you really can't go wrong. Within a short five minute wait you could be holding a steaming hot, plump and fresh beauty in your ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Noodles

    1 Doyers St (between Bowery & Chatham Sq) New York NY 10013
    (212) 791-1817
    This cash only, humble Chinese joint allows for noodles with a view. This is dinner theatre as open kitchens show young noodle slingers athletically swirling, stretching, slapping and separating yards of dough into springy, tender noodles. How do they do it? There should be a sign warning "do not try this at home". The seafood medley is the priciest meal at $7, and with prices like these it is sur ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Noodles

    144 E Broadway (between East Broadway & Pike St) New York NY 10002
    (212) 566-6933
    A firm favorite hole in the wall with New Yorkers - Lan Zhou Handmade Noodle offers a short but very sweet menu. The draw card being as you order, the chef pulls the dough and hey presto, handmade noodles, before your very eyes in seconds flat - amazing! There is nothing else to watch, so why not this floor-show? An authentic noodle shop with $5 décor can be one of the first signs you have entered ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Noodles

    26 Eldridge St (between Canal St & Division St) New York NY 10002
    (212) 625-1198
    Super Taste says it all - this is a top stop in Chinatown for hand-pulled noodles which taste - well, super. One fan suggested the soup may have crack in it, you just keep going back for more, however this is more than likely MSG. Noodle cravers with pitiful wallets flock for the super fast service, quality and cheap prices. Orders are shouted back to the kitchen and the hot and spicy beef hand-pu ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Noodles

    128 Hester St (between Bowery & Chrystie St) New York NY 10002
    (212) 966-9382
    Set on the cusp of Chinatown you find a speedy noodle bar for fast feeders, this is Hong Kong Station - could it be more aptly named? A made to measure menu serves cafeteria-style to time pushed patrons who are able to tart up their meals with optional extras. First select your hot and hearty choice of chicken broth cooked to order noodle; handmade, egg, dried or rice. Add what you want by pointin ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Shanghainese

    25 Pell St (between Doyers St & Mott St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 285-0333
    Joe's Ginger is a mere dumpling toss down the street from Joe Si's signature restaurant Joe's Shanghai in the Bowery - Chinatown and they are inextricably bound. Here the cuisine is slightly more "Western" influenced and is described as "Hong Kong Style Shanghai". Don't fret; authentic Shanghai is still on the menu. Shredded Turnip Shortcake, Wine Chicken and Jelly Fish, Lion's Head and braised Po ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Chinese Shanghainese

    66 Bayard St (between Elizabeth St & Mott St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 625-2359
    Once New Green Bo, now Nice Green Bo; even though the Bo is looking more nice than new, the food is eternally inexpensive and as close to always delicious as it gets. This shop is crowded; when dining alone, if you have no problem being seated next to a stranger - the scallion pancakes taste just as good, and this is a good way to meet locals. Tsao and sesame chicken, brilliantly blanched broccoli ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    79 Mott St (between Bayard St & Canal St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 732-7178
    Ten Ren's Tea Time Franchise and Shop in Mott St, Chinatown revitalizes the tea drinking tradition in a futuristic setting, frequented by students. But then bubble teas aren't traditional for serious tea drinkers - you do have to try them however. Retro board games and free WiFi is the cherry on the tapioca, which is never too soft, never too hard - just right! Tea just happens to be the most anci ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    3 Doyers Street (between Bowery & Chatham Sq) New York NY 10013
    (212) 791-7007
    Look for it carefully and find the warm and friendly, family run, Excellent Pork Chop House in Chinatown, tucked away in an alley free of tourists. Seat yourself next to a display case filled with big bellied Buddahs (the tables are communal) and order the Chinese Tawainese/Fujian style pork chop. This is why you are here and they have earned their rights to this name! Bring cash only they do not ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Vietnamese

    87 Baxter St (between Walker St & White St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 233-5948
    The barbecued pork chop is splendid and so are the So is xao dong co – clams, the beef and pork is juicy and Nha Trang One serves one of the best Pho soups in the city. This Vietnamese retreat is fast, cheap and they sell healthy food with a menu which is always better when spring and summer comes around. This is because the best fresh ingredients are available at this time of year. It is a bustli ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:Vietnamese Pho

    124 Hester St (between Bowery & Chrystie St) New York NY 10002
    (212) 343-1111
    Unassuming as it is, Cong Ly may be referred to as a "joint", some might say borderline ghetto, but they have nearly 100 items on the menu. They swiftly serve up six different types of pork and other pho, meat and rice dishes, spring rolls, soups and congee to workers from nearby and visitors too. Fans of this fragrant beef broth will find it shines at Cong Ly. This is the Vietnamese signature sou ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine:British

    17 Orchard St (between Canal St & Hester St) New York NY 10002
    (212) 300-4053
    At The Fat Radish you'll find a farm-to-table menu of incredibly fresh ingredients prepared in the most delicious manner by British Chef and Owner Ben. The menu also features decidedly English cuisine with dishes including the Vittles that are all made fresh and tasty. The Fat Radish itself looks a lot like an English countryside kitchen that you'd find alongside a farm in England. And, while the ... read more >

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