Dim Sum, dumplings and small appetizers are the specialties at this small, reasonably priced authentic Chinese restaurant. People from all over the ... More
Dim Sum, dumplings and small appetizers are the specialties at this small, reasonably priced authentic Chinese restaurant. People from all over the city have been flocking here for years, leading to long waits on the weekend. Meals during the week are usually more relaxed. The emphasis is on the food rather than the decor or the service, so do not expect to be pampered.
The area where this restaurant is located transforms you as if you are in China (been there). The place is not fancy, but clean and quite large. Fresh dim sum is constantly being passed around, the wait staff is very helpful in explaining what is inside. we had 5 plates of dim sum (like 4-5 to a plate) and 2 green teas and the tab was $12.65.
WOW in NEW YORK
The food is excellent, portions are large, service is very good, and prices are reasonable. If you're looking for elegant, romantic atmosphere, this isn't the place. Very plain layout and furnishings, but it's certainly not a dump.
The next time we travel to NYC, my wife and I definitely plan to eat here again.
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