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Food is incredible. Whatever you do, order the Peking duck, soy chicken and barbecue spare ribs. Avoid going there during lunch time if you don't like crowds and the bathroom is rather ummm, just don't if you can. Outside of those few things, it's a keeper. The food is affordable, authentic and the staff was mega cool.
Love to come here for breakfast! Fresh rice crepes made to order! Great soup noodles and genuine Chinese food!
A chef comes over by your table and slice the cooked duck in front of you. The skin is crispy and the meat is tender, not a lot of fat. You put it in a wrap, mix in the vegetable and the sweet sauce then roll/fold it whichever you prefer.
Peking Duck House knows Duck and you should go experience their take on this fabulous meal. Wide variety menu. Great experience.
This is a very nice spot. We haven't ordered too many different things from the menu but I can say that without a shadow of a doubt XO kitchen makes the best steamed shrimp dumplings. $5.95 is very reasonable for 4 large pieces that aren't
AMAZING!!! This whole table of plates for 50 only (after tips)!! Tastes super authentic too, no wonder people are lining up for seats even for lunch in this cold weather. Would definitely recommend!!!
It's ok. If you want a dumpling fix this is it! Inexpensive. I think they would be better off being a street vendor might lower cost for them? Since you can't really sit and eat in.
I LOVE this place--such a steal. 5 dumplings for $1.50. Not much seating--maybe enough for 4 people, but there is a park right at the end of the block so it's not needed. No frills, but for $1.50 who needs em? Am I right?! There are also steamed pork buns and the option to buy frozen dumplings in bulk. Cash only. Quick service.
A true hidden gem in a city where everything has been discovered. Best fried tiny buns in the city. Soup dumplings are among the best as well. Also recommend the watercress and enoki mushrooms, rice cakes, pan fried noodles.
Quick service and food is still amazing after all these years :)
Excellent Chinatown Chinese food experience. This place has some great salty dishes that left us very satisfied. The Peking duck absolutely delivered and staff was helpful in explaining the menu. Cash only.
The great thing about this place is that I’ve been coming here my whole life and it tastes exactly the same. The only issue is trying to get a table here because it’s usually packed with tourists, so I recommend coming here on off days and times. Highly recommend!!
I've been raving about this place to anyone who'll listen. I've been for dinner and brunch and both times the food has been extremely flavorful and the staff incredibly warm. Like, let-my-friends-and-I-camp-out-for-hours warm. It's hard to
This cute little restaurant in Chinatown is a nice addition from all the Chinese restaurant. I know it is Chinatown but who said you couldn't have some variety even there. The friendly and casual place is good to relax and good food.
Been coming here for years, always brings back good memories for me. Food here is great and fresh and the pricing is very cheap for the food you get. Cool to hang out with some friends, always busy and open very late.
I needed something to cure my hang over and miraculous the seafood soup did the job. A large bowl full of noodles, vegetables, squid, shrimp, scallops and more. I was so very pleased and the bill was greatly resonable. Less than $10 for the nourishment. Simple restaurant with great foods and incredible options. Will definitely go back.
My experience at Ping’s was exceptional. My family got to meet the owner, who entertained us with jokes and laughter. The seafood is the freshest I have had at any other restaurant in chinatown. Most people come here for the dimsum, but I
The food and service were ahead of our expectations. We surely loved the atmosphere of this spot. Fantastic spot to take my family out for dinner.
Outstanding food and service. Large serving size specially for what I paid. I was seated quickly, my order taken quickly And the food was delicious. The bathroom was clean. I should’ve asked about the tea as it was excellent. This restaurant did not disappoint.
Was skeptical of the new location after reading some reviews, but things are as good as ever at Joe’s. The new space is incredible and much more enjoyable to eat at with high ceilings and very well done decor.
I have been going here for over a decade and I will continue coming to this place for the delicious food and hospitality. I have tried other similar restaurants in the vicinity when Nha Trang was closed and they don't compare! The staff is
I had the beef phõ special for lunch and the broth alone was amazing... the best I’ve tasted by far in nyc
Nice ambiance. They have spicy food that I love. Ample quantity. Good and quick service.. I liked the lamb dish very much and the boiled fish had a nice flavor.
The food is okay, but the service here is just terrible. Our table were missing tea cups and I had to asked the waiters 3 times to finally get them. They don't refill water when the teapot's lid is up (basic Chinese etiquette). Again, I
I love this place! Great assortment of dumplings, the eggplant is really well-done and the fried fish in seaweed is awesome. We eat here once a month but order the same things. The chow fun is okay but I almost always add chili oil to boost the flavor. Pretty consistent quality.
Our first experience dinning in Chinatown, this place is always jam packed service is very energetic and fast. We wanted to eat Dim Sum since this place had good reviews from a blogger in YouTube. Our expectations were surpassed, the pork
Just go here and basically have like everything on the menu, and don’t worry about how much it costs, cuz seriously why should you?! EVERYTHING is ABSOLUTELY delicious as hell, from the squid 🦑 ink noodles to the shrimp and lobster toast
I love the ambience of the restaurant. Didn’t expected it to look so nice and big inside in the middle of an ally in Chinatown. It has two floors with the first floor being the bar and tables on the bottom floor. A lot of candles and nice
great place, the price is very reasonable and the food is really, really good. multiple dishes had a gluten free option, apart from the whole restaurant being vegetarian, which is very cool. great service as well. the sweet tapioca dumpling is especially amazing, i highly recommend it!
Haven't been back in over a year. Place has been updated with a refreshing and inviting vibe for a Kosher Vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown. We had a craving for take-out and the lunch specials were reasonable with no extra charge for
Favorite stop for dim sum at any time of day. A staple of Chinatown with it's infamous yellow signage and diner inspired interior. Get adventurous in your orders here, the rolled rice noodles, turnip pancakes and shrimp pea dumplings are some of my favorites.
From the outside and inside it does not look like much but the dim sum is good. The items are pricier than the larger dim sum places but it tastes fresh and has a fusion flavor. It's a great spot for a nice lunch or dinner.
Interesting and eclectic composition of dishes that amaze you while you eat your food. Not the traditional fare, but modern, new twist on Asian cooking. Notice all of the young people!
They do not take reservations and you will probably have to wait 30+ mins... Wait!! It will be with your time! Pork fried Dumplings are amazing. The Tiny Buns with Pork amazing. The Young
The most incredible Chinese food I have ever had! Portions probably could be split between two. Service was good, attentive and friendly. Atmosphere was fitting. Don’t forget to try the spicy mustard.
No frills... no matter. The fact is that the food at this underground, late night classic Chinese restaurant is no joke. They are firm, straight to the point, and only take cash, but I left thoroughly satisfied! Also, it's a very clean place--a big plus in Chinatown.
One of my favorite restaurants around. I’d go at least once a month. Great service and delicious vegan kosher food! I love the sweet sticky rice with coconut
It is hard to find vegetarian dim sum, let alone really good vegetarian dim sum.My cousin took me here and I was not disappointed.
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