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Hop Kee first opened in 1968, and since then has become a staple on the list of best Chinese restaurants in the city. Everyone from families to late-night partiers counts Hop Kee among their staple restaurants. While you can find all the basics at Hop Kee like chow fun, sweet and sour pork or won ton soup, the real reason for the restaurant's popularity is the menu of specialty items. Sample delicacies like pan fried flounder, Cantonese-style snails and Peking-style pork chops. If you're looking for casual and reliably good Chinese dishes, Hop Kee is the place for you.
Wo Hop is the quintessential Chinatown joint. From the wall of framed photos of famous customers to the checkered linoleum floor, the feeling is one of a well-loved, favorite restaurant; and that it is, it has been thriving since it opened in 1938. From the kitchen come huge portions of Cantonese dishes like dumplings, duck lo mein, subgum vegetables and many, many more. What's even better, they stay open all night, so you can always satisfy your late night cravings.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor dice ser el restaurante de dim sum más antiguo en funcionamiento de Nueva York, y ciertamente desde 1920 el restaurante sirve estas delicias en la misma dirección que en la actualidad. Si les interesa la historia, les agradará saber que la tienda se encuentra en Bloody Angle, una de las callejuelas más notorias de la ciudad por las bandas chinas que en el siglo XIX derramaron sangre sin remordimientos. No importa cuán peligrosa era en esa época; en la actualidad, Nom Wah es un espacio tranquilo en el que podrán disfrutar del clásico "siu mai" junto con una taza del tradicional té de jazmín, de la misma forma que se hacía en las viejas rutas de la seda siglos atrás.
Taste amazing pork and crab soup dumplings at Joe's Shanghai in Chinatown. The restaurant has a lively atmosphere, and you'll see diners wearing a satisfied expression in the dining room. Although prices are a little above the average for the neighborhood it's worth it once you get a taste of the dim sum served here. Only cash is accepted at the restaurant, so make sure to plan for that.
Great New York Noodle Town is a bustling restaurant in Chinatown serving salt-baked soft-shell crabs and other delectable Chinese dishes. You'll find that they're not too picky about presentation, placing the most emphasis on the taste of the food. You won't find any fancy decor here, but the food and value more than makes up for this. For those with late-night cravings, Great New York Noodle Town is open late to keep you happy. Make sure to bring cash, since they don't take credit cards.
For almost a decade, Mooncake Foods has eschewed the greasy wok and deep-fryer for healthier cooking options like steaming, roasting and grilling to the delight of svelte inhabitants in trendy Soho. The kitchen focuses on simple plates and each dish is created by hand. Menu highlights include cold jicama rolls, wonton soups, buckwheat noodle salads and plenty of filling sandwiches, try the steak & roasted peppers with garlic mayo, it is one of their best. Other options include their amazing dinner plates such as the New Zealand lobster tail and the Hangar steak, the latter best served with their homemade Chimichurri sauce. Most people say one of the best things about Mooncake is their affordability.
Having already made waves and picked up a slew of awards in Philadelphia, Han Dynasty's New York outpost brings the zesty flavors of Sichuan to the East Village. The menu offers an array of meat in such delightful preparations such as dry pot style, hot saucy style, pickled chili style and kung pao style. There's a little selection for the kids as well. The interiors are done up in vibrant hues, with clean lines and striking Chinese-inspired artwork adorning the walls.
Buddakan ofrece delicias asiáticas modernas a los amantes de la comida de Nueva York. Ubicado en el lado este del Mercado de Chelsea, este restaurante de 1.486 metros cuadrados tiene una apariencia decidídamente ultra chic. Agasajen a su paladar con platillos exóticos hechos con vegetales y carnes, además de langostinos, pescado, pollo, carne de vaca, pato y cordero, todo con un toque chino mágico. Este restaurante de moda hizo apariciones en la tele y el cine, en película como Sex and the City.
Peking Duck House es uno de esos restaurantes chinos que cuenta con un grupo de seguidores fieles de neoyorquinos amantes de la buena comida china. Claramente, este estatus tiene su buena base. Además de los clásicos de pollo, carne y cerdo, el pato pequinés, preparado de forma totalmente auténtica, es imperdible.
Treat yourself to Chinese cuisine the next time you are in Lincoln Center. Located very close to the performing arts center, Shun Lee offers elegant cuisine, complete with ornate decorations and romantic lights. The dragon sculpture that greets one in the dining area bears testimony to the authenticity of the restaurant, making it a preferred choice of locals in the mood for the real thing. Duck liver with Chinese mushrooms, smoked fish and noodle soup with braised tendons are classic favorites.