124 "Chinese" Restaurants in New York.
Chong Qing Lao Zao in Flushing specializes in Chongqing-style hot pot made with beef tallow and Sichuan peppers
Xiang Hot Pot is a hot pot restaurant in Flushing’s New World Mall that serves one of their broth options with an edible butter sculpture of a bear.
If you’re looking for a fun, all-you-can-eat hot pot and karaoke experience in Sunset Park, check out this Chinese restaurant on 53rd Street.
Lan Ting Hot Pot BBQ is a two-floor Chinese restaurant you should keep in mind for a group dinner in Sunset Park.
This Chinese restaurant on St. Marks in the East Village is home to some of the best soup dumplings in Manhattan.
Milu is a fast-casual restaurant in Gramercy, but the Chinese food here is much better than what’s normally served at bowl-and-grain-plate spots.
Blue Willow is an upscale Chinese restaurant in Midtown that specializes in Szechuan and Hunan food.
The Morningside Heights location of Junzi Kitchen, a fast-casual mini-chain, is one of the best Chinese spots in the area.
Like its other locations around the city, Xi’an Famous Foods’ Flushing location serves spicy, satisfying western Chinese food we often dream about.
Ling’s is an iconic food cart on Canal Street in Chinatown that’s been making spherical dough puffs since 1982.
The Noodle is one of the best options for Chinese handpulled noodles in Harlem.
The West Village location of Spicy Moon is one of the best vegan restaurants in the area.
After pivoting from a chef's counter tasting menu, this Greenpoint spot is now serving a short list of excellent Chinese dishes.
Very Fresh Noodles is a great spot for Chinese hand-pulled noodles in Chelsea Market.
Han Dynasty is a Szechuan restaurant on 3rd Avenue in the East Village you can rely on like a friend who helps you move.