144 "Chinese" Restaurants in New York.
La Dinastia is a classic Chino Latino spot in Washington Heights. Make sure to order some of the awesome fried rice.
Dragon Bing makes Chinese bing at The Market Line on the LES that make for a great casual weeknight dinner or lunch.
Yu Kitchen is a casual Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side with fantastic Sichuan specialities.
The Bund is a Forest Hills Shanghainese spot with excellent dumplings and wontons.
Liu’s Shanghai is a Chinese spot in Bath Beach that serves both Shanghainese and Cantonese dishes.
Sifu Chio is a Cantonese restaurant in Flushing with wontons and lo mein we really like.
CheLi is an excellent Shanghainese restaurant in the East Village where you should eat with a group.
Porcelain is a casual cafe in Ridgewood serving Korean, Taiwanese, and Chinese food all day.
Wing Hing Seafood Restaurant is the best dim sum spot in Sheepshead Bay.
Long Wong Bakery II makes our favorite egg and milk tarts in Sheepshead Bay.
Lagman House is a Dungan restaurant in Sheepshead Bay specializing in hand-pulled noodles from Western China and Central Asia.
Silver Apricot in the West Village has a secret patio out back where you should bring a date and eat Chinese-New American small plates.