151 "Chinese" Restaurants in New York.
"Look for the red lantern," instructs the Macao Trading Co. website. This is how you will know you have reached your destination - the Portuguese colony of Macao circa 1952, "a fugitive's heaven from…
On one hand, Xi’an’s presence in Midtown is great because this area desperately needs more cheap and delicious things to eat for lunch. On the other hand, no one at your office wants to be around for…
Nom Wah Tea Parlor is very simply an excellent place to eat some good dim sum and have a little fun. There’s a reason they’ve been around since 1920.
Spicy Village is not a romantic date spot. Unless styrofoam dishware gets you all hot and bothered. Take your friends, bring a bottle of wine, and prepare to spend $10 a piece on some delicious Chine…
Lay down $65 at Decoy in the West Village, and you'll get some the best Peking duck in NYC.
Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen is a good Chinese spot in Hell's Kitchen.
Mimi Cheng’s is a spiffed up version of the dumpling experience in the East Village. It’s the Silicon Alley startup of dumplings.
This Chinese restaurant on St. Marks in the East Village is home to some of the best soup dumplings in Manhattan.
The noodles are good, but the real reason you go to this tiny Chinatown spot is for some of the best dumplings in the city.
A Chinese restaurant in the West Village with awesome food but frequently very confused service.
Chinese Tuxedo is a beautiful and fun Chinatown restaurant, but the food isn't that memorable.
Go to Shu Jiao Fu Zhou when you’re looking for excellent, cheap Chinatown dumplings.
Dim Sum Go Go is a low-key spot in Manhattan’s Chinatown serving reliable dum sum all day.