16 "Dim Sum" Restaurants in New York.
East Harbor Seafood Palace is our favorite dim sum spot in Sunset Park. Bring a group, and anticipate a wait.
Buddha Bodai is a kosher vegetarian spot in Chinatown. It’s useful for anyone who doesn’t eat meat, and it’s BYOB.
Royal Seafood is a big restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for dim sum. It’s a big room with lots of big round tables, and it gets busy at brunch.
If you want to eat the best baked pork buns in Chinatown, you need to go to Mei Li Wah.
Jing Fong is a giant dim sum restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for a big group meal.
Excellent Dumpling House is a fun, affordable Chinese restaurant in Chelsea that’s good for groups.
China Blue is a huge, cool-looking restaurant in Tribeca making Shanghai-style Chinese food. It’s a good option for group dinners or private events.
Golden Unicorn is a restaurant above a bank in Chinatown where you can eat some dim sum while a wedding reception is going down nearby.
A fast casual outpost of the classic Chinatown dim spot Nom Wah Tea Parlor, come here for good, quick dumplings.
Tim Ho Wan is a somewhat famous dim sum chain from Hong Kong, and this is their first U.S. location.
For convenient Chinatown dim sum that’s open all day, Dim Sum Go Go can be your go-to.
Kings County Imperial may not be traditional, but it serves some of our favorite Chinese food in New York City. Definitely our favorite in Brooklyn.
This spot on St. Marks in the East Village is home to the best soup dumplings in town.
Lay down $65 at Decoy in the West Village, and you'll get some the best Peking duck in NYC.