23 "Chinese" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Dim Sum Garden in Chinatown is affordable and BYOB, which makes it a great spot to start a night or anytime you want some soup dumplings.
Han Dynasty is a Sichuan Chinese place in Old City that works great for big groups or a casual weeknight dinner.
Han Dynasty in University City serves two main purposes - a place to eat some of the best Sichuan food around, and a full-on sports bar.
Bing Bing is a non-traditional dim sum spot in East Passyunk that’s great for a casual date or weeknight dinner.
E Mei is a szechuan place in Chinatown that’s great for a long lunch when you don’t want to be at work.
Come to Spice C in Chinatown for a quick but great bowl of noodles.
Mayflower is a small, cash-only bakery in Chinatown with 90-cent chicken curry turnovers that you need to try.
David’s Mai Lai Wah is a restaurant in Chinatown that’s the biggest late-night-hangout spot in the city.
Tai Lake is a Chinatown staple with lots of big, round tables and dishes served family-style.
Nom Wah is a dim sum spot in Chinatown where you can get a lot of good food for not a lot of money.
DanDan is a Sichuan and Taiwanese spot in Rittenhouse with a good and convenient Happy Hour.
A play on the word “stoners,” St. Oner’s is a bar and restaurant in Fishtown from Tired Hands Brewing.
Bread Top is a small corner store in Chinatown with great pastries and sandwiches.
TT Skewer is a tiny Chinatown spot that focuses on skewers of meat and hot pot.