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What a wonderful discovery was this underground Chinese restaurant. If you are looking for fancy decoration and style this is not the place for you, but if you want to taste one of THE BEST Chinese food in Manhattan you are on the right spot....More
It's a small restaurant, on a side street - in the basement - in China Town.The portions are HUGE and the prices range from $8.95 for a platter of fried rice to $30+ for seafood specialities. The platter of fried rice could easily make four...More
I came to US 30 years ago and have been to Chinatown countless times. However, for some reasons, I have never been to this restaurant. This is my first visit. The food is good. I recommend the deep fried oyster which is exceptional. The oysters...More
So after passing by this place twice...finally figured out that it’s a restaurant “down below”! My initial reaction was...”did I accidentally walked into a Chinese medical office??”. All the gentlemen are wearing this white coat...🤔, but bringing out food...🤔. Anyways fast forward to the good...More
Rich, full-flavored dishes. I ordered Roast pork with Black Bean Sauce. I also ordered a side of hot chili sauce to make it spicy. It was a wonderful dish. The chili sauce was like roast peppers that were peeled and blended. It was SO tasty!...More
Food was great, service good, Dumplings and Eggrolls huge so order carefully, will defintely go back to try other items. We also had Peking Duck, good but watch out for bones and Hot Sour soup, excellent as well as the service!
I had not had snails in a long time, so we looked for a restaurant that served this dish and found Hop Kee. The snails were very tasty, but they were on the small side. We also ordered lobster and that was very good. Decent...More
We got off the plane and wanted a really delicious, inexpensive Chinese meal, and that's exactly what we got. The restaurant is clean, the service is excellent, the food is delicious and it is inexpensive. I highly recommend this place.
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.