This being our first time in New York and its Chinatown, we had wanted to experience Dim-Sum 'New York Style'. We came across this restaurant on the suggestion of an affable patrol police man after we and our two children had walked for hours undecided on a restaurant. We arrived half an hour too late for dim-sum (it ends at 3:30), but was told by the congenial manager they would nevertheless serve us from the dinner menu even though they were about to close for break. The premise is large, airy and clean (hence the grade of "A" inspection as posted at the window). We ordered duck, Fry-rice, General Tao Chicken from the main menu, and because we missed dim-sum, its menu was offered to us as well. From that we selected shrimp dumplings and egg rolls. The foods all arrived piping-hot and were excellent. The orders from the main menu were so generously portioned that we had left-overs to bring back to the hotel. Good eats, inexpensive, a welcoming staff. The restaurant was in all a great choice.
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