Authentic Chinese Food in New York

Authentic Chinese Food in New York

Forget about all the recommendations from Yelp, Zagat or even Michelin. Those people don't know Chinese food at all. Here is a short list that you can use for your future Chinese food adventure! 

Best Chinese Restaurants in Brooklyn

Bamboo Pavilion

They’re recommended by Michelin for several years. Best one in Brooklyn. They have spicy Sichuan foods and Cantonese foods. Hotpot is all-you-can-eat and only $18 per person.

Ad: 6920 18th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11204

Best Chinese Restaurants in Manhattan

Houyi Hotpot

Hotpot is all-you-can-eat, about $30 per person. They have one location in East Village and another one is in Chinatown.

Ad: 92 Hester St, New York, NY 10002

Xi’an Famous Foods

Their boss, originally from Flushing, now is driving lamborghini. If the foods is not good, he won’t be that lucky.

Ad: 81 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10003

Han Dynasty

Best Chinese cuisine in East Village. Don’t forget to reserve at busy hours.

Ad: 90 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003

Jing Fong

It’s a huge dim-sum place. Every Chinese in New York knows this one. It’s usually super busy on weekends.

Ad: 20 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10013

Peking Duck House

I won’t say it’s super good but they have the best Peking Roast Duck in the city.

Ad: 28 Mott St # A, New York, NY 10013

Radiance Tea House & Books

This one is a little fancier. Their foods are super delicious. It’s very rare to see both Westerners and Chinese loving to eat here. My parents love this place.

Ad: 158 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019

Red Egg

This is a dim-sum place. Their decoration is dope and perfect for dating. Food is also very tasty. Ad: 202 Centre St #1, New York, NY 10013

Nom Wah Tea Parlor

This is probably the oldest dim-sum restaurant in Chinatown and very famous. It’s almost historic. One thing you need to know: there are more Westerners than Chinese.

Ad: 13 Doyers St, New York, NY 10013

 

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