101 "Chinese" Restaurants in New York.
Lao Bei Fang is a cash-only Chinese spot in Elmhurst that serves particularly massive dumplings.
Three Times is a fast-casual Chinese spot on the Lower East Side that serves good pan-fried dumplings.
Chubby Princess is a counter-service Chinese spot in FiDi from the people behind MáLà Project.
Sally’s is a Caribbean spot in Bed-Stuy where you should get dinner or drinks someone who’s cooler than you.
Yaso Tangbao is a great place for some noodles with braised beef or soup dumplings in Industry City.
The Roast is a spot in Sunset Park that's perfect for when you need to grab a quick meal or several pounds of roast pork.
Kai Feng Fu Dumpling House is a cash-only spot in Sunset Park with minimal seating and excellent fried dumplings that cost $1.50 per order.
If you want a fun spot for a group meal in Sunset Park, go to Hot Space. It’s a Szechuan spot specializing in whole fish with various sauces.
Western Yunnan Crossing Bridge Noodle is a great spot for a quick bowl of noodles and some pumpkin pancakes in Sunset Park.
It’s important that you stop by Yun Nan Flavour Garden in Sunset Park at some point and eat a hot bowl of crossing the bridge noodles.
If you want to grab a quick lunch in Sunset Park, stop by Fei Long Food Court and get some congee, roast pork, or soup dumplings.
Park Asia is a great option for a group meal in Sunset Park. It’s a massive space with plenty of natural light, and it’s especially good for dim sum.
Bamboo Garden is a Cantonese spot with excellent dim sum and roast pork in Sunset Park.
East Harbor Seafood Palace is our favorite dim sum spot in Sunset Park. Bring a group, and anticipate a wait.
The Upper East Side has a Xi’an too, and it’s a great place to spend around $10 on spicy hand-ripped noodles.