99 "Chinese" Restaurants in New York.
Kings County Imperial may not be traditional, but it serves some of our favorite Chinese food in New York City. Definitely our favorite in Brooklyn.
Málà Project is a great Chinese restaurant in the East Village that specializes in dry pot.
A reboot of a Chinatown spot that closed decades ago, Hwa Yuan serves great Peking duck, sesame noodles, and more in a massive space on East Broadway.
Skip nearby Vanessa's Dumplings in favor of the superior Shu Jiao Fu Zhou when you're looking for excellent, cheap Chinatown dumplings.
This spot on St. Marks in the East Village is home to the best soup dumplings in town.
The noodles are good, but the real reason you go to this tiny Chinatown spot is for some of the best dumplings in the city.
Deluxe Green Bo is a cash-only spot in Chinatown that makes great soup dumplings.
Lay down $65 at Decoy in the West Village, and you'll get some the best Peking duck in NYC.
A Philadelphia import with a big following has now arrived in the East Village. Overlook the dumpy interior and shoddy service and put your face into a bowl of Dan Dan Noodles.
Birds of a Feather is a Chinese spot in Williamsburg that’s great for small groups. Stop by with some friends and share a few mouth-numbing things.
For convenient Chinatown dim sum that’s open all day, Dim Sum Go Go can be your go-to.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor is very simply an excellent place to eat some good dim sum and have a little fun. There’s a reason they’ve been around since 1920.
Red Paper Clip serves a very good six-course tasting menu for $95 in a bare West Village space.
Mimi Cheng’s is a spiffed up version of the dumpling experience in the East Village. It’s the Silicon Alley startup of dumplings.