55 "Chinatown" Restaurants in New York.
L’ito’s is an all-day Italian-American takeout spot by the Manhattan Bridge in Chinatown with a great Italian combo.
Ling’s is an iconic food cart on Canal Street in Chinatown that’s been making spherical dough puffs since 1982.
The Ground is an indoor soccer center in Chinatown where you can watch (or play) soccer while eating food from Kiki's.
Visiting the Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory is an iconic ice cream experience that every New Yorker and tourist alike needs to have.
Peachy’s is an underground cocktail bar in Chinatown with good cocktails and lots of neon lights.
Green Garden Village is a BYOB restaurant in Chinatown with hit-or-miss Cantonese food.
Da Yu is a two-story hot pot place in Chinatown with a great selection of quality ingredients and some semi-private rooms perfect for big groups.
If you’re looking for all-you-can-eat hot pot near Chinatown, and Hometown Hotpot has a really long wait, 99 Favor Taste will get the job done.
If it’s 3am and you’re in Chinatown, you should consider eating Chinese food in the basement at Wo Hop.
Buddha Bodai is a kosher vegetarian spot in Chinatown. It’s useful for anyone who doesn’t eat meat, and it’s BYOB.
Hop Kee is a restaurant in a basement in Chinatown that’s been around since the 1960′s. Stop by for some late-night Cantonese-style crab.
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.
Nha Trang Center is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for lunches, big groups, and casual dinners when you want a bowl of pho.
Royal Seafood is a big restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for dim sum. It’s a big room with lots of big round tables, and it gets busy at brunch.