26 "Chinatown"Restaurants in New York.
Skip nearby Vanessa's Dumplings in favor of the superior Shu Jiao Fu Zhou when you're looking for excellent, cheap Chinatown dumplings.
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.
Lalito is a Mexican-ish spot in Chinatown, with a funky menu and good vibes. Hit it for dinner, or even lunch if you’re on jury duty.
456 Shanghai is our Chinatown go-to for tiny dumplings, big bowls of noodles, and everything in between.
For convenient Chinatown dim sum that's open all day, Dim Sum Go Go can be your go-to.
Peking Duck House is an often forgotten Classic NYC Establishment. Yes, at $48 per duck, this is a splurge for Chinatown, but trust us when we tell you that it’s worth it.
The fact that Nom Wah Tea Parlor has been operating since 1920 tells us that they’re doing something right. Nom Wah is very simply an excellent place to eat some good dim sum and have a little fun.
On a block of Vietnamese places on Baxter Street in Chinatown, Nha Trang is our favorite for pho.
Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles serves - you guessed it - hand-pulled noodles, in Chinatown.
Chinese Tuxedo is a beautiful and fun Chinatown restaurant, but the food isn't that memorable.
Great New York Noodletown is a late night eats classic. But beyond that, you can do better.
For us, Pulqueria is just an exercise in misery. The music is loud, the service sucks, and this place might as well be selling guacamole like night club bottle service.
Banh Mi Saigon is a sandwich shop in the back of a jewelry store, and makes one of the best banh mis in Chinatown.
Despite its nam, Thai Son is actually a Vietnamese restaurant on Baxter Street in Chinatown.