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Hey Yuet

CantoneseDim Sum


$$$$Perfect For:BrunchCasual Weeknight Dinner


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The best dim sum in Manhattan is located south of Canal (or just above it). But if you’re in Chelsea and find yourself in need of shumai, Hey Yuet is a great option. There aren’t any carts here, but the casual dining room, which is decorated with antique clocks and other vintage trinkets, is a nice place to sit with a small group and enjoy some quality Cantonese food. Try the deep-fried har gow, fluffy pork buns, and crispy walnut shrimp with just the right amount of mayo (i.e., a lot). The soup dumplings are also pretty respectable, and you can order them every day until 5pm, when the menu switches over from dim sum to dinner.

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