If you’re looking for proper Chino Latino food, head straight to the Heights where you’ll find this classic spot serving a mix of Latin and Chinese American food. The menu, written in both Spanish and English, has everything from fried pork chops with sweet plantains to the tangy and delicious General Tso’s chicken. Or meet in the menu’s middle, where dishes like tenderloin steak and breaded shrimp are paired with La Dinastia’s special fried rice, prepared to perfection with tiny cubes of ham, baby shrimp, and fresh scallions.

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Where To Eat In Washington Heights

From a 24-hour Cuban spot to a bakery with disturbingly good carrot cake, here are the 24 best places to eat in Washington Heights.