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Nom Wah

ChineseDim Sum


$$$$Perfect For:Impressing Out of TownersLunch
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This Chinatown landmark used to have a location in Essex Market, and their outpost at Chelsea's Market 57 has more or less the same menu: a selection of Nom Wah’s classic dim sum, bao, and noodle bowls. If you come here during lunch on a weekday, you’ll see dozens of people scattered around the food hall hunkered over bowls of char siu-topped egg noodles. If we worked in the neighborhood, we’d count ourselves among them. You can’t really go wrong with anything here, but you also shouldn’t go out of your way for it.

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