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Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City
Legend Bar & Restaurant 蜀留香 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

1. Legend Bar & Restaurant 蜀留香

88 7th Ave (btwn W 15th & W 16th St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Chelsea · 98 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: One of the top sources for Sichuan food in the city.

Grand Sichuan is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

2. Grand Sichuan

307 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Upper West Side · 53 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Reliable Sichuan dishes and Cantonese classics at the Upper West Side branch of this mini chain.

Grand Sichuan International is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

3. Grand Sichuan International

7.7
229 9th Ave (at W 24th St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Chelsea · 110 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Reliable Sichuan dishes and Cantonese classics.

Grand Sichuan is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

4. Grand Sichuan

307 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Upper West Side · 53 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Reliable Sichuan dishes and Cantonese classics as well.

Grand Sichuan Eastern is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

5. Grand Sichuan Eastern

7.0
1049 2nd Ave (btwn 55th & 56th St.), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Midtown East · 25 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Decent source for Sichuan dishes and Cantonese classics.

Grand Sichuan is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

6. Grand Sichuan

227 Lexington Ave (btwn E 33rd & 34th), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Rose Hill · 17 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Reliable Sichuan dishes and Cantonese classics at the midtown branch of this mini chain.

Grand Sichuan St. Mark's is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

7. Grand Sichuan St. Mark's

19 Saint Marks Pl (btw 2nd & 3rd), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · East Village · 62 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: One of the more reliable Chinese restaurants in the neighborhood.

Shanghai Café Deluxe is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

8. Shanghai Café Deluxe

8.3
100 Mott St (btwn Canal & Hester St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Little Italy · 366 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Full-service Shanghai-style restaurant with our favorite soup dumplings in the neighborhood.

456 Shanghai Cuisine is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

9. 456 Shanghai Cuisine

6.8
69 Mott St (btwn Canal & Bayard St.), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Chinatown · 110 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Better than average Shanghai-style classics in a clean, bright setting. Tasty lunch specials are a great deal.

Amazing 66 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

10. Amazing 66

7.3
66 Mott St (Btw Canal & Bayard St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Chinatown · 41 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Must-Haves: Pastrami shrimp fried rice, roast chicken with garlic and preserves

Great N.Y. Noodletown is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

11. Great N.Y. Noodletown

8.0
28 Bowery (btwn Pell & Bayard St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Chinatown · 286 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Venerated late night Chinatown spot. Roast pork (and skin-on roast pig), noodles, fried soft shell crabs, and stir fried garlic chives are smart orders here.

Red Egg is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

12. Red Egg

202 Centre St (btwn Grand & Hester St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · SoHo · 100 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Cleaner, tastier dim sum than your average Chinatown place, with fresh dishes you order off the menu rather than from a cart.

Shanghai Asian Cuisine • 上海小館 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

13. Shanghai Asian Cuisine • 上海小館

7.6
14A Elizabeth St (btwn Canal & Bayard), New York, NY
Restaurant shanghaïen · Chinatown · 43 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Decent spot for Shanghainese cooking. The stir fried rice cakes are done well here.

Wild Ginger Vegetarian Kitchen is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

14. Wild Ginger Vegetarian Kitchen

8.5
380 Broome St (at Mulberry St.), New York, NY
Restaurant asiatique · NoLita · 84 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Good source for vegetable-focused vegan and vegetarian in the neighborhood. Carnivore approved!

Hot Kitchen is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

15. Hot Kitchen

8.3
104 2nd Ave (at 6th St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · East Village · 95 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Some of the best Chinese in the East Village, uncompromising in its use of chilies and Sichuan peppercorns.

故鄉 Gu-Shine Taiwanese Restaurant is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

16. 故鄉 Gu-Shine Taiwanese Restaurant

7.1
135-38 39th Ave (btwn Prince & Main St), Flushing, NY
Restaurant Taïwanais · Downtown Flushing · 38 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: You can get a taste of some classic Taiwanese dishes like stinky tofu alongside more common Chinese offerings.

Fu Run 賦潤東北美食 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

17. Fu Run 賦潤東北美食

8.3
40-09 Prince St (at Roosevelt Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Downtown Flushing · 78 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Muslim lamb chop ($21.95), braised until fall-off-the-bone tender, fried until crisp, and jacketed with an intensely flavored coating of cumin? Yes Virginia, we're still in China.

Hunan House Chinese Restaurant is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

18. Hunan House Chinese Restaurant

7.4
137-40 Northern Blvd, Flushing, NY
Restaurant chinois · Downtown Flushing · 24 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: One of the city's only sources for real Hunan cooking.

Prince Noodle House 老成都 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

19. Prince Noodle House 老成都

37-17 Prince St, Flushing, NY
Restaurant chinois · Downtown Flushing · 3 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Gutsy and raw Sichuan cooking that for the most part is very good. Don't miss the the cold tofu with peanuts and radish or the Chengdu chicken with hot peppers. Open late (until 11:30 p.m.).

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

20. Xi'an Famous Foods

8.3
41-10 Main St (btwn 41st Ave & 41st Rd), Flushing, NY
Restaurant chinois · Downtown Flushing · 93 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The first sit-down restaurant from the folks behind Xi'an Famous Foods offers all their classics (lamb burgers, hand-pulled noodles, and more) with table service, still on the cheap.

Little Pepper is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

21. Little Pepper

8.2
18-24 College Point Blvd (btwn 18th & 20th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · College Point · 38 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: One of Flushing's top sources for authentic—and authentically spicy—Sichuan fare.

Yunnan BBQ is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

22. Yunnan BBQ

79 Clinton St (btwn Rivington & Delancey St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Lower East Side · 97 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Yunnan Chinese cooking with modern sensibilities. Mostly shareable small plates with light, bright flavors.

Mission Chinese Food is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

23. Mission Chinese Food

8.2
171 E Broadway (btwn Rutgers & Jefferson St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Two Bridges · 404 conseils et avis
Congee Village 粥之家 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

24. Congee Village 粥之家

8.3
100 Allen St (at Delancey St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Lower East Side · 216 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The congee is served bubbling hot in a terracotta casserole, steaming with the aroma of whatever's added on top. It's hearty, soothing, and everything you want in the late night hours.

Congee Bowery 粥之家 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

25. Congee Bowery 粥之家

207 Bowery (at Rivington St.), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Lower East Side · 73 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: There's a full menu to choose from here, but keep your selections focused on congee.

Café China is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

26. Café China

9.0
13 E 37th St (btwn 5th Ave & Madison Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Garment District · 273 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Great Sichuan food in a clean, modern setting.

Land Of Plenty is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

27. Land Of Plenty

8.2
204 E 58th St (3rd Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant Szechuan · Midtown East · 64 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Affordable Sichuan in midtown. The stir fried five spice tofu is a vegetarian dish for carnivores.

Szechuan Gourmet is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

28. Szechuan Gourmet

21 W 39th St (btwn 5th and 6th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · Garment District · 177 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: One of the city's top Sichuan restaurants, a gem in the heart of midtown.

Golden Shopping Mall is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

29. Golden Shopping Mall

8.2
41-28 Main St (41st Rd), Flushing, NY
Restaurant chinois · Downtown Flushing · 53 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A crammed, frenetic, two-level food court with cheap, delicious food from all over China. A Flushing must.

RedFarm is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

30. RedFarm

8.9
529 Hudson St (btwn Charles & W 10th St), New York, NY
Restaurant chinois · West Village · 284 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A cheffy, well-done take on Chinese-American classics; don't miss the dumplings, particularly the excellent xiao long bao.

88 Palace is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

31. 88 Palace

5.6
88 E Broadway (btwn Forsyth & Market St), New York, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Chinatown · 37 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The inexpensive dim sum here is some of the better in Chinatown, with some dishes not found at most other places.

Jing Fong Restaurant 金豐大酒樓 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

32. Jing Fong Restaurant 金豐大酒樓

8.0
20 Elizabeth St (btwn Bayard & Canal St), New York, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Chinatown · 287 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Peak hours are around noon on weekends for dim sum - it gets packed and chaotic.

Nom Wah Tea Parlor is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

33. Nom Wah Tea Parlor

8.4
13 Doyers St (btwn Pell & Bowery), New York, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Chinatown · 372 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: New York City's oldest and most venerated dim sum parlor given new life, home to some of the best rice rolls in Chinatown.

Vegetarian Dim Sum House is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

34. Vegetarian Dim Sum House

7.1
24 Pell St (btwn Bowery & Mott), New York, NY
Restaurant végétarien / végétalien · Chinatown · 87 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Satisfying all-vegetarian dim sum with a heavy hand of faux meat. Dim sum is served form a menu, not a cart, and is available all day.

Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant 敦城海鲜酒家 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

35. Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant 敦城海鲜酒家

7.8
133-30 39th Ave (btw College Point Blvd & Janet Pl), Flushing, NY
Restaurant chinois · Downtown Flushing · 97 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The dim sum here isn't as good as it used to be, but it remains a solid and popular neighborhood brunch spot.

Dim Sum Go Go is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

36. Dim Sum Go Go

7.7
5 E Broadway (at Chatham Sq), New York, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Two Bridges · 130 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Clean, modern-looking menu-based dim sum. Stick to fried dishes and the steamed duck dumplings for best results.

Diverse Dim Sum is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

37. Diverse Dim Sum

133-31 39th Ave (College Point Boulevard), Flushing, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Downtown Flushing · 8 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Dim sum in a mall food court? Yup. Soup dumplings are the must-order here.

New East Ocean Palace is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

38. New East Ocean Palace

7.9
113-09 Queens Blvd (76th st), Forest Hills, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Forest Hills · 35 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: This old but revitalized spot does some of the best dim sum in Queens.

Pacificana is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

39. Pacificana

813 55th St (at 8th Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Sunset Park · 42 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: This Cantonese restaurant does great dim sum, a destination for Sunset Park's Chinatown.

New Spring Garden Restaurant is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

40. New Spring Garden Restaurant

912 65th St (By Fort Hamilton Parkway), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant Dim Sum · Dyker Heights · 19 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The dim sum here is decent if not inspired, though the steamed rice rolls (cheung fun) are practically flawless.

Tasty Dumpling is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

41. Tasty Dumpling

7.7
42 Mulberry St (btwn Bayard & Mosco St), New York, NY
Restaurant spécialisé dans les quenelles · Chinatown · 96 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Tasty Dumpling's rich pork filling is one of our favorites in Chinatown, and the cabbage in this more-portable pancake offers a mellow vegetal backbone and mild sweetness.

Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City.

42. Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle

144 E Broadway (btwn Pike St & East Broadway), New York, NY
Restaurant de nouilles chinoises · Chinatown · 261 conseils et avis

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The juicy pork dumplings are even better than the hand pulled noodles at this Fujianese hole in the wall.