456 Shanghai Cuisine

Restaurant chinois et Restaurant asiatique$$$$
Chinatown, New York
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  • Melon L.
    Melon LIl y a 2 semaines
    Kind of a ridiculous wait. Could get it to go, but really not much faster.
  • Joe P.
    Joe Parker 🐿Il y a 2 semaines
    Terrible, bland food. Go anywhere else in the neighborhood. It’s just not worth it
  • Masha K.
    The juicy pork bun is everything ❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • Eduardo C.
    Pratos fenomenais e muito baratos.
  • Dustin
    DustinAvril 27
    Spring rolls + soup dumplings
  • Christina K.
    Christina KnorrFévrier 14
    The fried tiny dumplings were my favorite
  • Time Out New York
    This 1963-vintage eatery reopened in 2011. Most of it's Shanghai classics remain the same—soup dumplings, crispy whole fish and cold sesame noodles as well as array of dim sum and lunch specials. En savoir plus
  • the lovely hao l.
    the lovely hao lianAoût 6, 2017
    these older asians will remind you of your grandparents from back home
  • Howard
    HowardJuin 15, 2017
    Eater Recommend Soup Dumplings
  • Kathy O.
    Kathy O'SheaMars 28, 2017
    Soup dumplings, sweet & sour soup & Shanghai Pan Fried Noodles☆ Service is superb!
  • Kathy O.
    Kathy O'SheaMars 28, 2017
    Soup dumplings, sweet & sour soup and Shanghai pan fried noodles☆☆☆☆☆
  • Adam L.
    Adam LangdonFévrier 19, 2017
    Me and my buddies go to. He's not super adventurous about foods but he does enjoy sesame chicken. This is our go to for Chinatown!
  • Vania S.
    Vania S.Janvier 17, 2017
    SO CHEAP. My friends and I paid $9 per person including tip. Pork soup dumplings are good, but on the smaller side. Try the zha jiang mian (black bean noodles).
  • Kate F.
    Kate FurmanJanvier 4, 2017
    must try xiaolongbaos, skip the wontons in spicy sauce, it wasn't spicy at all.
  • SS
    SSOctobre 30, 2016
    They have been so rude. Just after we had the dinner they took everything from the table and we couldnt even have our tea because they wanted have more customers
  • Abn N.
    Abn NSeptembre 11, 2016
    The tiny fried buns + the pork soup dumplings
  • Cybill E.
    Cybill EchegoyenAoût 22, 2016
    Only spot I ever go to when in Chinatown! Soup dumplings are to die for! 😍
  • Louis B.
    Louis BitskoJuillet 30, 2016
    Soup Dumplings & Chicken Lo Mein!!!
  • Sam O.
    Sam OriachMai 29, 2016
    Great soup dumplings. The kung pao chicken is also surprisingly delicious.
  • Karan T.
    Karan TamhaneMai 3, 2016
    All their dumplings were very good
  • Saarim Z.
    Saarim ZamanAvril 19, 2016
    Soup Dumplings on Soup Dumplings
  • Zack K.
    Zack KantorMars 16, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    soup dumplings are super small but super 🔥
  • Kate
    KateFévrier 7, 2016
    Very busy restaurant with deliciously authentic Chinese food.
  • Lizzie B.
    Lizzie BordenFévrier 7, 2016
    Lunch goodness
  • Savannah P.
    Savannah PetrickJanvier 31, 2016
    xiao long bao (soup dumplings) are incredible- very small and juicy! the fried pork buns are kinda thick and greasy but also pretty good. $18 card minimum.
  • Sefi K.
    Sefi KeiniJanvier 27, 2016
    One of the best all around Chinese restaurants in Chinatown
  • Emily W.
    Emily WilsonJanvier 27, 2016
    The soup dumplings are small & delicious. You'll want more than 1 order, unless you're only 2 people. The fried tiny buns (while not tiny) are good too. Stir fried string beans are surprisingly great.
  • Keyue B.
    Keyue BaoDécembre 24, 2015
  • Kate 💎 K.
    Kate 💎 KolendaDécembre 13, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    The "mini" dumplings are anything but mini, but make sure you order the pork soup dumplings and beef pancake with egg; the latter is cooked in plum sauce and is a great balance of sweet and savory.
  • tricia w.
    tricia wangDécembre 5, 2015
    This is mostly Chinese food for white people. It's acceptable but not great, you can find better in chinatown. Do get the red bean pancake. But The fried turnip is no where as good as joe's shanghai.
  • Nick A.
    Nick AceAoût 7, 2015
    Soup dumplings. Garlic Seaweed. String beans. Orange chicken. Duck. Scallion Pancake. You cannot go wrong here. Waiting for a table takes longer between 7-9. 9 is prime time for getting a table.
  • jake f.
    jake furstMai 13, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    the soup dumplings are overrated but everything else is underrated. the spicy Szechuan chicken is phenomenal, but those green hot peppers don't lie.
  • Janelle G.
    Janelle GraceAvril 26, 2015
    Soup dumplings for the win! Also, the fried tiny dumplings are actually the opposite of tiny (compared to the soup dumplings) and crazy juicy.
  • Elizabeth W.
    Elizabeth WhitfieldAvril 11, 2015
    Juicy pork buns (soup dumplings) are delicious. Also try the Crispy Turnip - you will be surprised but not disappointed!!
  • Josh U.
    Josh UptonMars 28, 2015
  • Roxanne S.
    Roxanne SchwartzMars 8, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    My favorite Chinese in c-town. Go for the beef & peppers, the sesame noodles & the orange chicken.
  • Linda C.
    Linda ChowFévrier 11, 2015
    Grew up eating here! Can never go wrong with the pork soup dumplings, scallion pancakes, and stir fried rice cakes!!
  • Chris P.
    Chris PolloneFévrier 10, 2015
    Definitely worth it, BUT even though there's a Visa/MasterCard sticker on the door, after I ate they told me there's an $18 minimum charge. The server asked me to tip $6 to make my check $18. No.
  • Rachel M.
    Rachel ModicaFévrier 2, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    BYOB!!!! The dumplings are great
  • Gothamist
    GothamistJanvier 20, 2015
    At this spot you can find fried tiny buns, aka sheng jian bao, which are basically the fried cousin of soup dumplings, but encased in thick, bready shell instead of a delicate steamed wrapper. En savoir plus
  • Tarah F.
    Tarah FeinbergDécembre 30, 2014
    The soup dumplings, of course. Everything was really good - aromatic duck, Lo mein, Singaporean noodles, etc. Not greasy, just delicious.
    LETTUCEDINEDécembre 7, 2014
    You're going to want 5766237986 orders of the soup dumplings
  • Nicholas D.
    Nicholas DoyleSeptembre 13, 2014
    Skip the overrated soup dumplings. You want the "Tiny" fried buns. They're a steam bun-soup dumpling hybrid of pillowy dough and soupy porky insides that are by no means tiny, in shape or flavor.
  • Bennett
    BennettSeptembre 11, 2014
    Soup dumplings are as good as you can get in Chinatown
  • Ben R.
    Ben RAoût 28, 2014
    Fried tiny buns!
  • New York Post
    New York PostAoût 25, 2014
    Three dedicated cooks expertly hand-make dumplings from lean pork shoulder daily. Poke a hole in the skin to cool it down or let the soup run out into your spoon, then add the ginger-vinegar. Savor. En savoir plus
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAoût 22, 2014
    Pichet Ong, chef of Coppelia, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Fried tiny buns w/ pork. En savoir plus
  • Peter F.
    Peter ForemanAoût 18, 2014
    The soup dumplings are great.
  • Jane D.
    Jane DongAoût 15, 2014
    Cold sesame noodles are enormous and enough for two people.
  • Kevin P.
    Kevin PhanAoût 13, 2014
    Soup dumplings and spicy eggplant dishes!
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