Café China

Café China

Restaurant chinois$$$$
Garment District, New York
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  • Elika R.
    Shrimp Dumplings and Cumin Lamb I enjoyed. Great room, great food & great bartender. Next time will bring the family. After 24 years in NY finally a great Chinese Resturant I have found in Manhattan.
    A voté pour il y a Aug 31
  • Angela W.
    Angela WenDécembre 5, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Food is awesome but the cocktails are amazing! The decor is vintage Shanghai, the food is authentic and perfect level of spice. Get the Chungking fish and the husband wife appetizer.
    A voté pour il y a Sep 16
  • Al S.
    Al SOctobre 27, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    The spicy Chungking chicken and vegetable fried rice with mustard greens are exceptional. This is one of if not the best Chinese spot in NYC. It gets busy though so plan accordingly.
    A voté pour il y a Aug 12
  • Eater
    EaterOctobre 8, 2013
    Cafe China serves all your Sichuan favorites in a dining room that evokes 1930s Shanghai. Standout dishes include spicy diced rabbit, baby black lamb, and "Szechuan pesto chicken." [Eater 38 Member]
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuAvril 4, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Don't miss five spiced beef - reminds me of China. And love the tofu w celery. The dumplings are ok(thick skin - not my fav) in love with cafe china& they r on seamless with 1 Michelin too
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedOctobre 2, 2015
    "The braised sole in red soup is an incredible modern adaptation of an old school dish. It's spicy with a subtle heat, and has a rich mouth feel with tofu and crunchy veggies." Chef Russell Jackson En savoir plus
  • Cole K.
    Cole KennedyJuillet 27
    Take a very large group of people and eat a ton of food. Preferably on an expense account. Preferably at lunch so you can use the collective food coma as an excuse to go home early.
    A voté pour il y a Aug 17
  • Lori J.
    Lori Jenkins-McClureAoût 12, 2013
    Came in right before 10pm and they still let me order take-out. I'm a vegetarian and I got steamed green beans and veg dumplings. Amazing! I wasn't brave enough to try the ma po tofu. Thx cafe china!
  • Ashley C.
    Ashley ChanOctobre 2, 2016
    The dumplings here are the best. Come here for the pork dumplings in chili oil and xiao long bao, they're comparable to the ones you get in Asia!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFévrier 10, 2015
    A modern Sichuan restaurant decked out in vintage 1920s Shanghai decor. The focus here is on quality, not quantity, with expertly cooked proteins and a smart hand with the spices.
  • Derek K.
    Derek KanJuillet 4, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    One of the best Chinese restaurants I've been in NYC. Szechuan style - but goodies from other regions as well. Deserves that 1 star from Michelin
    A voté pour il y a Aug 16
  • Allen Y.
    Allen YangAoût 7, 2014
    Really good Sichuan food; can't go wrong with any of the entrees. Try the "Fish Blossom" entree, which is hard to find in NYC. Also one of the classier Chinese restaurants in Manhattan.
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuMai 14, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Try the mouth-watering chicken (with peanuts and sesame ) beyond expectation. Tea-smoked duck is huge portion & take long time to prepare - worth the wait :)
  • Melissa C.
    Melissa ChaiDécembre 30, 2015
    Authentic Chinese in midtown! Try the sautéed snow pea shoots with garlic when they're in season and tender (i.e., not in the summer)
  • Sam W.
    Sam WinnickMai 6, 2015
    Most authentic and tasty joint! I love it here! The chili dumplings, sesame noodles and spicy beef are just a few of the favorites!
  • Raquel G.
    Raquel GCAvril 20, 2017
    I would go as far as saying it was the best Chinese food i have ever had so far. Pork dumplings in chili oil are a must so is the cumin lamb
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuDécembre 22, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Am from China and The five spice beef cold dish made me feel like back home in china. Highly recommend ! Not a fan of their dumplings cuz the cover quite thick
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableJuin 22, 2012
    The fiery eats at this spot are a great way to spice up a Midtown lunch. Look for three dishes that are new to the menu: Lamb Hot Pot, Steamed Pork in Lotus Leaf and Chinese Broccoli: En savoir plus
  • Tao T.
    Tao TaoSeptembre 14, 2014
    Pork dumplings in spicy sauce, eggplant and cold noodles (appetizer) were amazing. Not cheap but excellent Chinese food. Good atmosphere too
  • Twinkle D.
    Twinkle DenoyoAoût 31, 2017
    This place is very authentic, even the waiters dont speak much english so be patient. We got the dan dan noodles and some dumplings and everything was good! Crowded spot but worth it!
  • Leah L.
    Leah LiDécembre 11, 2014
    Be forewarned that all the dishes tend to be on the salty side. That being said, everything is still delicious! Try the husband and wife, mouth-watering chicken, and cucumbers to start.
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Sample 3-pepper chicken with meat so tender, skin so crispy, & peppers so fiery that diners have been known to swoon. – Green Guide Editor
  • Douglas Elliman
    Douglas EllimanJuillet 21, 2014
    A traditional Sichuan menu with gorgeous Shanghai decorations from the 1930s. Although the restaurant is very trendy, the menu remains traditional. We love the spicy Sichuan style chicken.
  • Nicolette R.
    Nicolette RomeroOctobre 11, 2014
    Everything we tried was so flavorful! Standout dishes were the pork dumplings, dan dan noodles, kung pao chicken and the beef with green chilies. Your mouth will leave on fire!
  • Harish H.
    Harish HoonFévrier 2, 2015
    Dan Dan noodles, pork dumplings in chili oil, cumin lamb and three pepper chicken. And yeah.. the lychee cocktail washes things down well.
  • Guilherme 梅.
    Guilherme 梅田Octobre 28, 2016
    Ótima surpresa que uma busca no 4square me deu. Ótimo restaurante! Decoração antiga, atendimento cordial e porções grandes. E não precisa pagar tip. Noodles, eggplants e peixe! Ótimas pedidas!
  • Real Cheap Eats
    Real Cheap EatsAoût 15, 2012
    Try the “mouth watering chicken." Bone-in chicken is poached & chilled, arriving in a bowl slicked with neon-colored chili-and-sesame oil. It somehow manages to be refreshing & incendiary all at once. En savoir plus
  • Dee H.
    Dee HJuin 28, 2016
    Wonton soup, pork dumplings in chilli oil are phenomenal! Delivery is super fast.
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAoût 10, 2014
    Café China continues to serve up refined takes on Sichuan cuisine. Even after many years, the Spicy Diced Rabbit and Three Pepper Chicken continue to deliver on spice and flavor.
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListMai 19, 2012
    Try - Five-spice beef; spicy beef tendon; spicy diced rabbit; pork sandwiches; pickle and fish stew; chungking spicy chicken. Ambiance - A pretty and low-key attempt to summon 1930s Shanghai En savoir plus
  • Guha A.
    Guha ArunkumarJuin 10, 2017
    Get the stir fried assorted fresh mushroom (and ask for it to be made spicy) irrespective of whether you're a vegetarian or not. 😋
  • FreshNYC p.
    FreshNYC p}-:{>Février 21, 2015
    This Michelin-acclaimed Chinese art-deco restaurant “elegantly” dishes out authentic regional Sichuan cuisine in a “period” environment transporting diners to the “golden Era” of 1930s Shanghai. En savoir plus
  • Savannah P.
    Savannah PetrickJanvier 8, 2016
    great decor & good food. skip the ginger duck- it's primarily peppers (?) with tiny shreds of duck & hardly any hint of ginger. I half thought they brought the wrong dish. soup buns all had holes ☹
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAoût 24, 2015
    The pork dumplings in chili oil appetizer is packed with flavor. Stir up the spices in the oil and drizzle on each dumpling.
  • Bruce H.
    Bruce HaydonDécembre 14, 2017
    Great dumplings and authentic Chinese dishes. Sometimes crowded, but consistently good. Worth the wait in line. Just be aware this is not healthiest Chinese food - lots of fried.
  • Christian D.
    Christian DickmannFévrier 5, 2017
    Dumplings in chili oil are fantastic. three pepper chicken is great, but be warned: it is very spicy (and I like it spicy) and has no sauce for the rice.
  • Pramod P.
    Pramod PaiMai 8, 2015
    Tea Smoked Duck – Unlike Peking duck, this aromatically smoked duck retains a fatty layer of caramel skin with deep flavor so complex that you may even forego the accompanying sauce En savoir plus
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureMars 19, 2013
    The soup dumplings are an essential New York bite: Shanghainese xiao long bao with soy-vinegar- ginger sauce. More places to eat like a local: tandl.me/12ufz7c
  • Kendall W.
    Kendall WolzMars 15, 2014
    Awesome food. Family of four ordered four different dishes. We should have only ordered too. Lots of left overs. Loved the Kung pao and three pepper chicken
  • kate k
    kate kJanvier 18, 2015
    Szechuan pickled vegetables are surprisingly tasty. Dumplings in chilli oil excellent - slightly sweet. Dan Dan noodles disappointing - dig for the greens at the bottom.
  • Steph Y.
    Steph YiuDécembre 13, 2015
    I can't feel my tongue. The mapo tofu is good, but the Dan Dan noodles were the winner.
  • Chris P.
    Chris PolloneJuin 4, 2015
    Tasty Sichuan. More upscale than Szechuan Gourmet. If you're alone, grab a seat at the bar during lunch.
  • Neel H.
    Neel HajareJuillet 23
    Pork dumplings in chili oil, Chungking spicy chicken, and spicy cumin lamb were all great!
  • Tom D.
    Tom DiMaggioMai 29, 2017
    Best Chinese food and it's not even close. If you're around for lunch, the lunch specials give you plenty and for amazing prices.
  • Joanna F.
    Joanna FlammOctobre 25, 2015
    Food is good, nicely decorated with 1950s flare. Great for a date or dinner with your parents (if your parents can handle spicy food).
  • Allison K.
    Allison KaminskiOctobre 15, 2015
    Must get the dumplings and the spicy chicken!! Best dumplings I have ever had.... The sauce it's in is incredible!!
  • Aditi
    AditiAvril 18, 2016
    My favorite Chinese in NYC. When they say spicy they mean it. Great veg options
  • Angela
    AngelaDécembre 15, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Best Chinese food in the city. Sautéed chicken filet, mapo tofu, and steamed soup buns are my faves but everything is delicious.
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAoût 24, 2015
    Recommended - Braised Fish with Tofu Lunch Special. Fresh and meaty chunks of fish with tofu in a mildly spicy sauce.
  • Jess H.
    pretty good refine Chinese food ~ had the pork dumplings in chili oil, Dan Dan noodles, three spice beef, cumin lamb and fish stew
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