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

1. Legend Bar & Restaurant 蜀留香

8.4
88 7th Ave (btwn W 15th & W 16th St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Chelsea · 96 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Skip the Americanized stuff for great Sichuan like juicy Chongqing chicken and crackly fried eggplant.

RedFarm is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

2. RedFarm

9.2
529 Hudson St (btwn Charles & W 10th St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · West Village · 262 consigli e recensioni

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

RedFarm is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

3. RedFarm

9.0
2170 Broadway (btwn 76 & 77th St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Upper West Side · 113 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The uptown location of the fun Chinese-American restaurant with excellent dumplings and other classics.

Shanghai Café Deluxe is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

4. Shanghai Café Deluxe

8.9
100 Mott St (btwn Canal & Hester St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Little Italy · 342 consigli e recensioni

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

Great N.Y. Noodletown is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

5. Great N.Y. Noodletown

8.5
28 Bowery (btwn Pell & Bayard St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Chinatown · 273 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A late night Chinatown classic. Aim for the roast meats, and slather ginger-scallion sauce over everything.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

6. Xi'an Famous Foods

8.8
41-10 Main St (btwn 41st Ave & 41st Rd), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 88 consigli e recensioni

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.

Café China is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

7. Café China

9.2
13 E 37th St (btwn 5th Ave & Madison Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Garment District · 244 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: 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.

Fung Tu is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

8. Fung Tu

22 Orchard St (btwn Hester & Canal St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Chinatown · 85 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: If you want to see what Chinese fine dining will look like in America in 10 years, eat at Fung Tu now. Modern Chinese cooking that's the right kind of fusion.

La Vie En Szechuan is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

9. La Vie En Szechuan

7.5
14 E 33rd St (btwn 5th & Madison Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · NoMad · 43 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The real treasures lie not in the Sichuan food, which is pretty standard, but rather creative dishes like massive pork meatballs in a sauce of pickled mustard greens.

Hunan Manor is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

10. Hunan Manor

6.7
339 Lexington Ave (at E 39th St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Murray Hill · 33 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The specialty here is the cuisine of Hunan, spicy food with all manner of dried, smoked, and pickled meat and vegetables. Get the fish with chili oil sauce and the dried beef with white peppers.

Mission Chinese Food is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

11. Mission Chinese Food

8.9
171 E Broadway (btwn Rutgers & Jefferson St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Two Bridges · 379 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Danny Bowien's gonzo Chinese cooking is more refined and smart than it used to be. The new dining room is also gorgeous, with red banquets lending an old New York feel.

Canton Gourmet is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

12. Canton Gourmet

7.1
3808 Prince St, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 20 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Get the excellent "Famous Garlic Aromatic Crispy Chicken" and "Famous Golden Fried Rice," some of the best fried chicken and fried rice the city has to offer.

Szechuan Gourmet is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

13. Szechuan Gourmet

6.6
135-15 37th Ave (at Prince St.), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 11 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A Flushing classic for good reason; they don't let up on the heat here. Seek out uncommon dishes like fiery shell-on shrimp cooked with a ground pork and sweet asparagus.

Szechuan Gourmet is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

14. Szechuan Gourmet

8.9
21 W 39th St (btwn 5th and 6th Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Garment District · 175 consigli e recensioni

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

Lan Sheng Szechuan Restaurant 草堂小餐 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

15. Lan Sheng Szechuan Restaurant 草堂小餐

60 W 39th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Garment District · 53 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A busy Szechuan gourmet competitor that's just as good. We love the dry fried string beans and the spicy fish stew.

Hunan Kitchen Of Grand Sichuan is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

16. Hunan Kitchen Of Grand Sichuan

8.5
42-47 Main St (at Franklin Ave), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Flushing · 40 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Both the Hunan and Sichuan dishes are wonderful here. Crispy cumin lamb and smoky dry fried string beans are must-orders.

Uncle Zhou is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

17. Uncle Zhou

8.8
83-29 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY
Ristorante cinese · Elmhurst · 41 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The handpulled noodles are delightfully chewy and doughy. Also order the dumplings, fried rabbit, and griddled pancakes.

T Shop is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

18. T Shop

6.5
247 Elizabeth St (btwn E Houston & Prince St), New York, NY
Sala da tè · NoLita · 5 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A small but high quality selection of loose leaf teas, mostly Taiwanese oolongs. Buy for brewing at home or do an educational tea tasting with the owner.

Hunan House Chinese Restaurant is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

19. Hunan House Chinese Restaurant

7.7
137-40 Northern Blvd, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 21 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Your Flushing brunch: a casserole of savory steamed egg custard slicked with soy sauce, chili oil, and nubs of ground pork. Gobble it up over rice.

Metro Cafe is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

20. Metro Cafe

4924 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante cinese · Sunset Park · 12 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Home to the city's best twice-cooked pork: thick, meaty slices of pork belly beautifully browned, with bold bites of leek.

Little Pepper is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

21. Little Pepper

8.7
18-24 College Point Blvd (btwn 18th & 20th Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · College Point · 37 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Getting to College Point is a trek, but it's worth it for the Sichuan food here. Pickled string beans with ground pork have a serious addictive funk.

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

22. Fu Run 賦潤東北美食

8.8
40-09 Prince St (at Roosevelt Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 72 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Destination-worthy Northern Chinese in a nicer than average setting. Don't miss the Muslim Lamb Chop, which is braised until fall-apart tender, rolled in cumin seeds, and deep fried.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

23. Xi'an Famous Foods

9.0
14 E 34th St, New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · NoMad · 76 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The midtown flagship of the Xi'an Famous Foods empire in the shadow of the Empire State Building.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

24. Xi'an Famous Foods

9.3
648 Manhattan Ave (at Bedford Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante cinese · Greenpoint · 71 consigli e recensioni
Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

25. Xi'an Famous Foods

9.0
328 E 78th St (btwn 1st and 2nd ave), New York, NY
Ristorante asiatico · Upper East Side · 59 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Score a baguette from nearby Orwasher's and fill it with Xi'an's cumin lamb for the best sandwich on the UES.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

26. Xi'an Famous Foods

8.8
2675 Broadway (at 102nd St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Upper West Side · 69 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Perfect for a cheap lunch near Columbia.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

27. Xi'an Famous Foods

9.1
24 W 45th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Midtown East · 238 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Best destination for the food of the Chinese city of Xi'an in NYC. Try the chewy liang pi noodles or "lamb face" salad, all doused in their alluringly fiery house sauces.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

28. Xi'an Famous Foods

86 Beadel St (at Vandervoort Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante cinese · Williamsburg · 35 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: One of two Brooklyn spots to get your Xi'an fix.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

29. Xi'an Famous Foods

9.2
81 Saint Marks Pl (at 1st Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · East Village · 309 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Best destination for the food of the Chinese city of Xi'an. Try the chewy liang pi noodles or "lamb face" salad, all doused in their alluringly fiery house sauces.

Xi'an Famous Foods is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

30. Xi'an Famous Foods

8.3
41-28 Main St, Basement #36 (at 41st Rd.), Downtown Flushing, NY
Ristorante cinese · 45 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The oldest, and most old school, Xi'an location. Try the chewy liang pi noodles or "lamb face" salad, all doused in their alluringly fiery house sauces.

Hunan Kitchen Of Grand Sichuan is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

31. Hunan Kitchen Of Grand Sichuan

8.5
42-47 Main St (at Franklin Ave), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Flushing · 40 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Killer cumin lamb and smoky dry-fried green beans. Both Hunan and Sichuan specialties are done very well here.

Hunan House Chinese Restaurant is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

32. Hunan House Chinese Restaurant

7.7
137-40 Northern Blvd, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 21 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The best Hunan restaurant in the city. Don't miss the steamed egg custard topped with ground pork, soy sauce, and chili oil.

Canton Gourmet is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

33. Canton Gourmet

7.1
3808 Prince St, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 20 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: You're here for two dishes: fried chicken, crispy as Peking duck, smothered in fried garlic; plus light, fragrant fried rice.

Little Pepper is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

34. Little Pepper

8.7
18-24 College Point Blvd (btwn 18th & 20th Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · College Point · 37 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Excellent Sichuan worth the hike to College Point. Go with a group to order plenty; you want to make a trip worth your while.

Noodle Village 粥麵軒 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

35. Noodle Village 粥麵軒

8.8
13 Mott St (btwn Chatham Sq & Mosco St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Chinatown · 107 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The best bowl of wonton soup you'll find in Manhattan.

Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

36. Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle

144 E Broadway (btwn Pike St & East Broadway), New York, NY
Noodle House · Chinatown · 261 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Skip the noodles and focus on the incredibly juicy and flavorful pork dumplings, the best you'll get in Chinatown--better than all those dumpling shops!

Tianjin Dumpling House is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

37. Tianjin Dumpling House

9.0
41-28 Main St, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · Downtown Flushing · 52 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Ridiculously juicy lamb and green squash dumplings are the best dumplings in the city.

White Bear 白熊 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

38. White Bear 白熊

8.9
135-02 Roosevelt Ave (at Prince St), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · Downtown Flushing · 144 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: You go here for one thing: pork wontons in hot oil (no. 6). The thin wonton skins hold a delicate filling; mild chili oil and preserved vegetable topping make this one of the best dumplings in NYC.

Sifu Chio is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

39. Sifu Chio

7.1
4009 Prince St, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · Downtown Flushing · 13 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: A small restaurant that specializes in wonton soup. We like a mix of the juicy wontons with snappy noodles and sweet chicken broth.

Northern Dumpling King is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

40. Northern Dumpling King

41-42 A Main St, Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 4 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Thick, chewy skins are the hallmark of this tiny dumpling shop in a slender mall. Pork and "fennel" (dill, actually) and aquatic vegetable dumplings are must orders.

老王記 (Lao Wang Ji) is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

41. 老王記 (Lao Wang Ji)

Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · Downtown Flushing · 4 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: This stall is best for Fujianese-style "small wontons" floating in a rich chicken broth. Sesame noodles make a very cheap and tasty breakfast. Little to no English here.

Li's Lanzhou Handstretched Noodles is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

42. Li's Lanzhou Handstretched Noodles

6.3
136-20 Roosevelt Ave (New World Mall Food Court), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 8 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Hand-pulled noodle vendor best for its guo tie (pan fried dumplings) with a special lacy crust.

Spicy Village 大福星 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

43. Spicy Village 大福星

9.1
68B Forsyth St (btwn Grand & Hester), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Lower East Side · 153 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Excellent hand-pulled noodles, which you should order on the Big Tray of Chicken, a massive stew of spicy chicken and potatoes that serves three.

Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles 清味蘭州拉麵 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

44. Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles 清味蘭州拉麵

8.5
1 Doyers St (btwn Bowery & Pell St.), New York, NY
Noodle House · Chinatown · 155 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Skip the broths at this hand-pulled noodle specialist; get yours stir fried instead.

Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

45. Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen

8.4
811 8th Ave (at W 49th St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Theater District · 142 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The hand-pulled noodles are a little thicker and softer than ideal, but they come in broths you'll want to slurp and scrape out of the bottom of the bowl. Solid soup dumplings and sheng jian bao.

Chen Du Tian Fu 成都天府 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

46. Chen Du Tian Fu 成都天府

7.5
41-28 Main St (41st Ave), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante cinese · Downtown Flushing · 12 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The dan dan noodles here are particularly memorable: seriously mouth-numbing but full-flavored, and not crazy on the chili heat.

Yun Nan Flavour Garden is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

47. Yun Nan Flavour Garden

8.5
5121 8th Ave (at 52nd St), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante cinese · Sunset Park · 37 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Excellent Yunnan-style rice noodles.

Taste of Guilin is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

48. Taste of Guilin

7.8
6307 8th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Noodle House · Sunset Park · 6 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Stir fried rice noodles are soft, springy, and gloriously stinky thanks to some spicy pickled bamboo.

Bamboo Garden Restaurant is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

49. Bamboo Garden Restaurant

6.3
6409 8th Ave (at 64th St.), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante cinese · Sunset Park · 26 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The dim sum here is fresher than most, with lots of items you won't find at other more popular spots.

Pacificana is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

50. Pacificana

7.3
813 55th St (at 8th Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante dim sum · Sunset Park · 40 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Palatial dining room, solid dumplings, everything you could want in a dim sum house.

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

51. New Spring Garden Restaurant

6.2
912 65th St (By Fort Hamilton Parkway), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante dim sum · Dyker Heights · 19 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: We like most of the dim sum here, but especially the soft-yet-supple rice noodle rolls.

88 Palace is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

52. 88 Palace

6.0
88 E Broadway (btwn Forsyth & Market St), New York, NY
Ristorante dim sum · Chinatown · 36 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: On a good day, the best dim sum in Manhattan. Certainly the cheapest, with some items you won't get elsewhere.

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

53. Jing Fong Restaurant 金豐大酒樓

8.5
20 Elizabeth St (btwn Bayard & Canal St), New York, NY
Ristorante dim sum · Chinatown · 275 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Truly massive dim sum hall with greasy but satisfying dim sum classics.

Dim Sum Go Go is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

54. Dim Sum Go Go

8.0
5 E Broadway (at Bowery and Chatham Square), New York, NY
Ristorante dim sum · Two Bridges · 130 consigli e recensioni

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

Nom Wah Tea Parlor is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

55. Nom Wah Tea Parlor

8.8
13 Doyers St (btwn Pell & Bowery), New York, NY
Ristorante dim sum · Chinatown · 336 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: You have to respect the city's oldest dim sum parlor, which looks like a Law and Order set piece in the best of ways. The dim sum here won't blow your mind, but it's solid.

Mister Hot Pot 鍋大爺 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

56. Mister Hot Pot 鍋大爺

8.0
5306 8th Ave (btwn 53rd & 54th St), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante asiatico · Sunset Park · 34 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Very good hot pot with an excellent mild broth and plenty of fresh ingredients for dipping.

Hou Yi Hot Pot is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

57. Hou Yi Hot Pot

7.9
92 Hester St (btwn Allen St & Eldridge St), New York, NY
Ristorante Hotpot · Lower East Side · 56 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: For a fixed price you get over an hour of all you can eat hot pot with strong broths and plenty of dipping options. Be careful: the spicy broth isn't joking.

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot 小肥羊 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

58. Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot 小肥羊

8.8
136-59 37th Ave (btwn 138th & Union St.), Contea di Queens, NY
Ristorante Hotpot · Downtown Flushing · 48 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The Queens branch of the international hot pot chain. If it's your first time, get the half-and-half broth: part mild, part spicy.

Taste of Northern China 北方美食 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

59. Taste of Northern China 北方美食

88 E Broadway, New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Chinatown · 12 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Awesome skewers, particularly the lamb and spicy grilled flatbread.

Big Wong King 大旺 is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

60. Big Wong King 大旺

8.8
67 Mott St (btwn Canal St & Bayard St), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Chinatown · 169 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: This is some of the best roast pork in Chinatown. A serving over rice will set you back about five bucks. Cash only.

Vanessa's Dumpling House is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

61. Vanessa's Dumpling House

9.1
118 Eldridge St (btwn Broome & Grand St), New York, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · Lower East Side · 380 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Skip the dumplings for the excellent pan-fried sesame pancakes.

Vanessa's Dumpling House is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

62. Vanessa's Dumpling House

8.5
310 Bedford Ave (at S 1st St), Brooklyn, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · Williamsburg · 133 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Skip the dumplings and order the excellent pan-fried sesame pancakes instead.

Vanessa's Dumpling House is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

63. Vanessa's Dumpling House

8.2
220 E 14th St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave.), New York, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · East Village · 206 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Skip the dumplings and get the excellent pan-fried sesame pancakes instead.

New Beef King Corp is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

64. New Beef King Corp

6.4
89 Bayard St, New York, NY
Posto da snack · Chinatown · 10 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The Chinese-style jerky isn't cheap, but it's darn good.

Sun Hing Lung Ho Fun Tofu is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

65. Sun Hing Lung Ho Fun Tofu

8.6
58 Henry St (Market), New York, NY
Ristorante cinese · Two Bridges · 22 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Get your fresh silken tofu and perfectly wobbly steamed rice rolls here.

Golden Steamer is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

66. Golden Steamer

7.8
143 Mott St (at Grand St), New York, NY
Panetteria · Chinatown · 65 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The best place for steamed buns in Chinatown.

Fay Da Bakery is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

67. Fay Da Bakery

8.1
107-50 Queens Blvd (at 71st Ave), Forest Hills, NY
Panetteria · Forest Hills · 37 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Solid Chinese bakery with great taro pastries.

Fay Da Bakery is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

68. Fay Da Bakery

8.5
83 Mott St (btwn Canal & Bayard St.), New York, NY
Panetteria · Chinatown · 54 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The best Fay Da location; they bake on site here throughout the day.

Fay Da Bakery is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

69. Fay Da Bakery

7.9
191 Centre St (btwn Canal & Howard St.), New York, NY
Panetteria · Little Italy · 14 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: If you can, head to the Fay Da on Mott for pastries that are more likely freshly baked.

Fay Da Bakery is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

70. Fay Da Bakery

8.1
86-12 Justice Ave (btw 55th Ave & Broadway), Elmhurst, NY
Panetteria · Elmhurst · 18 consigli e recensioni
INDESSERT is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

71. INDESSERT

1 E Broadway, New York, NY
Pasticceria · Chinatown · 24 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Best destination for tong sui desserts. Get the fresh-tasting mango-sago soup with tart pomelo on top.

Teado is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

72. Teado

8.4
145D Hester St (btwn Chrystie St & Bowery), New York, NY
Negozio Bubble Tea · Lower East Side · 55 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The best bubble tea shop in Chinatown; they rely on quality tea, not sugar and fake flavorings, and let you control exactly how sweet you want your tea.

Fang Gourmet Tea is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

73. Fang Gourmet Tea

8.5
135-25 Roosevelt Ave (btw Main & Prince), Contea di Queens, NY
Sala da tè · Downtown Flushing · 35 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Hands-down the best source for Taiwanese tea in New York City. While the teas are expensive, a tea tasting ceremony costs just a few bucks. Can't-miss Flushing experience.

T Shop is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

74. T Shop

6.5
247 Elizabeth St (btwn E Houston & Prince St), New York, NY
Sala da tè · NoLita · 5 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Serene tea room with a small but excellent selection of loose leaf teas. Buy leaves to go or go on a "tea tasting journey" with the shop's resident tea master.

The Bao is one of Where to Eat Chinese Food in NYC.

75. The Bao

8.7
13 Saint Marks Pl (at 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Ristorante con specialità gnocchi · East Village · 197 consigli e recensioni

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Delicate and delicious soup dumplings. Spring for the crab upgrade, which adds a briny touch to the juicy pork tinged with ginger.