Whether it’s Szechuan or Mandarin, high-end dim sum or bargain moo shu, Voice Places is your guide to Chinese food in New York. Professional reviews and user reviews, along with listings easily searchable by neighborhood, give you all the information you need to make a great choice!
Tucked away on Doyers Street in the heart of Chinatown, you'll find Nom Wah, the city's oldest tea parlor. Red-and-white checkered tablecloths, potted palm trees, and... More »
Those who knew the old Little Pepper space on a hardscrabble stretch of Roosevelt Avenue will be impressed with the latest premises located two miles north in College... More »
New Yorkers were thrilled when San Francisco transplant Mission Chinese Food appeared on the Lower East Side, slinging Oklahoma native Danny Bowien's take on... More »
This modest mainstay of the Elmhurst cheap eats scene provides voluminous and mind-bogglingly cheap meals for around $5. These include a mountain of white rice, plus... More »
We were skeptical when a friend raved about an amazing Sichuan restaurant in Bay Ridge, of all places. But now we're converts: Showered with Sichuan peppercorns, the... More »
Named after a lush desert oasis in Xinjiang, China, Kashkar is the city's first Uighur restaurant. Soups are meal sized, including chuchuara-filled with buttery mutton... More »
Yi Lan Halal in Flushing is the city's first restaurant to offer the cuisine of northern Chinese Muslims, not to be confused with the restaurants dotting the... More »
This exceedingly exciting offshoot of the Grand Sichuan chain is only the second restaurant in Flushing to offer authentic Hunanese food, said to be the spiciest in... More »
According to chef Zak Pelaccio of Fatty Crab, this place has the best wontons in the city. While we won"t go quite that far, the dumplings are indeed fab, available in... More »
World-class dim sum awaits at World Tong. Arrive before 2 p.m. any day of the week to witness the unsurpassed parade of dumpling carts, which display pork with tree fungus... More »
It was back in 1995 that a modest restaurant in Flushing drew the attention of the city's proto-foodies to Shanghai cooking by astonishing them with a dumpling. But this was no ordinary lump of meat and noodle dough. Soon dubbed "soup dumplings," these thin-skinned purses popularized by Joe's Shanghai were puckered at the top and wobbled alarmingly as they were ferried to the table in a...
Many centuries ago, a scholar was preparing for his final exams. To prevent distractions, he isolated himself on an island in the middle of a placid lake. The island was reached by a long bridge, and every day his faithful wife would bring him lunch by hiking across the span. But the lengthy walk meant that the food arrived cold, and the scholar was cross. Then one day his wife had an...
Who could resist a restaurant called Sweet Yummy House? If you're a kid, that is. For me, the name conjures up gingerbread dwellings deep in the woods made by witches. Step inside, and you're the entrée. But Sweet Yummy doesn't try to lure you with desserts—in fact, it doesn't have any. Rather, it's one of the city's newer Sichuan restaurants, which have been multiplying lately...
Yunnan Kitchen is the new Asian hipster “it” place on the Lower East Side. Housed in a neat, trendy space, this spot is staffed by an extremely affable crew.
Travis Post, the chef, and Erika Chou, the owner present a small plate menu which is inspired by the flavors of China’s Yunnan province. It features dishes with plenty of fresh herbs, vegetables,...
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This is pretty good Chinese take-out. There are lots of "pretty good" Chinese take-outs in Manhattan, but this comes out slightly ahead of the pack for having really cheap prices and many more menu items than most. They also serve a few Thai dishes, though you'll want to approach those with caution -- while they can be enjoyed on their own terms, they...Read Full Review
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