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New Spring Garden Restaurant

Map & Directions 912 65th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11219
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718-680-2278
  • Asian, Dim Sum
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch
  • Accepted
  • Street

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Village Voice's Description

New Spring Garden is a massive entertainment hall that's slightly over the border in Dyker Heights. The southern menu highlights such pricey Cantonese standards as shark-fin soup, abalone, and sea cucumber at appropriately high prices, but the pristine dim sum—which comes rolling by on carts seven days a week till about 2 p.m.—is cheapness itself. Thrill to perfect steamed pork bao, black bean spareribs, shrimp har gow, and, best of all, ja leung—a cruller wrapped inside a rice noodle squirted with dark, salty sauce.

 
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  • Serious Eats on 07/10/13

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

  • Ada C. on 11/01/13

    Come after 12pm for shorter lines! Great spot for dim sum lunch.

  • Annie L. on 09/30/13

    This restaurant use to be my favorite for dimsum especially their har gow (shrimp dumplings). Lately the quality of their food has gone down.

  • Cindy M. on 11/18/11

    Amazing dim sum! Love the egg custard

  • Tiffany L. on 11/26/10

    Its only packed if you come during the peak hours. Its packed because the food is pretty good!

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