New Spring Garden Restaurant
Brooklyn, NY 11219
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.
Tips from foursquare
The dim sum here is decent if not inspired, though the steamed rice rolls (cheung fun) are practically flawless.
Come after 12pm for shorter lines! Great spot for dim sum lunch.
This restaurant use to be my favorite for dimsum especially their har gow (shrimp dumplings). Lately the quality of their food has gone down.
Amazing dim sum! Love the egg custard
Its only packed if you come during the peak hours. Its packed because the food is pretty good!
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