New Yeah Shanghai Deluxe - CLOSED
New York, NY 10013-4931
Village Voice's Description
It's easy to get excited about a restaurant named Yeah. The Shanghai cooking stretches our ideas about that cuisine with dishes like northern Chinese chicken, a room-temperature bird shredded, mounded on the plate, drizzled with sweet dark sauce, then hidden under a dome of pieced-together skin, sort of Ed Gein-ish. Skip the juicy buns, but savor the Shanghai wonton soup-delicate, pork-filled envelopes that tickle the tongue with little bits of pickled cabbage. Vegetarians can have a field day with dishes like "preserved veg. w. soy bean & tofu sheets" and the mysterious-sounding "thousand pieces cake."
Tips from foursquare
Food is good, but the service leaves allot to be desired.
get the steamed juicy pork buns. the best in Chinatown and maybe the world
This restaurant has moved to 50 Bayard Street. The new name is Old Yeah Shanghai Deluxe! It seems that they have changed owners, but are using the same menus. The food is still pretty good!
Can't go wrong with the pork soup dumplings. The staff is friendly.
Невероятная жара и духота внутри. Можно есть в одних трусах. Вентиляция вообще не пашет