Shu Jiao Fu Zhu Cuisine
New York, NY 10002
- Daily 9:30am-9:30pm
Tips from foursquare
The boiled dumplings are great, but the rice balls with beef ($3) are the real star here. Deliciously soft and sticky, they may remind you of mochi... until you get a bite of that marinated beef.
Order the huge plate of thick peanut butter noddles that will stick to your taste buds after every bite!
Really cheap Fuzhou-style wonton soup features dozens of whispy, tiny wontons in a celery and scallion-flavored broth.
All the white hipsters go to Vanessa's. All the Chinese peeps who know the real deal with 1/10th of a price come here.
Great place for dumplings, simple Fu Zhou noodle soups, and the best Fu Zhou fish ball in C-town!
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