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Vanessa's Dumplings

Map & Directions 220 E. 14th St.
New York, NY 10003
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212-529-1329
  • Chinese, Sushi
  • Daily 11am-10:30pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

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Vanessa's delivers a slightly upscale rendition of a Chinatown dumpling stall, plus sushi. The pork-scallion potstickers, for example, are exactly twice the price you'd pay on Allen or Eldridge, and every bit as good, while the chicken-mushroom dumplings were even better. Delivered eight to a plate with a salad, they make a good light meal. But the standard aromatic-beef sandwich had been altered, using a bun-size sesame bread, with no fragrance to the beef whatsoever. Best bet: the cheap, tasty half pint of hot and sour soup, rife with bean curd, mushrooms, and lily buds. It's really spicy, too.

 
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  • nymag on 07/20/10

    The sesame pancake with beef is one of our 101 Best Sandwiches in NY. It's a bánh mì by way of Beijing: thin slices of beef with pickled cukes, carrots, and cilantro, dosed with Sriracha.

  • Eric M. on 08/04/09

    sesame pancake sandwiches are fantastic. can't fail with the dumplings either.

  • Miss_FreshNESS on 07/19/10

    Boiled dumplings look like a man's ball sack lulz

  • Joe G. on 06/06/11

    Delicious and cheap. What more could you ask for?

  • guyyak on 07/25/10

    omg—s6.dumplings>>greasy dive, but inexpensive and overflowing portions>>reminds one of childhood days in london at the.great.american.disaster

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