chinese: Food, not spelling is important - 02/27/10 09:51 AM
New Yeah Shanghai Deluxe65 Bayard StreetNew York, NY 10013
 212 566 4884
 Luckily their cooking is a lot better than there spelling.
 New Yeah has the run of now ordinary Chinese food, but its specials are really special.
Shanghai is famous for its soup dumplings. These are steamed dumplings the have soup sealed in them, an experience in eating itself.
 Chrysanthemum Fish, $ 16, a chef ‘s special, a filet of fish scored then deep fried, the white flesh blooms and the skin shrinks producing an entry, that looks very much like a flower. Another specialty is a whole pork shoulder, … (5 comments)

chinese: Noodletown is not the place you want to take a date - 02/13/10 09:15 AM
Noodletown28 BoweryNew York, NY 10013
(212) 349-0923
 
After midnight and after a show or movie, when most if not all of the food places in Chinatown, NYC have closed down, there is Noodletown on the Corner of Bowery and Bayard Streets
The atmosphere at noodletown is Chinese luncheonette when it was new and it is not new now. There is no maitre d', cooked ducks and pigs hang in the window. Soup is scooped out unceremoniously in front everyone. The waiters are constantly busy and either do not have the time or the English to greet you and certainly not … (0 comments)

chinese: A bright dim sum - 05/03/09 04:41 PM
On Saturday about 11 a.m. a walk through Chinatown, NYC, I noticed that most of the restaurants were essentially empty except the Dim Sum places. For those who are not native New Yorker's or Californian's, Dim Sum is a weekend brunch where small tasting plates of various Chinese dishes are wheeled through the dining room. Typically you are put at a large table with people you have never met, often there are family group from Grandma to infants. As they stop by your table, you can pick out the dishes you like and a card is stamped indicating your purchase. These … (1 comments)

chinese: cheap eats- triple z - 03/26/09 03:33 PM
Triple Z
1410 Avenue U
718 382 4328
With Ducks and half pigs hanging in the window, there is no doubt that this is an authentic Chinese eating place.
There are lunch specials as cheap as $ 4 and the food is very fresh, as there is a major Chinese market next door. A la carte main courses run about $ 10
The green vegetables are done just so and the sauces have none of the gloppiness of a Junior High School cafeteria. You can even get your Chow Fun dry
The ambiance is definitely family style, expect to sit at … (2 comments)

 

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