We were walking around Manhattan and while in Chinatown got hungry... and ended here. Fantastic fried dumplings for a very low price... so not NYC! Mostly Chinese/ locals, limited menu and seating, but really a great place!
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Like everyone said, tiny place with a few stools, very little English spoken, very little needed, basically serves two things- fried dumplings and pork buns. Both are delicious, served quickly and incredibly cheap- you can't beat the price. Perfect if you want to eat something...More
Everyone was telling me to get fried dumplings while in Chinatown. I found this little gem while visiting recently and the fried dumplings were amazing. When you walk in they speak maybe 5 words of English. You can get 5 fried dumplings for about $1.50...More
On my search for the best dim sum and dumplings in NYC, I decided to stop by and try the fried dumplings at this place in a hidden street in Chinatown. I stopped around 11:30am. There are only a few stools to sit down and...More
Our tour guide tipped us off to this little place. You walk in with exact change ($1.25 for 5 dumplings) or the Chinese "soup nazi" lady will try to talk to you up to 8 for $2 so she doesn't have to make change. And...More
The prices have even gone up - from one dollar to a posted 1.25 for for dumplings - but this is still a cheap and unique ny place worth visiting if in Chinatown. The menu is limited. They only offer dumplings and pork buns. I...More