Both the one nearby MOMA and the one in China town are not to be missed. Impressive & delicious food @ a reasonable price. My favorite Chinese in NY
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This restaurant is set up better than the one in Chinatown and the wait isnt nearly as long. Worth the trip if you are in midtown. The best soup dumplings around! Also, their pan fried noodle with seafood is a very large portion to be...More
It’s been a while since I visited Joe’s Shanghai and I still really like this restaurant. The service was excellent and the WonTon Soup may be the best I’ve ever had. The hot & sour soup also was very good along with the Soup Dumplings....More
We came back a second time with a group of 6. I liked that they had a round table to accommodate us. Plenty of room for 2 more. There’s always a wait, as they don’t take reservations. We started off with 2 servings of soup...More
We ate here on a Sunday night and it was packed - I took that as a good sign. We had to wait a few minutes for a table, but less time than was quoted so that was a nice surprise. There seemed to be...More
My friend and I worked very hard to plan every detail of our trip to the Big Apple. Based on many very positive TripAdvisor reviews, we had planned to have dinner at Joe's Shanghai last Saturday evening before our 8PM show. I called at least...More
They have a good selection of authentic Shanghai style cooking. The salt and pepper duck was delicious and so was the crispy dried beef. If you prefer fish, try the pan fried flounder. They also do a good delivery service of some of their dishes.
Had lunch here on a recent trip to NYC. Thought food was excellent especially the roasted Peking chicken. Unusual but really tasty. Also loved the dumplings.
We love the Joe’s Shanghai in Chinatown, NYC and we thought we’ll have the same experience in Midtown, NYC. But we were wrong! The prices are double. Pork steamed buns in Chinatown you get 8 with each order for $6.25 in Midtown you get 6...More