The rest pretty average. Like any other Chinese restaurant. Rice well boiled though Fast service. Not very expensive.
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Soup dumplings are addictive and Joe's Ginger has them. And no lines like Joe's Shanghai. Make sure you put it on soup spoon, poke small hole and suck out all the soup before it falls on plate.
We are first timers in New York and went to Chinatown while we were there. We were hungry and were walking around trying to find a restaurant to eat at. We came across Joe's Ginger and came in to eat. We were surprised by their...More
We were wandering around Chinatown looking for a restaurant and decided to give this ago, we sat down and waited and waited in the end I said I will go and check if they have forgotton us, Someone then came and took our order now...More
We went into this restaurant as it looked fairly busy but had a table. They served the rice first whilst I then waited 10 mins for my main, my husband waited a further 15 mins for his by which time the rice was cold. Service...More
We found this place off Mott street while looking for a place to eat a late supper. The hours are convenient and the location in the heart of Chinatown is easy to access. We were four people and each ordered a dish to share along...More
Due to the queues at Joe's Shanghai and being short on time we decided to try this place out as it looked busy enough but we could still get a table. Unfortunately, this was probably the worst Chinese I have ever eaten in my life....More
After 100 Mott Street, and when the original Joe's Shanghai is too crowded, this is our second stop on our dumpling crawl. The XLB's here are the same as Joe's without the lines- their spicy dumplings are incredible too!
Due to long lines as Joe's Shanghai, we came here based on same owner and high Zagat ratings for this place. Service was mediocre and soup dumplings were not good. The other food was just average. Go somewhere else in Chinatown - there are plenty...More