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Where to Eat Chinese Food in New York City

Sam Bresnick 48 comments

There's never been a better time to eat Chinese food in New York, and here's our comprehensive-but-selective guide to it all: the good, the great, and the decent, all to help you find the best Chinese food across the boroughs. More

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat (and Avoid) in Little Italy and Chinatown

Max Falkowitz 34 comments

If you're visiting Little Italy in Chinatown in New York, get ready to eat well. But you have to know where to eat—and just as importantly, where to avoid. This guide aims to break it all down for you, handy printable map included. More

How to Celebrate Jewish Christmas: 20 Tasty Chinese Restaurants in NYC (With Nearby Movie Theaters)

Max Falkowitz 15 comments

You may have occasion to be eating Chinese food in a couple days, and if so, you're likely looking for a movie theater afterward. With that in mind, here are some of our favorite Chinese restaurants with directions to the closest movie theater. More

Slurped: Rice Rolls at Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Chichi Wang 6 comments

The rice rolls at Nom Wah are some of the best I've tasted in Chinatown. So often rice sheets are too soggy, too laden with sauce and steamed for too long. But at Nom Wah, the sheets strike the right balance: they are soft and tender, a little slick, a little chewy. More

TGI-Fry Day: Nom Wah Tea Parlor's Fried Dim Sum Sampler

TGI Fry-Day Jessie Pascoe Post a comment

Nom Wah Tea Parlor might be the oldest dim sum parlor in New York, but its latest manager Wilson Tang has proven adept at championing its history through modern social media. That's how we found out about their fried dim sum sampler ($9.95), a tantalizing platter guaranteed to make any fried food lover drool. More

Behind The Scenes: Making Dim Sum At Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Donny Tsang 13 comments

We're big fans of dim sum at Serious Eats and Nom Wah Tea Parlor, on Doyer Street in Manhattan's Chinatown, does not disappoint. Nom Wah has been serving up dim sum since the early 1920s, and many of the chefs working in the kitchen have been there for 30 years—they're masters at what they do. We spent a few hours in the kitchen with all the chefs to see how some of our favorite dim sum dishes were made. More

Lunch Today: Dim Sum from Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Lunch Today Shell Tu 3 comments

Tucked away in the corner of Doyer Street, Nom Wah Tea Parlor has been in business in Chinatown since the early '20s and had just recently undergone renovations, which jazzed up the space with the charming vintage look of an old Hong Kong diner. But it's the dim sum that makes it worth a return trip. More

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