Staff is really cute and nice. Haha I love the grandmas pushing dimsum carts with their uniforms. Very genuine and the food is nice. Resturant is clean and big not the usual loud and tight dimsum house. More...
The food is excellent and the service is fantastic!!! The portions are big and it's one big ballroom with lots of tables. Expect to share a table with another party if your party is small.
There's a large variety of dishes, almost too much. The place is a huge place and we arrived after lunch hours so it was rather empty. There was a waiter with a cart that offered a pre-made and cheaper dishes instead of the menu dishes. We took some dishes from her cartand some ordered from the menu and she was a little upset that we didn't want more from the ready-made dishes. Overall it was a little strange experience, maybe because of the language and culture barrier. Some dishes were good and some not. More...
The food was so good. I liked the huge varities they had. The only thing i did not like about the place was the service. Some people was nice, but there were some people being really mean to the customers. But it was good overall. I would definetely visit again. More...
Yummy I love the egg rolls.
Good dim sum, okay variety. Probably within top 3 place for dim sum in this area.
The most wonderful thing in the restaurant was my beautiful girlfriend who I went with. The food was ok.
Great food great price
This place it's a must just for the experience and food is awesome.
Great atmosphere and food at good prices.
Favorite brunch to go whenever I'm in town. Fast service, pretty clean establishments and so much dim sum to choose. Yumm!!
Nous y sommes allée en suivant les avis des gens et franchement nous n'avons pas été déçu. Un restaurant atypique pour nous car nous n'avions jamais mangé dans ce type de restaurant. C'est à dire partager la même table avec d'autre gens, prendre nos différents plats sur les chariots qui passent. Chaque chariots à ces spécialités. Salle qui fait penser à une salle de mariage :) More...
Great experience and great food!
Enjoy dImsum,large,open area great for big groups
Great place for weddings. Spacious, nice staff, and decent food quality.
중국문화 딤섬 세상맛있다
When in Chinatown, this is one of the must eat dim sum place to come to. The food is decent. It is packed all days from 10AM to 2PM and then for dinner 5PM to 10PM. I learned the trick to be there before 10AM and around 5:30PM. This is the biggest restaurant in Chinatown - 1500 seating - 150 tables, and two stages (One Large and One Mini). Big functions (Wedding, Fundraising, Political) are usually held here. I love the big escalator ride. Dim Sum prices are decent. I remember one time, many years ago, I went with my non-Asian friends from school the wait staff seem to all come at once with te food cart to have us choose. Boy, did we choose, not a good thing. Take a couple of dishes and then eat, relax, sit back, and order more. Take your time, don't rush. The first time with my friends, we were in and out in less than 45 minutes from seat time. I know the staff wanted to turn the table over as fast as possible, but take your time and enjoy your food instead of chowing it down.Pro Tip: By the way, if you are ever here for dim sum and you want food, get up and go to the rest room area, along the wall, you'll see HOT specialty dim sum food not usually shown on the cart.I love the clams, the veggies, and sticky rice.Note: When you come here, you need to have a lot of patience in waiting to get up to the main floor, wait to be seated, wait for your food, and sometimes the staff is not very pleasant. I learn to take it in stride because staff are busy, stretched in many directions, low pay, etc. Be prepared to share a table with others. It's fun. Say hello,, make new friends.I gave it 4 Stars because it's packed like a sardine at the times I went. More...
Largest dining room in Chinatown, NYC for large group events for Chinese food banquet and dim sum dining. Fixed prix menues to choose from for advanced planning. Cooperative staff and management.
Two Sisters Bookkeeping
Very good Chinese food. Delicious shrimp dumplings.
Good food, service so so! They don’t speak very much English...
Awesome dim sum place in NYC
M Jeff Castillo
Love there Dim Sim.. massive selection.. service is great as well
They are constantly changing but i think they've definitely gotten their groove compared to 10 years ago. This place is great for weddings and events. They're huge, the food is good and they're accommodating. Just keep in mind that only your table server\host can close the check for you. Then you bring it up to the register. Walking over to the register first or the delivery\pickup area means you're getting turned around and told the same thing. So don't do it! They will be the men and women wearing vests. More...
What a taste sensation and a sensational dining experience. The restaurant is situated on the first floor (American 2nd floor) and is reached by escalator that propel you up to one of the largest rooms without columns in New York. There the melee of dim sum carts ferrying hot dishes to the tables, aromas and bustle of a loud and lively space make for a memorable and delicious dim sum experience. If you are looking for a quiet, subdued dining experience, this isn’t the place. But if you’re game for an authentic New York Chinatown meal with a seemingly infinite options of flavours and dishes, then you’ve certainly come to the right place - there is a queue and it’s definitely worth the wait! More...
Very authentic. Loved the experience.
Great dim sum. Very busy on weekends, lots of room for a crowd. Many, many types of finger dishes. Well worth the trip.
So many choice and delicious!
Din san en Nueva York. Sugerido.
The atmosphere is perfect for parties, but the food is disappointing. The meat is either too salty or the taste is very dry, the fried noodles are soft and not chewy, the fruit is also dry and sour.
The food was very delicious and had just the right amount of sodium
Nice food and place to visit.
Joao Pulo Varela Costa
Dim sum is good.. very large place
Love the environment of this place! The place is very big, but the dim sum dishes are on the higher price! I think it’s targeting more to foreigner than the local Asian people who live around their.
Great food and good price
Yifat Adva Katriel
The food was delicious! And the place is amazing!
Enjoyed a lot. Nice experience. Delicious food.
I had a good time. The food was good. This is very crowded place. You need to wait at least 30 min. wait time for a table, and I had to share with strangers. It is banquet hall setting. They come to you with different dishes to choose from. More...
Good authentic food
Love the dim sum there
Great service with great food! I will come back again.
Very nice place and big. Great food fast service. Pleasant environment. Enjoyed my visit and China Town!!!
Cheap dim sum especially on the weekdays
Had dim sum and banquet at this restaurant. This is one of the Chinese restaurants that has a big Hall to hold 80 tables. It is not on the ground floor . You have to take the long escalator or elevator there. The food was okay there for both dim sum and dinner. More...
i didn't have anything here because im too used to american chinese but everyone else said it was good
great experience. food was good, service was okay.
Gabriele De Gaetano
Great old style dim sum with the carts in a vintage building! Nice to discover
The Dim Sum is legendary status. The dining room is breathtaking. The service leaves a lot to be desired but wasn't terrible by any means. They were setting up for a big party and I just wanted to stay. More...
Always a solid choice. Plus a fun place to bring out of towners, food and an experience! You have to be a little agressive to get the items you want, but that's half the fun.
Fun time, good food
This was just a lot of fun. Great food and great atmosphere!
Una experiencia ir!
This is a go to dim sum spa in Chinatown. The restaurant is very large and has ample seating, located two flights up on the escalator. The food here is not as good as the other dim sum places, but the ambience makes up for it. The price is in line with the other dim sum places in the area. The staff is friendly and service is fast. More...
Danny G rush
Only if you can handle the pace, need a little chinese in you and visit with friends. its about a social style day meal. On-the-Cart.
The dim sum is hot, fresh, authentic, and delicious. The servers are helpful and the prices are VERY reasonable! Definitely worth a visit if in the area. Depending on which street you’re on it can be somewhat confusing knowing where to go, but once you find a lobby with a giant escalator you’re in the right place. More...
Dim sum was soooooo goood!!!!
Best Dim Sum in NYC!
Atmosphere, Food and staff were excellent. A definate must for anyone wanting to try something new.
Dim sum. Huge crowded loud place. Excellent food
Orlando Ja, Jr.
They've been around forever, best place for Dim Sum in the city. Come early Saturday or Sunday , it packs quick and they run out of items as the day goes on
The different choices of food was all fantastic. Stay with in the recommend menu choice it will be less expensive. Plenty of rooms do service was great with the Rolling dim sim cart.
it is nice to go with friends to eat.
Dim sum heaven!
Variety of choices, delicious dim sam, and spacious.
Chinese food, so good. i had a cousin come into town and asked me to take him back here. menu is like a cafe in boston i loved.
Amazing food and quality service
Beautiful restaurant authentic menu items , really enjoyed the food with the family.
This place is massive and great for large groups. Their menu is traditional Chinese with lots of seafood options and delicacies you may not find elsewhere. If you’re an adventurous eater, check it out! More...
One of the best places to get dimsum in Chinatown. Always a pleasure to go there and never been disappointed. Note that the restaurant stops taking order quite early, so try to be there at least before 8pm. The manager will sometime tell you it's not even worth it at this time.Also, try to be there when the flying trays are there, always a nice experience especially with kids! More...
Awesome dim sum. Ate so much I almost puked...So good. Will definitely go back.
Love this place!
Huge restaurant, very busy, but the food was very good for the low cost
Eine "Fressfabrik", aber super. Das Essen ist sehr lecker, die Atmosphäre recht lebendig (um nicht zu sagen laut) - eine einmalige Erfahrung. Der einzige Nachteil: Die Bedienungen, die den Gästen die Dim Sums anbieten, sprechen recht schlecht Englisch (und ich leider kein Chinesisch), sodass die Erklärung, was sich in den einzelnen Dim Sums verbirgt, oft unverständlich ist. Man wählt also was aus und kauft sozusagen die Katze im Sack (im übertragenen Sinn gemeint, denn die Dim Sums enthalten Gemüse, Schweinefleisch, Huhn, Fisch oder Garnelen). Deswegen "nur" 4 Punkte More...
Great tasting food nice and fresh, service is great.
Totally China Town NYC! Very fun.
I love dimsum!!!!
so good we love everything here so good we are on wedding anniversary trip had to stop here so glad we did
Amazing food with reasonable price. staff is very cooperative and they behave with their customer in nice way. Quality of food is also great.
JORDI RUIZ RAMIREZ
Buen Restaurante en Chinatown ,nos atendió ANTONIO , o como el decía Toni . Muy amables y serviciales . Comida buena y a un precio inmejorable .
Great dim sum, great service! Loved the free tea and peanuts before ordering and the watermelon after we got our check! Will definitely be back!
One of the better places in Manhattan to get Dim Sum. Reasonably price and a great selection of Chinese style food.
Can’t go wrong
Sometimes good, sometimes ok.
A great place for Dim Sum in Chinatown. The food goes through pretty fast; for how big the restaurant is. The ladies coming through with the cart for dim sum comes at the right pace and the food is always fresh. Definitely had to ask for water a few times but that’s all good because we got the tea. Worth the wait. More...
didn’t have egg tart , a little pity
Food was really good. Came at 9:30 on sat. Ate for one hr. Super tasty food. N i didnt need a chinese translator
This is my go to dim sum spot. Amazing for lunch on weekdays because it’s slightly cheaper. But still worth the wait on a weekend!
Very nice place, VERY Chinese which takes you there. The food very tasty and with a rich variety to choose from. Kids loved it, a lot of space to run and play close to the table. Really good experience. Highly recommended. More...
It's solid (but not amazing) dim sum - good for a weekend dim sum fix.
solid dim sum
Excellent food. Great price! If you are touring, ask for the manager who is wonderful! He helped explain how to order and what to get. Absolutely delicious! Highly recommended!!! More...
This place was amazing! The prices are great and thr food is just amazing! Service was fantastic and they take great pride in their work! Amazing place, I would definitely come back. Just amazing! More...
Ritu Kolentine's makeover studio and academy
good food, great for big events
Best dim sum house barnone
Great & original
Great place in lovely little China Town in NYC staff are lovely and they offer you soooooo much food lol but the food is beautiful
Dim sum rush on the weekend. Full menu. Any dimsum item you can ever imagine. Go before 1030 am to avoid the ridiculously long line.
Best dim sum in Chinatown perhaps. They have huge lines. Guess that says it all.
Raymond St. Victor
First time there, and was amazed by how tasty each dish I ate was. Cannot wait to go back
Good choice if you are looking for decent and inexpensive place for dim sum.
Best Dim Sum in NYC
It's a typical massive-scale Chinese dim sum restaurant where you can get lively and a bit hectic atmosphere. I was lucky to try this place in a large group led by our friend from mainland China. Their foods taste as they are supposed to and the prices are reasonable but the service is somewhat unorganized--if not disappointing. Definitely worth a try but I would recommend going there with someone you can rely on. More...
Good food in a chaotic environment. Banquet style tables are shared with others. Not the best choice for vegetarians, but there are some options. My wife loved the short rib beef. It was $55 to feed 2 moderate appetites. More...
Phuoc nguyen thien
Nhà hàng tàu ở China Town nà, phù hợp với khẩu vị dân Việt Nam, giá không bình dân nha bà con
吃早茶. Better go with your Chinese friend because they know what to order. Otherwise you might miss all the fun.
Massive dim sum joint
Love the food, especially the shrimp dumplings.
Emilio Enrique Ortiz Briones
Muy buena comida y experiencia, te hacen sentir como si en realidad estuvieras en China.
Renad Ahmed Sadek
أردت ان اري حقا هذه الاماكن لذا شكرا لكم ويرجي التحديث وشكرا
China food :)
Best dim sum in China town.
Delicious dim sum at a reasonable price.
I didn't understand anything the people serving were saying, but the food was really good and the way they bring food is kinda cool
Péter Balázs Kocsis
At the heart of Chinatown in Manhattan you can eat good for a good price if you agree with the fact, sometimes you need to share your table with unknown persons due to the crowd who wanna eat between 12am and 3pm. Highly recommended!
Talk about adventurous eating, such a unique experience and the food is good.
Very spacious place and well organized and GREAT service. But when you come for Dim Sum on Sundays be prepared to wait because it gets crowded like everywhere else.
amazing dim sum sundays
Excellent spot for Chinese food. Arrived at six, it was not packed. The bill was good for what you get. Similar to a cafe in Las Vegas I liked.
Food is excellent but be prepared for some sticker shock from the menu. General Tsaos chicken was $18 for a fairly small serving and that doesn't even come with rice. But I will admit that it was delicious.. They do have a dim sum menu you can order from as well and at $6 a plate that can add up very quickly also. Expensive but very good. More...
吃早茶. Better go with your Chinese friend because they know what to order. Otherwise you might miss all the fun.
This place is huge. There were probably 20 groups, but it still felt empty in the vast space. Either the fans of the air conditioning or rather the sound boxes gave a disturbing rattling sound. After a ciuple of minutes the music started. You instantly feel like being in Beijing when you enter this place. It starts with the long escalators. The elevator was out of order. This place really does not feel like NYC. The air conditioning works. It’s been freezing cold. The selection of dim sum is great.Although some of this is really not five stars the food made up for all of this. And after all this was the reason we came. Rock on! More...
Good place to go for weekend dim sum brunch. There is some downtime while they set up for dinner at 6 pm. Dim sum dishes are typically $6 or 7 each but there are some higher ones so ask for a dim sum menu if you want to know. Cocktails are available but disappointing - $13 for a very weak Mai Tai is poor value. The ribs are good but the chow fun was disappointing. Brunch dim sum is better than dinner and less likely to have half the room taken by a wedding it other celebration. More...
First time there And I like the place a lot. The food is good, the place is great plus and something important for me, the bathrooms are clean. First you have to understand how the place works, if you are like me and don’t know about Dim Sum here is what Wikipedia says “Dim sum is a style of Chinese cuisine prepared as small bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on a small plate. Dim sum dishes are usually served with tea and together form a full tea brunch”Then, in the restaurant you will see women around pushing tray carts with Dim Sum, or soup or desserts. You pick what you want to eat and they’ll put a mark in a piece of paper that the waitress is going to give it to you at the begging with your tea and chopsticks. Or you can pick something form the menu (by the way shrimp fried rice is delicious ). At the end of your meal you take the card to the cashier and pay for what you eat. Each mark on the paper has a value depending where is placed. Small, medium or large, or if you got something form the menu or a drink that’s written on the back. The experience is awesome plus the food is great and the prices are reasonable. I loved the tea and the service. More...
Best dimsum in NYC hands down! Even with the plethora of white customers, still a heavy Chinese customer base here because it's so so good.
Their food is great and DELICIOUS!!! Just make sure you come in early. This place gets very crowded by 11am.
Get there early on Sundays.
Wonderful food and experience.
Real good deal and delicious dim sum spot in nyc chinatown. I like here over golden unicorn dim sum place.
Authentic Chinese restaurant. Ask for Antonio the best waiter there. Amazing food and quality. Full of Chinese people.
Had a nice banquet-style dinner with my family, great food!!!
We loved our dim sum lunch. Nice large tables in a very spacious restaurant. Delicious!
The food was good and the atmosphere was nice. The price a little higher than others on Chinatown but you pay for a nice breakfast experiance. The servers dont really understand English or Chinese very well. But just point and you can get what you want. More...
Nice dumplings. Too many people. You have to chase the carts to get your food.
Jing Fong offers one of the most authentic dim sum experiences in New York. They accept both cash and credit cards. You may need to wait a while (45 minutes or longer), particularly during peak times on weekends and if you’re going in a large group. Even so, I’d fully recommend!
Nice restaurant. PS 130 hosts their annual banquet there.
The dim sums are delicious
Menu is different from the other location so be sure to check it before hand. The massive dining area and over the top decor is just outstanding. I loved the chandeliers. The food was good too. I was craving fried rice and that's how we ended up here. The Har Gao(w?) Was the BEST I EVER HAD IN NYC. As if they was seasoned with more than just salt. I ate all 4. A little on the pricey side but then food was tasty. Especially those ribs. More...
Great food!! My son was in love with this place!! Definitely for you if you are in the mood for authentic Chinese food! I like the round tables too!
Mark A.R. Kleiman
A-1dim sum in a cavernous room.
Very different from most I've been too. Just pick what you want to eat off a cart. Family style
Always a line to get in, but it goes quick. Once in, food is good. Try to sit by the kitchen to get fresher, hotter food. Or, grab your ticket and wait by the kitchen door . Either way, great place for an interesting lunch. More...
Ching chang chong my stomach hurts a lot :'(
Awesome, what a great experience, def. Need to try it once. Note: it def. Helps to have some knowledge of the cuisine to help you make selections.
Great food a bit pricey
This place is always super packed, especially on the weekends. There's escalators inside. I would not recommend eating in any Chinese restaurant in Chinatown unless you can speak and read the languages. This can be pricey to tourists who don't realize what they're paying, especially during dim sum with the push carts, as the person basically scribbles something on your ticket that represents what item (and how many) you got from a certain push cart. I'm way too Americanized, and I made that mistake thinking I'd be okay because I had some understanding of Cantonese, but now I only go with my (very ethnic) mother when I'm home visiting. I would suggest the restaurants in Flushing instead unless you have a strong knowledge of the Chinese language, but this is a great place for family gatherings and holiday gatherings. More...
Great food with reasonable price
Amazing dim sum
Good dum sum. Think its a very popular place. Its a huge banquet hall with round tables. My party of two had to share a big round table with another party of four. It was packed but not long wait for walk in. More...
Great Dim Sum
Get that sting ray curry!!!
A very wide selection of dim sum (on the weekends) & solid menu overall but the service is standard chinatown nonsense. You have to literally chase down condescending wait staff for water, bill, etc. .. there’s a crazy long wait on weekends but if you can endure all that, it’s kinda fun to see an old school grand Chinese restaurant. When it’s busy, the noise is out of control b/c of the big open room acoustics. More...
Good Chinese food with very sizable portions, but there is a wait as space is limited. If you have time give it a shot, but there are places around with just as good food and less of a wait
Love this place!
Très surprenant pour les français.. on vous fait assoir et on vous donne une assiette, une tasse, une fourchette et 2 baguettes. Des femmes passent avec des chariots avec différents plats en portions individuelles. Vous prenez ce que vous voulez. Facturé au plat c est bon et pas très cher . More...
Quite an experience! So many things to try.
Giant dining room and great dim sum, one of my favorite spots in Chinatown. Always busy but they’re fast and efficient, I always leave happy and full.
Great dimsum, there’s usually a wait to be seated but it moves quickly. Easy to grab carts or flag down a waiter. Shumai is the best here
Really grand atmosphere for dim sum with the red draperies and chandelier. The prices aren't too high and the food is pretty good and authentic.
Love Chinese Food!!!!!
This is the quintessential NYC dim sum dining experience. Carts of food are wheeled past your table; you only have to pick what you want to try. Definitely get the steamed pork buns; you won’t be sorry. More...
Absolutely amazing !!!!
Decent dim sum. Great selection.
Love dim sums? Great place to have lunch with your many friends.
Come for the dim sum cart lunch. Stay for the dim sum cart lunch. Also, top-pictured is durian jello. (Try it if you dare. I only found out what the lady was saying after I tried it. Will not dare again.) But everything else is amazing!! More...
Amazing small place! We were in town for Chinese New Year. From the outside you can see all the event happening. We had to try the buns we had the steamed pork, baked pork, steamed chicken and the egg yolk. My favorite and a must try was the baked pork one!!! More...
Great selection of food, always super busy so try to go at 10 when they open
Gigantic dim sum hall with consistent and delicious food.
Great Dim Sum. Some dishes are more flavorful than others. Make sure to get there early on the weekend to get your number to go in as the lines near lunch time build up fast. Multiple workers walk around with carts with a couple types of items per cart. If you want it you take it and they mark off your card with what you took. More...
Good place. Super large. Despite the size and crowds, they typically serve consistent dishes that’s still delicious.
I miss the food in NYC
Nothing to complain about. It was super busy and I didn't see as much variety as I would have hoped but everything was tasty all the same! Full bar and other things to eat too More...
Get the full authentic dim sum experience from food to service!
This dim sum restaurant is enormous and richly appointed. High ceilings, beautiful chandeliers and excellent food. Many carts of various dim sum are constantly making their way around the tables. A fun place for a large group. Desserts are not what they specialize in so fill up on the dim sum. More...
Just a quick thank you for the hospitality and excellent food we had when we visited last Saturday. We will certainly be returning in the near future.
It is quite big, and is noisy if it is crowded but all the foods were fantastic and cheap! My friend and I enjoyed a lot there!
I've been coming here for at least 15 years. Really large space with decent variety of dim sum.Sometimes you'll see a mob of people waiting downstairs but they're really efficient.
Spacious & delicious food!
The food is very good. Love the dim sum
Ka T Ng
I will recommend getting here early, especially on weekends, because it gets super crowded (fast). I mean...it's dimsum! You can find most of your dimsum cravings here for sure. More...
Traditional Cantonese restaurant. Dim sum is very good here.
David S Mandel
Great selection of tasty dim sum, but be careful it adds up quickly , two adults and two children was close to $100 with tip.
White Guy T
Nice place . Also try nom wah tea parlor
Very good place to eat
A dim sum restaurant and a peaceful meal do NOT coexist in the same place. Great food and variety.
20 Elizabeth St
Excelente comida y abundante.La sopa de jamón es espectacular.
Una real experiencia de un restaurante chino. Generalmente muy concurrido, se pide número y te llaman.Muy buena comida. Los mozos hablan muy poco inglés, lo que hace algo complicado preguntaré lo que llevan en los carritos con comida.Vale mucho la pena More...
Lovely place for family outings or a group event pretty chandeliers
Brilliant Dim Sum service with wide selection and variety
Great place if you want the dimsum experience. This place gets full really quickly so come early especially during lunch time. Food is good. Posted a dessert I got. It is coconut jelly bunnies More...
This is the place to go fo Dim Sum in Chinatown. Very long lines so come early.
One of the cleanest bathrooms I’ve ever been in, super relaxing and a great place to let it all out
Had the best New Years dinner here. Low cell service downstairs but it was good for our table to bond!
We ordered about 10 different plates and they were all flavorful. Also, we did not have to wait for sitting even though half of the locate was rented out.
Debby Oguntuyi Noy
Wow wow wow you must eat here
Amazing!! Best restaurant in Chinatown. Food quality is great. Tastes great. Amazing decoration. Mammoth room Bathroom is clean.
Food was ok, I've had better in the past.
Awesome. Great food and easy to sit down and enjoy dim sum. Shrimp dumpling, shu mai, shrimp roll all amazing
Fast wait (
Traditional dim sum with carts going around for you to pick dishes
Always an anazing place with great food
Andreas de Klerk
Bao me please.
Long wait time on Sunday at 1PM
A family dim sum favorite in NYC for decades.
Jing Fong was $3.75 per plate of dim sum (small to large) and tea was $1.50 per person.
Biggest banquet hall in Chinatown Manhattan that houses over 1000 people. Serve Dimsum in the morning and noon if not fully booked.
Good dim sum
Great good. 4 stars because I was bamboozled out of 15 dollars. It's okay tho I know what to do now.
Excellent choice of Dim Sum
Authentic Cantonese style dim sum and wedding location. Will recommend
Great, authentic, inexpensive dim sum!
An experience that I will never forget. Great food and prices. The Dim Sum was world class and the service was amazing. Great ambiance for professionals, Chinese, bankers or anyone else in the City that enjoys great food
Great place. I come here from long, long time. Super affordable
Food was great! Though I went with friends who knew what to ask for and how to communicate with the waiters. If you don't speak Mandarin, find a friend who does and go for the dim sum!!
DextRK The lad
lovely place, great food, but they kept asking me if i had a cat
Qi Hong Shum
Very good food and service was above average. I will return soon.
Dim Sum was amazing. Great experience with my beautiful co-workers. The food kept coming, well organized circulation. I totally recommend this place.
dang good dim sum
Top 3 dim sum place in NYC. Suggest to get there before 10:30 in weekends. Otherwise you may have to wait for more than 30min.
Good, fun, big energy, not sure the kitchen is clean, the service is ...special: feels like in China!! I would have wished more options in the carts going around the restaurant.
The Christmas DimSum is an experience everyone should try. Everything from Chinese-Americam Staples to classic Chinese dishes
andre leme cancegliero
Din sun maravilhoso
This was my first dim sum experience and I wasn't disappointed, but was overwhelmed even with my well-dim summed friends! The carts just keep coming and coming with little explanation . If you have food allergies, this probably isn't the place for you but if you love pork like I do, you'll find lots of food. Otherwise, basically everything is shrimp. More...
מקום מעולה לחובבי הדים סאם והמטבח הסיני במחירים סבירים ביותר
Amazing experience. Dim sum is top notch. Pick anything off the cart and you will be happy.
Good place for Dim Sum! Very spacious inside so you don't have to wait long for table. They do have the traditional cart push around each table so you can pick what you like.
One of the best dimsum in place! Very crowded though. Almost always full.