This was just a lot of fun. Great food and great atmosphere!
Dim sum. Huge crowded loud place. Excellent food
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.
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.
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...
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...
Even though getting into this place was rough I will give them a pass because it was Christmas day, the craziest day of all for Chinese food! To be honest the food was so good it was worth the trouble! We had the beef chow fun and it was delicious! The dim sum at some of the best we've ever had, the shrimp dumplings and the BBQ pork buns were great as well! The eggrolls and the shrimp rolls were very crispy just how we like them! More...
Love this restaurant! Great food offering and a huge dim sum selection.
Some of the best dim sum that I have ever had! The inside of the restaurant is beautiful and awe inspiringly massive. If you go in the late morning or early afternoon, they usually serve an extremely large variety of dim sum from traditional dim sum carts.
Some of the Best Dim Sum I have ever eaten! I can't wait to come back!
Favorite restaurant in New York...Great Dim Sum always fresh....Great entrees ,Every body very nice
Food is always insanely delicious here. Love coming for dim sum!
Food is always fresh but I want them to keep making those triangular flaky pastries with meat fillings tho. Many tourists go to this restaurant as well as many asians too which is obvious food is delicious. To help non- asian patrons enjoy the restaurant you should have a menu with pictures and names of the food being serve so its easier for us to request the items since most of the servers are all non- english speaking. More...
Love coming here with my family. Just an amazing experience. Food is great waiters are great if you haven't been here you must come with friends and family.
Jing Fong is amazing. The food is incredible and the atmosphere, while bustling, is still not too loud that you can't have a fun conversation with your party. We love it there! �
Food was good and service was fine. It's a rushed traditional Chinese place but worth going to show people a traditional Dim Sum place. Don't think I'd go back for the food really. More...
Fantastic! Great price and amazing food! I think this will be on my list for all future trips to New York. Be prepared for a bit of culture shock: there is very little English spoken in this restaurant. I also recommend reading up on Dim Sum style dining beforehand. ...and pace yourself. More...
Vincenzo S Badana
Amazing food here. Came here for NYPD Asian Jade Society. I believe it was a 7-course meal serve in each table or maybe more. I enjoyed every dish they had out for us. More power to this restaurant. More...
Excellent quality good and very kind staff. The walnut shrimp, tofu stir fry, vegetable lo mein, shrimp fried rice, sweet and sour fish, roast pork ribs, and veggie stir fry were all made to perfection.
Despite the wait time, which kind of went by quickly.. it was worth the wait. This place was delish!! However, we did have to get up and get our food ourselves for the most part. The service was alright. Def. try their chicken feet, and tripe. Soooo good!! More...
Maria 'Bing' Velasquez Reid
Largest place for dim sum and small plates of practically any Chinese dish you could think of. You can also request other items besides the roaming dim-sum carts.
I don't like the lines on weekends.
I like the dragon parading inside with drums during festive Chinese New Year. More...
Been coming here on and off since I was a kid. I know there are many older, higher rated dim sum places in and around China Town but for location and value for money, this place has continued to maintain the quality for decades. Will keep coming back here!
One thing to note, the larger your group, the better the experience. Will give you a chance to try all dishes and still not feel stuffed. Take some to go if you like! More...
I had my wedding there in 2012 and my parent had there’s in the 70’s. Best place for asian wedding!