footer_ico_facebook footer_ico_twitter images rss
  • Tuesday, May 23, 2017
  • NYC #1
  • Asian Lifestyle Magazine

10 Best Dim Sum Restaurants in NYC

10 Best Dim Sum

Restaurants in NYC

By: Lisa Crawford

 20120525063820288

There is no question that Dim Sum’s popularity has grown at an unbelievable rate over the past 10 years. It seems that every other week a new Dim Sum restaurant opens it’s doors. Luckily for you, we have compiled a list of the ten best Dim Sum restaurants that you must try in our great city!

1 Pacificana- Brooklyn’s Pacificana has that elegant look of an authentic Chinese restaurant. Couple that with delicious Dim Sum and you have a no brainer for your next meal in Brooklyn. Good variety and great soup dumplings make guests come back again and again. Be sure to try the Peking duck, it is cooked to perfection!

813 55th St
Brooklyn, NY 
(718) 871-2880 
6bcb1c51abd1dc571ee2cf4a09ee179498413

2 Hakkasan –Midtowns Hakkasan is one of the highest rated Dim Sum restaurants in all of New York. And it’s hard to miss with its 80-foot entranceway and elegant décor. Guests have raved about the jasmine tea smoked pork ribs and the duck spring roll. Delicious food and impeccable service to boot? Sign us up!

311 W 43rd St
New York, NY 
(212) 776-1818
hakkasan.com
hakkasan3
 

3 Red Egg- If you are looking for a funkier dining experience, then look no further than the intersection of Soho and Chinatown. Red Egg’s bright neon sign will get you in the door, but the eclectic atmosphere and inventive Cantonese cuisine will keep you coming back for more. The Peking duck sliders and pork buns are among the favorites of Red Egg’s customers.

202 Centre St
New York, NY 
(212) 966-1123
redeggnyc.com

001676c4947a0d2695664f 

4 Ping’s Seafood- With two restaurants located in Queens and Chinatown, Chef Chuen Ping Hui has outdone himself with his top quality Dim Sum. He is something of a prodigy and hails from Hong Kong where he brings fresh and delectable flavors to the table. Ping’s has quite a reputation with enthusiastic reviews in big time publications like The New York Times and New York Magazine. The shrimp dumplings are a “must have”. We promise, you won’t be disappointed.

22 Mott St
New York, NY 
(212) 602-9988
pingsnyc.com 
10a1af751e9aca9ab539b14f12ed0b86_690_460

5 Jing Fong- It doesn’t get much more traditional than Chinatowns Jing Fong. With comfortable furnishings and fresh Dim Sum, get ready for an authentic Hong Kong style meal. Though it looks small from the outside, the restaurant is actually very large. But don’t think that being large means that there won’t be a wait. This place is so popular that you will see quite a crowd for Dim Sum. But Jing Fong’s guests say that it is “totally worth the wait!”

20 Elizabeth St 
New York, NY 
(212) 964-5256
jingfongny.com
redegg4

6 Nom Wah Tea Parlor- Known as one of the first Dim Sum restaurants in NYC, Nom Wah opened its doors in 1920. And it has been rocking our fair city ever since! Time Out New York once called Nom Wah the best date spot for Dim Sum in Little Italy. Many of Nom Wah’s returning guests say that you have to try the shrimp and snow pea leaf dumpling and the mouth-watering turnip cake! With longevity like this, they must be doing something right!

13 Doyers St
New York, NY
(212) 962-6047
nomwah.com
sy_20110223110608231037

7 Golden Unicorn – Simple classiness surrounds you as you dine in Manhattan’s Golden Unicorn. This popular restaurant is also known for its quality and consistency. Returning guests talk wildly about their shrimp shumai and egg custard. For an added bonus, the Dim Sum carts list the dishes in English.

18 E Broadway
New York, NY 
(212) 941-0911
goldenunicornrestaurant.com
sy_20110928145437356026

8 Asian Jewels Seafood- The bright red and gold atmosphere will welcome you into the large dining area of Asian Jewels Seafood restaurant. Guests give great reviews on the har gow, shiu mai and cherng fun. The food is fresh, tasty and reasonably priced. Next time you are in Flushing, be sure to stop by Asian Jewels Seafood.

13330 39th Ave
Flushing, NY 
(718) 359-8600
tunseng.com
jewels2

9 Dim Sum Go Go- If you are looking for inexpensive, yet scrumptious Dim Sum that you can also take to go, then remember this name: Dim Sum Go Go. Located in Chinatown and very popular among the locals, Dim Sum Go Go is known as one of the best Dim Sum restaurants in the area. According to their regulars, the pork buns and the duck dumplings are “phenomenal.” Sounds good to us!

5 E Broadway
New York, NY 
(212) 732-0796
dimsumgogo.com
jewel

10 Red Farm- The West Villages’ Red Farm has the vintage and comfortable feel that you would expect with its name. Although it is pricier than most Dim Sum restaurants, the uniqueness of the menu is what makes Red Farm stand apart from the rest. Some must try’s are the Katz pastrami egg rolls and the shu mai shooters. This is the perfect place for your fancier Dim Sum date.

529 Hudson St
New York, NY 
(212) 792-9700
redfarmnyc.com

 jewels3

 

Pin It

Leave a Reply

Copyright 2012 Asian Fusion Magazine