Today’s dimsum feature: taro dumplings and crispy spring rolls! Taro dumplings have an outer shell of boiled and mashed taro and are filled with seasoned ground pork, with the whole thing  deep fried into a light, fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth pastry… the perfect addition to your next dimsum menu.

Today’s dimsum feature: taro dumplings and crispy spring rolls! Taro dumplings have an outer shell of boiled and mashed taro and are filled with seasoned ground pork, with the whole thing deep fried into a light, fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth pastry… the perfect addition to your next dimsum menu.

2014 Apr dimsum foodporn foodies food brunch
Dimsum Catalogue // 2. Mini roast pork buns, or as they are more commonly known, (mini) cha siu bao. What’s not to love about deliciously baked bread filled with sweet, slow-roasted pork tenderloin.. Mmm. 😋

Dimsum Catalogue // 2. Mini roast pork buns, or as they are more commonly known, (mini) cha siu bao. What’s not to love about deliciously baked bread filled with sweet, slow-roasted pork tenderloin.. Mmm. 😋

2014 Apr dimsum foodporn food chinese chinatown
The Dimsum Catalogue begins. #1: Pineapple buns (or “bo lo bao”) are a popular dish in Hong Kong and Macau. The ones shown here are filled with a heavenly sweet custard filling. Fun fact: traditional pineapple bao’s actually don’t have any pineapple in them - they are rather named for the resemblance of their crusted tops to pineapple skin.

The Dimsum Catalogue begins. #1: Pineapple buns (or “bo lo bao”) are a popular dish in Hong Kong and Macau. The ones shown here are filled with a heavenly sweet custard filling. Fun fact: traditional pineapple bao’s actually don’t have any pineapple in them - they are rather named for the resemblance of their crusted tops to pineapple skin.

2014 Apr dimsum chinese food foodporn foodies buns bao omnomnom delicious nyc chinatown culture foodieculture
The Dimsum Catalogue begins. #1: Pineapple buns (or “bo lo bao”) are a popular dish in Hong Kong and Macau. The ones shown here are filled with a heavenly sweet custard filling. Fun fact: traditional pineapple bao’s actually don’t have any pineapple in them - they are rather named for the resemblance of their crusted tops to pineapple skin.

The Dimsum Catalogue begins. #1: Pineapple buns (or “bo lo bao”) are a popular dish in Hong Kong and Macau. The ones shown here are filled with a heavenly sweet custard filling. Fun fact: traditional pineapple bao’s actually don’t have any pineapple in them - they are rather named for the resemblance of their crusted tops to pineapple skin.

2014 Apr dimsum chinese food foodporn foodies buns bao omnomnom delicious nyc chinatown culture foodieculture
This has been our favorite Chinese restaurant in Manhattan for 8 years. The food is always amazing. The Peking Duck is ridiculously good. Don’t miss out on their seafood - whole fish and crab. Went for Dim Sum this time around. I recommend this restaurant to everyone that loves Chinese food.

- iDine Review on 5/17/13

2013 May reviews

5-Stars in Customer Satisfaction from Talk of the Town in 2012

2013 May press
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View Chinese New Year Menu in English (PDF)
View Chinese New Year Menu in Chinese (PDF) 2013 Jan food

#5 of New York's 8 Best Spots for Dim Sum

Zagat

Voted #5 for best dim sum in New York City in Zagat’s restaurant survey

2013 Jan press
FEATURE OF THE DAY // 
Grouper Fish Fillet with Asparagus ($38.95)

FEATURE OF THE DAY // 

Grouper Fish Fillet with Asparagus ($38.95)

2012 Oct food