Crazy good value for what you get! Was all pretty good, but don't go for a smoothie unless you like yours extra sweet as they're v. artificial tasting. Mung bean congee was okay. Dumplings are best.
Really wanted to love this place - came highly recommended from foodie ppl but not my taste. I like my dumplings a little fancier. And wontons a little less spicy
Vanessa's, offers dirt cheap dumplings and New York's best sesame pancakes. Grab a full meal (we're talking a pancake, dumplings and beer) for less than $10.
Great (cheap!) dumplings, but before you go to those pork and chive, give the wontons in spicy sauce a go. They're a bit more expensive, but totally worth it.
This place is a madhouse for lunch. Good cheap eats and good quality food. The sesame pancake with pork is excellent.
Scallion pancake with egg for breakfast. Scallion pancake with duck for dinner. Dumplings for always.
Not as cheap as the other Chinatown hole-in-the-wall places, but still way yummy.
Yep, our favorite thing here just happens to be meat-free, filled with perfectly seasoned mushrooms, carrots and bok choy. Tip: Grab a bag of frozen whole-wheat vegetable dumplings on your way out.
You can get an ungodly amount of food for less than $6 - 3 chive and pork dumplings, 3 pork buns, 1 sesame pancake with pork. And it's pretty good.
Oh mama. It's hard to mess up soup dumplings but these are tops just because of how cheap and filling an order is. Hangover heaven.