Visit Wo Hop in Chinatown to get notoriously Americanized (but still delicious) "Chinese" food. Snap a photo while you're at it and add it to the basement photo wall.
Fried dumplings are some of the best in Chinatown. I had the chow mei fon (curry rice noodles with shrimp and peppers). It was delicious, and TONS of food.
Soft shell crab, fried half chicken, snow pea leaves.
The best Chinese food you could ever ask!
I recommend their roast duck dishes.
Honestly, there's better Chinese around. Cash only.
Best Chinese food in the world. Get the 4D chow fon.
Regularly awesome NYC late dining/drunk munchies experience. Dumplings, chow fun, and salt & pepper pork are all regular winners. Birthday? They'll bring out pineapple rings, candles and yes, a song!
AMAZING, worth every $ (and it's redic cheap!). Huge portions. I love the crunchy noodles with duck sauce, pan fried noodles w/ chicken, honey crispy chicken, & broad noodles! But everything is great!
"You may end up waiting in line, but the subterranean Chinatown hang’s dirt-cheap dishes are worth it. Tips: Take cash, expect gargantuan portion sizes, and leave upscale dining notions at the door."