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We are currently closed for kitchen renovations until 11/9!
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One man's personal history of Chinese food in #NewYork .
One of Chinese cooking's greatest champions in America is a white, Jewish, Brooklyn-born hippie teenager, and the restaurateur behind RedFarm and Decoy in the West Village and Upper West Side. Here's Ed Schoenfeld's personal history of how New York's Chinese cuisine became what it is today.
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The mother of all teas!
Oolong tea is so uncommon in the West we don't even have an English word for it, and that's a shame, because when it comes to tea, no category offers more diversity of flavor, complexity, and body than oolongs. And no style better shows what carefully manipulated processing can do to a tea leaf.
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All the dumplings, as illustrated by +Lucky Peach!
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13 Doyers St New York, NY 10013
13 Doyers StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
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$$Tea House, Chinese Restaurant
Tea House
Chinese Restaurant
Dim Sum Restaurant
Today 10:30AM–10:30PM
Friday 10:30AM–10:30PMSaturday 10:30AM–10:30PMSunday 10:30AM–10:30PMMonday 10:30AM–10:30PMTuesday 10:30AM–10:30PMWednesday 10:30AM–10:30PMThursday 10:30AM–10:30PM
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The first dim sum parlor in Chinatown since 1920. 
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Vintage dim sum parlor dating back to 1920 with a drink menu that includes tea, beer & wine.- Google
"The shrimp and snow pea leaf dumplings are excellent, as are the soup dumplings."
"Pretty decent dim sum but you come here because it's a new york institution."
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Emily Hue
4 weeks ago
This is one of the longer-standing and iconic restaurants in Chinatown. It's tucked away and the block is famous for movies and TV shows being shot here. They do what they do and they do it well. They have gluten-free options but they also have another restricted menu for celiacs.
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AP P
a month ago
Decent service accomodates stroller. People arent nice smoke outside from smokers I DID NOT LIKE the shrimp rice roll. dont think ill like ANY Rice roll. I loved the shanghainese soup dumplings and the pea and shrimp dumplings.
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Keith Miyake
4 weeks ago
Pretty decent dim sum but you come here because it's a new york institution. Plus they have dim sum all day everyday. And some decent gluten send stove options although it's not great for celiacs.
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Local Guide
3 months ago
A fun place to try, but not the best dim sum around. No trolley service here, you order blind and hope for the best. Prices are average, staff seem in a rush to get you out of your seat. Usually packed with tourists.
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Thomas Lee
a month ago
Dimsum here is not bad at all. It is not the best maybe. The staff is surprisingly nice. Typically Chinese place, they yell at you. Ha! Main customer here is non-chinese. Meaning the food may not be authentic. But still good. Would visit again.
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Maya Conde-Kalmijn
a month ago
This place was everything you want from an old school dim sum place. Would recommend. I got the pork bun and dim sum sampler, all of it was delicious. Service fast and friendly.
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Dan De La Rosa
a month ago
This place is hopping so be prepared to wait. I sat at the bar and was promptly served. The traditional and fried sampler platters offered a huge variety but I preferred the traditional. The tea was very good and very inexpensive.
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Tobias Bolfing
2 months ago
Not the nicest and best place but good food. They ask you to leave as soon as you finished eating. Ok....