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RedFarm
Chinese Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 – 11:45 pm
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529 Hudson St New York, NY 10014
529 Hudson StUSNYNew York10014
(212) 792-9700redfarmnyc.com
$$$Chinese Restaurant, Asian RestaurantToday 5:00 – 11:45 pm
Monday 5:00 – 11:45 pmTuesday 5:00 – 11:45 pmWednesday 5:00 – 11:45 pmThursday 5:00 – 11:45 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:45 pmSaturday 5:00 – 11:45 pmSunday 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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RedFarm brings a greenmarket sensibility to modern and inventive Chinese food and super-charged dim sum complemented by modern, rustic décor.
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Creative dim sum & other modern, seasonal Chinese food in a cozy & rustic farmhouse-style setting.- Google
People talk about pastrami egg roll, dim sum, spicy crispy beef, katz's pastrami and shrimp dumplings
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M.A Powell
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The food at RedFarm is outstanding and everyone has written on their favorites which some are my favorites as well. But, I want to give the highest compliments to the Bartender, Tony!!!! He makes the best -- the very best-- vodka or gin GINGER Martini!!! Ginger has many health and beauty benefits, but it provides an amazingly spicy kick to the infamous martini. And, Tony at the RedFarm has mastered it. Not many bartenders have; they think making it with ginger beer constitutes a ginger martini - wrong. Stop in at RedFarm. Try one or two of Tony's Ginger Martinis...you'll enjoy it. And, tony just might bring it to your table for the taste test. Yeah, he's confident.
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pctbeta
reviewed 5 months ago
Have to go early otherwise long wait. The place takes your name and number and will text/call you when the table is ready. If you can splurge -- go for the black truffle, crab, and chicken soup dumpling. You can really taste all the ingredients in the soup dumpling. Another one is Shu Mai Shooter, Scallop & Squid Dumplings with Carrot Ginger Bisque -- have to eat both at the same time to get the full impact. Katz Pastrami Egg Roll was a surprise hit. Pac-Man was cute but was expecting more.
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Doug Anderson
reviewed a week ago
They took our name at 5pm for arrival at 10:30pm (we were told to do that to get preference over those who just walk in) and when we got there we weren't on the list........oops, they found our name. The place is small and was packed with "20somethings". It appears to be run by such people too. It's not the kind of place for us......so we left when we were told that our preferred status would limit the wait to 15 - 30 minutes.
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sheck welle
reviewed 2 weeks ago
A good friend of mine took me to RedFarm NYC and i was so impressed, the food was great, tasty and the environment is just amazing, try it, you will love it.
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Maryann Yin
reviewed 5 months ago
A few girlfriends and I were lured in to this place after I told them about the black truffle and chicken soup dumplings! That dish along with the 'Pac Man' shrimp dumplings, the pan-fried lamb dumplings, and the shumai shooters with carrot-ginger bisque were our favorites of the night. The service was also quite good. The wait time and space aren't the best, but I do feel the eclectic and delicious food more than makes up for it. Overall, a great experience.
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Jay Kim
reviewed 8 months ago
A solid restaurant with a creative take on Chinese classics. The flavors are very much for an Americanized palate - so good tasting, but not necessarily the flavors you'd get in the heart of Chinatown. Service is friendly and the setting is intimate. Other than a couple booths and some seats for 2, they have two large tables for communal seating. My personal favorites were the Pac Man Dumplings and the Katz's Pastrami egg roll.