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Royal Seafood
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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103 Mott St New York, NY 10013
103 Mott StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 219-2338
$$Chinese Restaurant, Seafood RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Royal Seafood Chinese restaurant offers delicious dining, carryout and delivery to New York, NY

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This bustling Chinese restaurant with a traditional decor serves classic & modern dishes.- Google
"Be aggressive when trying to get the popular dishes, such as beef rice rolls."
"Solid seafood restaurant."
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PandaDomo NYC
10 months ago
Went to a banquet here and it was ok. The food was plentiful but most of it was rather bland. Maybe it was because of the large number of tables for the banquet? Their lobster was good though. It had just the right amount of ginger and scallion to taste flavorful.
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kathy jacks
a year ago
On my dim sum journey last week tried the Royal Seafood. The name is misleading I was surprised to find the selection of dim sum choices. The prices were very reasonable and got a lot. The food was hot and served quickly. Would recommend this place for future. Might even come back and try some of the seafood dishes on the menu
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Christian Lau
a year ago
Reminds of the the dim sum places in Hong Kong. it's very loud, packed, yet organized. I would recommend coming here with 4 or -5 people if you dont want to share a table random people. I came here with my mom and we shared it with 3 grannies. They were the same kind of chinese as us. So, I was very entertained with the fluff they were talking about. The food was greasy and some stuff not cooked enough. I like my cartilage tender. It was very chewy and the sauce didn't pentrate the target. It made my mom happy coming here so it's 5 sates in her book.
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Vishnu Rajan
2 years ago
What to say - food was good, but we couldn't eat! Because there was a marriage party going on along with the regular diners. The restaurant was trying to maximise revenue, but they should have warned...or compensated. This is not the first time, which means it is not a reliable destination if you want to go out and enjoy a meal.
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Steven Lee
11 months ago
Coming here on the weekend, you will most certainly encounter the long wait and lines in front of the doors. Get a number from the person yelling on the mic, and just be patient. Your number will be called in Cantonese first, English second. Once your number is called, expect to share tables with strangers you don't know if your party is less than 5. Even if you have a party of more than 5, you might still have to share a bigger table with another group. This is a straight up old school Chinatown dim sum Restaurant. Space is limited, privacy when speaking is non existent, but it's One of the best and authentic dim sum experience you will taste here. Over the years, ownership has changed hands but the food is still good if not better than before. Head Chef is from Hong Kong and you will see him giving out numbers for those who are waiting for tables. There are push carts filled with different dishes rolling around the restaurant. Be aggressive when trying to get the popular dishes, such as beef rice rolls. The carts are categorized and usually one cart would hold the same dish when they come back out of the kitchen refueled with goodies. When you order something from the cart, they will punch a stamp on your card to keep track of what you have ordered. This is the same card they will use to calculate the total you owe at the end of your meal. Main dishes I usually get: Beef rice rolls, steamed shrimp dumplings (HA Gao), Pig intestines / stomach with a side of chili sauce, Sesame rolls (dessert), Rice congee, fried taro with XO sauce, and seafood rice noodles (special order). After your meal, ask one of the waiters to tally up your order and give a final bill. Witness them do the calculations in their heads really fast and bring it to the checkout counter.
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Albert Wong
10 months ago
Solid seafood restaurant. Get the lobster if you're here for lunch. Bathrooms could however use more frequent cleaning.
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Terresa Ling
2 years ago
If you like delicious, cheap dim sum, this is the place to go on weekdays. Although it can be a bit of a wait during lunch hours, it is well worth the trip, as portions are large. Dim sum dishes in the small, medium, and large sizes are all $2 each. Make sure they are those sizes, as the special sizes can cost as much as $3.75! A dish ordered from the menu can feed as many as 3-4 people and only cost around $11. Sometimes, they even waive the tea fee for each person, which normally costs 80 cents per person. I really liked the menu item number 13 in the Noodles section - " Beef and Chicken Mai Fun with XO Sauce for $10.99. It's a huge dish and delish! In addition, if you're looking to have dinner here, make sure to make reservations ahead of time. They like to host wedding parties, so you might need a backup plan if you plan to just walk in.
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Lucia Stern
a year ago
Greasy, cold dishes on the dim sum cart, which were pushed on us by the waiter. There were others the waiter said we "couldn't have" because there was a banquet group they seemed to be intended for. A plate of Chinese broccoli we order seemed ripped right off the stalks without slicing, and it was almost raw. Pieces were too large to eat and too tough to cut.