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Old favorites like beef chow fun and basil chicken will satisfy. For something different, try the cream cheese shrimp.
What's better than fresh tofu made on site? Try the Salt and Pepper Tofu to find out.
Is Tack's the best Chinese food on Staten Island? Try the boneless chicken and Yang Chow fried rice to find out.
Good food and decent prices for a quick Chinese fix. Try the roast pork or deep fried crab.
This dim sum might be pricier than usual, but it's worth it.
Tucked away near Times Square, the Tea House is good for a tea break, lunch, brunch, or if you just want to browse their book selection.
There may not be a sign on the door, but it's a gem in disguise. Try the Chinese sausage.
Real hand pulled noodles, just like in China.
Affordable dim sum, a picture menu for newbies and they close at 9 at night - what's not to like?
Is Lucky Eight better than Chinese restaurants in Manhattan? Try the fried eggplant, hot & sour soup and garlic chicken and find out for yourself.
Try the cashew chicken and the steamed pork pot stickers for some good (if not basic) Chinese food.
Check out the oysters in black bean sauce, the crab rangoon and a super affordable four course lunch special.
Lots to try here - don't leave without sampling the Jelly Fish & Kidney, Qingdao Style Fish Soup, and of course, the "Sea Intestines."
A treasure in Chicago's Chinatown. Try the garlic eggplant, salt and pepper shrimp, and the Famous Beijing Noodles - you won't be disappointed.
The perfect hole-in-the-wall find - the food is cheap and plentiful, the ambience is unpretentious and you'll get your food fast.