Mission Chinese Food

Mission Chinese Food

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Chinese Restaurant and Szechuan Restaurant$$$$
Two Bridges, New York
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  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkApril 11, 2013
    NYers keep turning out in droves at this nondescript storefront, dabbing their sweat-beaded brows & fanning their overheated mouths for relief from chili-oil-soaked peanut noodles & peppered pickles. Read more
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    Nick AndlingerJuly 1, 2015
    Mapo and kale were highlights. Wings were super hot and delicious. Make sure to get the cod rice. The Phil Collins was an awesome cocktail.
  • Alex R.heart icon on user image
    Alex RobertsonAugust 23, 2017
    LOVED the chongqing chicken wings, beef and broccoli, and salt cod fried rice. red cabbage salad and green tea noodles and celery dish also great. didn't love the mapo tofu. Aces all around
  • Noah W.heart icon on user image
    Noah WeissJanuary 17, 2015
    Danny Bowien's comeback in huge new renovated location that feels like an LES lounge, an awesome Asian-y cocktail menu, and the same great spicy food: Mapo tofu, thrice cooked bacon, Kung Pao pastrami
  • Behrad Eatsheart icon on user image
    Behrad EatsNovember 13, 2017
    The notorious CHONGQING CHICKEN WINGS with their addictive spice levels and mouth-numbing sensation will keeps you eating more no matter how much pain you're in!
  • Ranu R.heart icon on user image
    Ranu RajkarnikarApril 23, 2016
    Nothing like that Szechuan peppercorn. Wings, whole fish, kung pao pastrami, fried rice and the tartare. Can't go wrong with their unique cocktails. Bonus: they take reservations! Go w/ a group!
  • Eater
    EaterSeptember 8, 2016
    Mission Chinese accepts reservations for large parties through the Reserve app. Parties starting at eight guests are required to pre-select a menu before their dinner, or they can leave it up to chef. Read more
  • Kayleigh H.heart icon on user image
    Kayleigh HarringtonJuly 18, 2016
    Get the thrice cooked bacon, beef jerky fried rice, and T3 (with or without rum). Great Saturday night crowd. We took a seat at the bar downstairs and accidentally crashed a major celeb group dinner.
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    naveenJune 10, 2013
    a michelada, the thrice-cooked bacon, the chongqing chili chicken wings, the salt cod fried rice and, like, lots & lots of beer. use one napkin for your hands and the other for when your eyes tear up.
  • Morgan M.
    Morgan McKeeSeptember 25, 2017
    Certainly a scene, but a pretty good one. Take note of spicy labeling... they're not lying! Try a bit of everything, rice, noodle and meat dishes are a must. Kung Pao Pastrami is a must.
  • Eater
    EaterSeptember 12, 2017
    At Mission Chinese Food, eating Chonqing chicken wings, dusted with sugar and electric-powered Sichuan peppercorns, is the gustatory equivalent of French kissing a taser. Read more
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    The chef is constantly tinkering with the menu, so who knows what you'll find when you drop by. The subterranean, pink-lit dining room is playful, but none too comfy. Go at lunch to avoid the crowds. Read more
  • Anna B.
    Anna BrownSeptember 23, 2018
    Everything I had was very tasty. The menu is quite interesting to say the least. I’m not a huge fan of Chinese food, but this place is great. Get the wings, brisket and fried rice with chips.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJanuary 25, 2018
    The real party here is upstairs. A lively mix of diners spinning lazy Susans loaded with pork cheeks and turnip cakes while golden-age hip-hop pumps through the room. Read more
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    __TR3VJuly 12, 2013
    i don't eat red meat or pork but was still able to have a very fulfilling (& spicy) meal. High energy level. Staff is great. The fried rice was the best I've ever tasted. Drinks? Get the re-animator!
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoJanuary 24, 2015
    Order the excellent Spicy Chicken Wings as a starter, and the Cumin Lamb Ribs as a main. Skip the overly-sauced Mapo Tofu and the bizarre Squid Ink Peanut Noodles.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    Cool the burn with a nifty version of chilled Japanese soba, which ramps up the traditional austere presentation with a very Southwestern (American, that is) green chile sauce. Read more
  • Chad H.heart icon on user image
    Chad HornerFebruary 8, 2018
    too many good things to try everything in one visit. kung pao pastrami, thrice cooked bacon, salt cod fried rice, even the bread and butter!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFebruary 10, 2015
    Danny Bowien's gonzo Chinese cooking is more refined and smart than it used to be. The new dining room is also gorgeous, with red banquets lending an old New York feel.
  • Eater
    EaterApril 6, 2016
    Chef/proprietor Danny Bowien and executive chef Angela Dimayuga have added a raw bar, two generous family-style set menus, and showstoppers like duck baked in clay. Read more
  • Vincent V.
    Vincent VainiusJune 19, 2017
    Polarizing place, some people love it some people hate it. I love it. The flavors are way more authentic than 95% of the Szechuan spots in NY. Can't go wrong with wings, beans, peanut noodles, clams.
  • Emily W.heart icon on user image
    Emily WilsonMarch 20, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Start with a Phil khallins or two, get the super flavorful chicken wings (if you can handle spice), green tea noodles, beef jerky fried rice, and really anything else. Move on to beer halfway through.
  • Jwow
    JwowFebruary 27, 2015
    I can not recommend the chewy green tea noodles, Napa cabbage and salt and pepper lamb tips enough! Every drink was killer, I recommend the Phil Collins. We had no trouble cleaning our plates!
  • Eater
    EaterDecember 14, 2015
    Mission Chinese has grown into a two-tiered banquet hall with two tasting menus, two cocktail bars, and amuse bouches for everyone (cilantro egg dumplings).
  • Allie B.heart icon on user image
    Allie BriskinMay 19, 2016
    the beef jerky fried rice and the brisket were amazing spice-free dishes. but you know you're going to get the spicy fried chicken....just to say you tried it.
  • Kristina R.heart icon on user image
    Kristina RudicSeptember 8, 2017
    The chicken wings are ACTUALLY spicy but trick is to order them with everything and let them get cold and eat them at the end. They're completely worth the wait!
  • Munchies
    MunchiesMay 11, 2015
    Josefina's House Special Chicken is a riff on the Filipino version of pollo relleno. It's stuffed with pork, eggs, Parmesan, butter, olives, raisins, and pickles before being roasted. Read more
  • AmateurConciergeheart icon on user image
    AmateurConciergeJanuary 23, 2015
    The MC crew has settled into their new space nicely and the cocktails (Tso's!) are a nice addition. Lobster on the fried rice is generous, chicken mango salad is refreshing, wings are a highlight.
  • emily c.heart icon on user image
    emily chenApril 10, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    way better than the old location. order the tasting menu - the 3x cooked bacon, the wings, the green tea noodles! don't forget to check out the bar downstairs. love the vibe - hit up 169 bar after.
  • Micah C.heart icon on user image
    Micah ChilesDecember 22, 2017
    Consistently the best and gets better with age. The wings have serious heat that makes you come back for more. Kung pao pastrami is also killer
  • AmateurConciergeheart icon on user image
    AmateurConciergeApril 7, 2019
    Lobster fried rice, eggplant were the highlights but everything is pretty good yo. Max hipster factor
  • Tingheart icon on user image
    TingNovember 22, 2015
    Go with a group so that you can order the large platters. Reserve app lets you book reservations for small fee. Don't miss the koji fried chicken, salt cod fried rice and napa cabbage.
  • Valerie P.heart icon on user image
    Valerie PetrovApril 1, 2015
    The turnip cake appetizer was great! The fried chicken was excellent and I wish I could eat the cumin lamb tibs every hour on the hour. Fall of the bone and melt in your mouth greatness!
  • Sandra R.heart icon on user image
    Sandra RubinchikMay 8, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    I know it's tempting to go straight for the kung pao pastrami, but the chef's special brisket is truly an honorable tribute to the cows that gave their lives for your dinner.
  • FacePaulm R.heart icon on user image
    FacePaulm RevereMarch 9, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Pork jowls, cumin lamb, pig ears with potato salad and the dinner-only Polynesian pork ribs are all great. Salt cod fried rice is essential. Come during lunch! Little to no wait.
  • Mike M.
    Mike McBryanMarch 3, 2015
    While the tasting menu looks tempting, I can't imagine finishing it. We got the Tiger Salad, Rice Cakes, Kung Pao Pastrami and the Beggars duck for four and it was more than enough - all awesome!
  • Kevin G.
    Kevin GrantNovember 23, 2017
    Wowow - fusion Sichuan food. I've been a few times and it's varying degrees of spicy, salty, and sichuan-peppercorny. Chicken wings, kung pao pastrami, and cut the spice with green tea noodles
  • Alexandre M.heart icon on user image
    Alexandre MunhozJuly 21, 2018
    The brisket and greens are insanely good as well as the rice with mushrooms. The noodles are crazy hot - just order if you can handle it. Also, this is a place to share food so don’t go there alone..
  • Raphael L.heart icon on user image
    Raphael LangenscheidtSeptember 4, 2015
    Get the peanut noodles and the triple cooked bacon. The salt cod rice was 'meh' and the chicken wings - albeit delicious - were too spicy for my German tastebuds to do their work. Lots of beer needed.
  • COOLHAUS
    COOLHAUSJuly 15, 2012
    Being Cali transplants, we could not be happier when our fav chinese joint decided to join us on the East Coast! EVERYTHING is delicious, but you'll always find the thrice cooked bacon on our table!
  • Ryan A.heart icon on user image
    Ryan AmbsSeptember 4, 2015
    This place is amazing and the menu is deep. The spicy peanut noodles were fantastic as was the thrice cooked bacon. Wings are more of an experience than an edible, enjoyable dish.
  • Raquelle J.heart icon on user image
    Raquelle JessieMay 18, 2016
    This place is a 10/10. Get the fried chicken, insanely spicy wings (next time I'd do with bread service), egg roll,pork cheek, & the star of the show BEEF JERKY FRIED RICE. UNREAL.
  • BC .
    BC 😎🎶March 29, 2013
    The most flavorful and delicious "Chinese food" I have ever eaten! If you go early enough (late lunch time) you won't have to wait too long. The ambiance is chill yet fun. Can't wait to go back!
  • AmateurConciergeheart icon on user image
    AmateurConciergeFebruary 25, 2015
    Sistema suggests: beef tartare, raw scallops, green tea noodles, black truffle and ham soup*, lamb soup, clams in black bean sauce, pork cheeks, oat noodles*, beggars duck*
  • Charlottesheart icon on user image
    CharlottesNovember 27, 2016
    Everything is good here! Seriously this place checks every box for me, from Asian inspired cocktails to lip tingling chicken wings to incredible kitsch oriental aesthetic. Love it!
  • Pam L.
    Pam LinSeptember 13, 2013
    The thrice cooked bacon, cold kale salad, and salt cod fried rice were delicious. the chicken wings which are highly praised are also explosively spicy. I lost feeling in my mouth for a good 15 min
  • Wesley A.heart icon on user image
    Wesley A'HarrahFebruary 4, 2018
    Chongqing chicken wings are a must-try! The green tea noodles and salt and pepper lamb rib tips are also delicious.
  • Gideon O.heart icon on user image
    Gideon OlshanskyFebruary 2, 2016
    Everything is good here. Close your eyes, point a finger at a random menu item, and I guarantee you'll enjoy it, just watch out for spicy foods if you're not into that.
  • Sam G.heart icon on user image
    Sam GilDecember 22, 2016
    Flavors are great but more enjoyable for the uniqueness, cocktails are a good example. The spice on the wings is crazy, super fun. All the dishes we got were great.
  • Munchies
    MunchiesMay 11, 2015
    The secret to Mission Chinese's chef Angela Dimayuga's fried chicken? Koji—a form of fermented rice or soybeans—as a marinade and aging the chicken so that it fries to perfection. Read more
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