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Considered one of Chinatown's most popular fishmongeries, enjoy their fresh seafood in its original form: scales, guts and all. Read more
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Mulberry Meat Market
89 Mulberry St (btwn Canal & Bayard St)
"Black bean pork ribs are pretty good if you cook them in rice. The BBQ chicken wings are delicious. I basically grew up on them"
Po Wing Hong
50 Elizabeth Street (Hester Street)
"Small grocery store but been around long enough to trust that they sell authentic stuff. Prices slightly cheaper than large supermarkets."
Deluxe Food Market 德昌食品市場
79 Elizabeth St (btwn Grand & Hester St.)
"Get the Yunnan Bun aka Vietnamese Bun aka dai bao: steamed rice bun filled with sausage, meatball, egg, mushroom and greater than the sum of its parts. Microwave-reheat from frozen in moist papertowel"
Hong Kong Supermarket 香港超級市場
157 Hester St (btwn Bowery & Elizabeth St.)
"best and cheapest place in Chinatown to get groceries. Their produce prices can't be beat & they have an awesome selection of frozen dim sum."
Mei Li Wah
Bakery · $
62-64 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St.)
"Pork Buns. Old school style. Different from Momofuku or Ippudo's but can't beat the value."
The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory 華埠雪糕行
Ice Cream · $
65 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
"lychee, black sesame and almond cookie are my personal favorites!"
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