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Mulberry Meat Market
89 Mulberry St (btwn Canal & Bayard St)
"Buy their thin sliced frozen beef, then buy a pho seasoning mix & noodles at the supermarket next door. Combine with hot water."
Po Wing Hong
50 Elizabeth Street (Hester Street)
"Really Chinese, but hey that's the point, isn't it? Please be mesmerized by everything around."
Deluxe Food Market 德昌食品市場
79 Elizabeth St (btwn Grand & Hester St)
"Lacquered roasted ducks hang in the butcher shop; rows of egg tarts fill the bakery displays; and prepared-food stations hawk pay-per-pound delicacies like shredded pig’s ear and gamy beef tongue."
Hong Kong Supermarket 香港超級市場
157 Hester St (btwn Bowery & Elizabeth St.)
"absolute best place in the area to go grocery shopping. awesome prices and selection for produce and meats, and a great place to sample food. sushi is $3 a box!!"
Mei Li Wah
Bakery · $
62-64 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St.)
"The Big bun with pork, chicken, chinese sausage, egg and mushroom, is undeniably the best you'll ever find in the city. And a bargain @ $1.60 each."
The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory 華埠雪糕行
Ice Cream · $
65 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
"One scoop with lychee and black sesame! The pandan was also amazing."
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