Best Yang Chow fried rice and Hotpot in the city...
Spicy broth, lotus root and wontons are a must. Cold beef tendon is a delicious appetizer.
Best hot pot in Chinatown. Hidden right around a corner, across from the Manhattan Bridge. Just look for the neon sign and steamed up windows. Love the atmosphere too, or lack thereof.
The split broth hot pot is fun. The schezwan chicken was good too!
If you're here for hot pot get the 1/2 chicken 1/2 spicy broth -- you'll want a break from the heat.
The Szechuan Cold Noodle were very pleasing. I'd give their food a 3½★'s and 2★'s for atmosphere comfort and 3★'s for an exceptional service.
Don't eat their hotspots. The most expensive in new York. They even charge the source. Super Dislike
Tofu skins, glutinous rice cakes & peanut sauce - nothing else really matters. To give yourself a break from the heat, order half spicy/half not
Quality has gone down. Prefer the 33rd and lex hot pot location even though it doesn't have the dumpling got pot option.
Best hot pot in town. The wontons dipped in garlic sauce are one of the best bites I've had in NYC. Seriously. Bring your own wine or drinks if you want something other than beer, though. They're not
Great place for hot pot. Inexpensive and authentic!
Their hot pot dumplings are the same dumplings they use at Super Taste! Yum!!
Super expensive. Be careful at what you order. The sauces are individual sized. Food is not the best.
Hot pot! Recs: spinach, beef, fried tofu, dumplings, wheat noodles (handpulled noodles). If u love garlic, get the garlic oil sauce.
Hot pot faves: tofu skin, lamb, golden tipped mushrooms, shacha sauce, sichuan pepper broth
Order the Crispy Chicken with House Garlic Sauce, and ask for them to do it the old way with extra cilantro. Ma la perfection!
Great place for legit Sichuan hotpot but not for those looking for a pretty atmosphere :)
gotta get me some o dat hot pot