You can eat so much and it's not expensive. You have to get there early or be willing to wait for an hour in order to get a table, but it's totally worth it.
Good dimsum but gets crowded on the weekends
Not the best dimsum restaurant in town but I still like to take people there for the dimsum carts.
insanely good, cheap dim sum. chaotic but awesome. last time, my seatmates were an old asian couple who poured whiskey into their tea pot.
Mainly stuck with dumplings and buns here and they were all delicious! Definitely coming back
Great dim sum. Always crowded, get there early
When you enter, go to the right. You'll be closer to the kitchen, and later in the afternoon it won't empty out as much.
Best dim sum for white people. Delicious. Don't sit on the dais.
Expect super long waits on weekends for dimsum.
A lot of delicious food for little money. Come earlier, the line gets crazy.
Never again. Authentic but gross.
Dim sum of course
Dumplings and desserts
Best din sum breakfasts place in NYC! 👌💕
Buns were great and dumpling with peanuts in it were fantastic
The best dim sum I've had in NYC (and I say this having grown up in Hong Kong). Tasty, quick and super cheap.
Try to get there before the noon rush. Incredibly large dining space & great selections
Heaven on earth #feedme
Amazing dim sum! Some of the carts skipped us but we made sure to ask for the items we wanted! Try everything, it's so cheap! We had a 40 minute wait at noon on Father's Day. Not bad!
Let them cut the sesame balls for you.
The chicken feet here are great. Other than that nothing outstanding here.
Pray that you don't get put in the corner.
Get here early. Great for big groups. Get the custard buns for dessert!
Popular with the tourists, and large families
So many dumplings, so little time.
Best dim sum in NYC. Don't leave without ordering the cheung fun, shumai, and pork ribs with taro.
These folks have changed the date of our annual Chinese New Year's Dinner 3 times, each time for a different reason. Do they want our business?
Dim sum is where it's at!
Absolutely delicious! It got crowded at 11 on the Saturday I went so get here a little early or be prepared to wait a while, especially if you're a small party.
If you want an unforgettable Chinatown experience come here! Nobody speaks English. be prepared to sit with strangers & eat some weird stuff.
The Chinese Kung-Fu, Wu-Su Association hosts their Annual Chinese New Year Banquet here. May 15: https://www.facebook.com/events/329557480571405/
Pork buns are the best thing here delicious also so many others I would definitely recommend
Good place to eat a lot with a good price. If you are planning to have only one meal a day...
This place is gigantic, and the line is too. Worth the wait though
The Chinese Kung-Fu, Wu-Su Association hosts their Annual Chinese New Year Banquet here. April 10: https://www.facebook.com/events/329557480571405/
Has the most amount of dimsum offered in the city
Awesome dim sum place. Vast variety of dim sum plates and more
Pretty awesome, massive dim sum cartage. I still prefer the classic quaint charm of Nom Wah, but this is the place for cart dim sum.
Yummy dim sum! Get the siomai & the pork spare ribs
There is a mimosa cart that is everything!
Saturday dim sum. For a bonus treat try to snag a lychee mimosa when the alcohol cart comes your way.
Dim sum to live for. So many different carts, great food and a great place for new things and old favorites. Very crowded on a Sunday
The dim sum here is alright. It's authentic but not a lot of variety. We waited around 25 mins for 8 people so fast turnaround time. Golden Unicorn is better but try East Harbor at Sunset Park!
The cleanliness of the restroom is the highlight. Food is below avg compared to other dim sum spots in NYC and overly priced.
Try the xiao long bao (pork buns)
Dim sum, dumplings are delicious! Must try!
Shrimp dumplings are so yummy!
Dim sum dishes - small medium and large are all 2.50 each Mondays through Fridays except holidays. Good deal. Legit dim sum! Lots of seats wait is worth it.