Mr. Chow

Chinese Restaurant · Tribeca
121 Hudson St (at N Moore St.), New York, NY 10013, United States
Open until 11:30 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sun
    • 5:00 PM–11:30 PM
$ $ $ $
Brunch, Dinner
Full Bar, Cocktails
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Outdoor Seating:

Based on 173 votes

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  • What you need to know
    Alessandra P.
    "Chicken Satay is simply the best"(9 Tips)
    Dolly H.
    "The lychee martini from Mr. Chow Tribeca is the best in the country!"(3 Tips)
    Casey A.
    "Best Restaurant Week menu much food for your money!"(2 Tips)
    Gilt City C.
    "... who recommend the Beijing Duck, but we never leave this place without..."(2 Tips)
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  • chicken satay
  • seafood
  • restaurant week menu
  • trendy
  • fancy
  • good for dates
  • lychee martinis
  • champagne
  • lively
  • filet mignon
  • outdoor seating
  • sea bass
  • coconut sorbet
  • squid ink pasta
  • shrimp
  • romantic
  • lettuce wraps
  • crab
  • dinner
  • noodles
  • Marc Z.

    Glazed prawns

    Marc Zwart · September 7
  • Marc Z.

    Without a doubt a must visit. Staff is by far the best in the entire world: customer driven with a sense of humour. Best thing on the menu will have to be the glazed prawns; delicious!

    Marc Zwart · September 7
  • Christina C.

    Impeccable service and great wait staff but the food was ok to disappointing at best. For the money you are paying, not worth it. Don't get crispy beef, whole lotta fried nothingness

    Christina Chin · August 16
  • Lena M.

    Nice asian food! Go for a lychee cocktail.

    Lena Michel · July 29
  • Sachar K.

    The food is good, but the waiters take your plates while you're eating. Very annoying.

    Sachar Klein · July 24
  • Bledar A.

    Best outdoor seats in TriBeCa, like no other lycée martini in town and very attentive service.

    Bledar Asllani · July 3
  • Alex S.


    Alex Simon · January 31
  • Bryan A.

    We had the tasting menu where the waiter chooses our dishes for us. Had everything (seafood) from prawns to lobster. Was delicious and the service was on point.

    Bryan Andrew · December 16, 2014
  • Joe R.

    .......... Sux.

    Joe Reisinger · October 30, 2014
  • Ahmet C.

    Great food, very expensive but good for catching celebrities in their more natural environment

    Ahmet Cinar · October 25, 2014
  • Alessandra P.

    Chicken Satay is simply the best

    Alessandra Pinho · August 25, 2014
  • The Perfect Stranger @.

    Y not living good

  • Erikka O.

    What a wonderful experience! Everything was great, I especially loved the lettuce wraps and plum sauce! The duck was also amazing. Highly recommend!

    Erikka Olszewski · April 24, 2014
  • Rob W.

    Good food.

    Rob White · March 11, 2014
  • Stevi G.

    Best restaurant ever

    Stevi Grossman · February 21, 2014
  • Soo K.

    Great drinks! Order the lychee martini! Don't order the velvet chicken!

    Soo Kim · January 12, 2014

    Get the crab and the squid fantastic.

  • Jeanine I.

    Nice food but bad service

    Jeanine Ilha · October 19, 2013
  • Andrew R.

    I give it 3.5 out of 5. Good food. Great service. If you are local and in the mood for Chinese then it's the place. Don't miss the chicken satay.

    Andrew Rivkin · October 7, 2013
  • Casey A.

    Best Restaurant Week menu much food for your money! Well worth it :)

    Casey Anderson · August 7, 2013
  • ben v.

    The food is okay but nothing special, the setting is tacky and the service is terrible (i.e. unfriendly and inefficient). This neighborhood has a LOT better to offer.

    ben van alboom · August 4, 2013
  • Carla M.

    Don't believe the hype. They serve bland overpriced food. NY has SO much more to offer.

    Carla Moscoso · August 3, 2013
  • Maxwell T.

    classic. Duh y'all.

    Maxwell Turner · July 27, 2013
  • Waverunner2k3

    Service was nice and efficient. Food was delicious. Mr Chow noodles were surprisingly good.

    Waverunner2k3 · July 14, 2013
  • Elena V.

    Place has gone downhill; soup dumplings are actually worse than in C-town. Crispy duck is dry- super boring. Chocolate cake is the worst ever- dry and stale. Seabass is decent-hard to screw that up..

    Elena V. · July 3, 2013
  • Torsten G.

    Don't go. It's an hyped up scene to be seen trap.

    Torsten Gross · May 11, 2013
  • Julia K.

    Amazing and worth every penny!

    Julia Kloth · April 13, 2013
  • Travel + Leisure

    A-listers can’t get enough of the Beijing duck and chicken satay at this iconic Chinese canteen. In the summer, sit outside and sip lychee martinis.

    Travel + Leisure · April 11, 2013
  • Sandy R.

    DO NOT EAT HERE! This was the worst Chinese food I have even eaten. $400 later and my local Chinese delivery would've done the trick for lime $20. PS-I do know what good food is and this is NOT it!

    Sandy Rozario · February 15, 2013
  • Stephanie M.

    If you're looking for elegance and unbelievable food, come to Mr. Chow. I don't even like Chinese food and this is officially one of my favorite restaurants. Oh and get the prawns.

    Stephanie McIntyre · January 18, 2013
  • Elisabeth A.

    Walnut prawns are the best!!!!

    Elisabeth A · January 10, 2013
  • F-Factor N.

    Sea bass <3<3 Always forget how good it is.

    F-Factor Nutrition · September 5, 2012
  • Pati A.

    The crispy duck was perfect, and the purple sweet sauce was the "cheery on top"! Wonderful french white wine and for desert don't miss out on the lichia WITH the coconut sorbet! PERFECT MATCH i made!

    Pati Amoroso · August 24, 2012
  • F-Factor N.

    Chicken Satay, an extremely light scallion pancake, and some Wild Berry Rosé Champagne Cocktails. Sounds like a perfect dinner to me!

    F-Factor Nutrition · August 8, 2012
  • Sunaina S.

    Excellent food, loved the squid ink pasta and the glazed shrimp with walnuts the best... Gluttony for sure ;)

    Sunaina Swaminathan · June 27, 2012

    It’s pricey to the point of ridiculousness. And waiters here just love to make recommendations and order for you: be sure to insist on reading a menu to be sure that you get what you want…we do. Read more · April 23, 2012
  • Damian C.

    Go back uptown to Phillipes or better yet head to Chinatown if that is to far for you.... This food is horrible the sorbet was great the appetizers, and entrees lack seasoning, flavor and portions.

    Damian Corbett · March 11, 2012
  • 2 D.

    One of the most famous and recognizable dishes over the past few decades in New York City are the Mr Chow Noodles at Mr. Chow. In fact, the Chow Noodles ($18) are so highly revered... Read more

    2 Dine Out · January 31, 2012
  • Carla F.

    Was just told I had to stand & wait because 1 member of my party (of 2) is not here yet, while another woman, whose dinner companion was late was seated. Very bad service by the Maitre'd!

    Carla Franklin · January 27, 2012
  • Sheng-Min 'Sheng' C.

    Go there and have a family style meal the mote the merrier...4 people and up

    Sheng-Min 'Sheng' Chen · January 25, 2012

    On a good night, Mr. Chow's is glitzy and buzzing. It’s fun to be part of that scene. Dress to impress with a fitted dress or other sexy number, fancy heels, designer jewels, and your best handbag. Read more · January 23, 2012
  • M. Silver Associates

    If you are a fan of Chines food, that's the place to go to!

    M. Silver Associates · January 11, 2012

    NEW YORK: Try the Beijing Chicken and then recreate it at home with this recipe from the food world legend himself Read more

    NOWNESS · December 14, 2011
  • Gilt City C.

    You can trust the people who recommend the Beijing Duck, but we never leave this place without having the Chicken Satay. This classic dish is perfected by the Chow family.

    Gilt City Curator · November 16, 2011
  • Bora L.

    Tries way too hard to be trendy. It's Chinese food. Lazer

    Bora Lim · November 12, 2011
  • Kate H.

    Def not worth the prices and food was just ok....

    Kate Hypes · October 23, 2011
  • Eelain S.

    you are obviously a total douchebag if you're so close to chinatown and you come here for chinese food.

    Eelain Steketee · July 27, 2011
  • Shana K.

    The glazed prawns with walnuts appetizer ROCKS!

    Shana Keyes · April 19, 2011
  • Duncan M.

    Don't hold your breath if you're waiting for a drink

    Duncan Milne · March 13, 2011
  • Georgy K.

    Chicken satay and minion really rules. Thanks for advice guys!!

    Georgy Kostava · February 16, 2011

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