Noodle Village 粥麵軒

Chinese Restaurant$$$$
Chinatown, New York
98 Tips and reviews
  • soup dumplings
  • seafood
  • authentic
  • good for a quick meal
  • casual
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  • Eaters H.
    Almost everything on the menu is delicious. Soup dumplings are done better at lunch than late nights. Wonton/Cantonese dumplings w noodle (al dente) soup is great! Rice casserole are very good.
  • Eaters H.
    Wonton/Cantonese dumplings w noodle soup, soup dumpling w crab roe, salty fish w minced ground pork over rice casserole was a perfect feel good - homey lunch. Nothing fancy. Food coma
  • Tommy C.
    Tommy ChenNovember 8, 2015
    Stay away from the scallion pancake, it's nothing but hard deep fried dough that's dripping oil.
  • Tommy C.
    Tommy ChenNovember 8, 2015
    The xiao long bao skin was hella dry and a couple were broken upon being served. Stick with the wonton noodles and congee.
  • Tommy C.
    Tommy ChenNovember 8, 2015
    What happened to this place?! Service was piss poor today. Servers were friendly but very incompetent, serving others before tables waiting over 30 mins for the same food. Rice noodle was still bomb!
  • Lillian C.
    Lillian CheungOctober 13, 2015
    Congee is not as flavorful as Congee Village's but they have fried mantou here which is delicious and hard to find in the city!
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedOctober 2, 2015
    "This casual Chinese restaurant down in Chinatown serves amazing wontons that have a deep flavor yet are still light and fresh." Chef Tien Ho Read more
  • Samantha T.
    Samantha TSeptember 27, 2015
    Order like a local: ginger scallion noodles (geung chung lo meen), braised beef (ngao lam), wontons, seafood congee (tang zai jook)
  • Matthew🗽
    Matthew🗽September 14, 2015
    Try shrimp wonton noodle soup, available in two sizes (regular or large). $25 minimum for credit card. American Express is accepted.
  • Sunny N.
    Sunny NgJune 14, 2015
    Best Wonton Noodle Soup in the city. Don't be a gwai lo and order xiaolongbao ("soup dumplings"). Not the place for it.
  • Doris H.
    Doris HuMarch 21, 2015
    Definitely recommend the wonton noodle soup. Would not get the no-soup noodles as it left a weird aftertaste after each bite. The soup dumplings here are good too.
  • Garett P.
    Garett PressMarch 19, 2015
    The lo mein is really something special and the congee is solid. Make sure to use the chili garlic sauce in excess.
  • Rita K.
    Rita KwongMarch 18, 2015
    Best soup dumplings in New York. Hands down. Authentic Wontons and egg noodles. No MSG is a huge plus.
  • Russell H.
    Russell HirschornDecember 15, 2014
    Wonton noodle soup, xhinese broccoli with oyster sauce, pork and chive dumplings are a must. Soup dumplings are good but better at Joes
  • Winnie
    WinnieNovember 25, 2014
    The hot pot rice is delicious. My favorite is the chicken because the chicken is extremely smooth.
  • Winnie
    WinnieNovember 25, 2014
    Must try the soup dumplings here! Their chef is from Shanghai!
  • Ben F.
    Ben FishnerNovember 12, 2014
    Try the crispy fish skin with your soup--like cracklings of the sea, they're addictive.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuOctober 11, 2014
    Hot pot rice with spare ribs was good. Congee and liu tiao were pretty good too.
  • Fiona
    FionaSeptember 10, 2014
    Their beef brisket noodle soup (with lai fun) is BANGIN'!!!!! Their wontons, potstickers, and xiaolongbao are always good!
  • Ron H.
    Ron HsuSeptember 7, 2014
    Noodles had a very strong ammonia smell to them. Kinda weirded me out. Apparently that happens with alkaline noodles when the chef either doesn't change the water enough or doesn't use enough salt.
  • Justin D.
    Justin DeanAugust 16, 2014
    Shanghai soup dumplings are tasty and hush worthy. Wonton soup has plump shrimp in a subtle ocean tasting broth. But whatever, explore. I haven't had a bad meal here.
  • Jen Y.
    Jen YipAugust 12, 2014
    Love the black egg and cilantro dumplings - sometimes get them in soup, sometimes with lo mein on a plate-great either way!
  • Casey S.
    Casey SchoonoverAugust 11, 2014
    I'm usually not a big congee fan but I have to say that the Sha Tim Chicken Congee here is on point! Add a little black vinegar to it for extra flavor. The shrimp wontons are delicious as well.
  • Allen Y.
    Allen YangAugust 7, 2014
    Best soup dumplings in NYC. Other menu options, including breakfast foods, are solid.
  • Jenny U.
    Jenny UngJune 10, 2014
    Shrimp Wonton Egg Noodle Soup is the way to go. Noodles always al dente, consistently good and simple.
  • Bonnie C.
    Bonnie ChuMay 21, 2014
    Beef tendon and wonton noodle soup. Why decide when you can have both in one?! And HK milk tea of course! Hot or cold, go nuts.
  • Kal M.
    Kal MaApril 24, 2014
    Everything is good here - all noodle and congee dishes are good. The fried tofu is amazing
  • Steven Y.
    Steven YApril 2, 2014
    Get the shrimp wonton noodle soup and the pork with salty fish hot pot rice
  • ZenFoodster Eats
    ZenFoodster EatsFebruary 2, 2014
    Best 1000-yr old egg w/ pork congee, Spicy fried fish ball, Chinese broccoli & Yau Choy w/ Oyster sauce in NYC! Also, decent tasting XLB & Pork in (not so) hot Spicy sauce lo mein. Will be be back!
  • Betty W.
    Betty WuOctober 21, 2013
    Don't be fooled! Their "large" bowl is actually just a regular sized bowl from every other restaurant in Chinatown.
  • Q
    QOctober 19, 2013
    Duet noodle soup is the best for picking and choosing two combos.
  • Nathan M.
    Nathan MSeptember 21, 2013
    You gotta get the Lahp May Bo Jai fahn - aka Pork sausage stone pot rice! Definitely get the soup dumplings as well #happytimes
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsSeptember 20, 2013
    One of our favorite spots for wonton noodle soup, with a wide range of noodles and dumplings.
  • Donna T.
    Donna TamAugust 25, 2013
    Get the Devilish noodles! Seafood broth with ramen noodles. So good. Also has great siu long bao and lolipop chicken wings.
  • Xian X.
    Xian XianJuly 9, 2013
    I go out of my way to come here to pick up yummy wonton noodle soup and beef chow fun. Then I schlep everything to the upper east side! That's how good they are.
  • Noriko Kate S.
    Noriko Kate SJuly 6, 2013
    I expected a better place... Food was lower than average. Food is not fresh at all, I smelled refrigerator.
  • Molar E.
    Molar EndoMay 26, 2013
    Got #7 the original chief beef brisket noodle. Probably would have tasted more flavorful if Ive gotten the spicy version aka #6.
  • ju j.
    ju juMay 18, 2013
    Try: Dumpling soup, thing is the soup is INSIDE the dim sum, and not the other way around. Exotic and creative. Very sweet staff!!
  • Nora
    NoraApril 28, 2013
    Can not go wrong with the Ox Tail w/ Curry Sauce Yee Mein--number 7b on the menu.
  • 👾 Salina
    👾 SalinaFebruary 24, 2013
    The HK style milk tea, wontons, dumplings, and hot pot rice are to die for!
  • Vince W.
    Vince WongDecember 30, 2012
    The Sha Tin Chicken Congee, of which the chef only makes 10 bowls daily, is the best congee I have had this side of the Pacific. Dopple in some red wine vinegar and you're all set.
  • MoRiza
    MoRizaOctober 11, 2012
    Try the Lo Mein With Homemade Beef Balls - Bakso ala New York Chinatown.
  • Real Cheap Eats
    Real Cheap EatsJune 17, 2012
    The “hot pot rice” arrives steaming, sizzling & topped with your choice of meats. Try pork with salted fish. Drizzle plenty of extra-thick soy sauce over the pot & add a splash of roasted chili oil. Read more
    Upvoted Jun 4
  • Ada L.
    Ada La AuuMay 31, 2012
    Must try the crab meat soup dumpling. A shanghai style dumpling delivered in a bamboo steamer. It is absolutely delicious!!!
  • ECava
    ECavaDecember 19, 2011
    Get the rice noodles with sweet sauce & peanut sauce. Add a little hot sauce for even more delish.
  • Bea V.
    Bea VillamorOctober 16, 2011
    Don't miss the shrimp wonton noodle soup - it's Ma Peche Chef Tien Ho's favorite dish, according to @chefsfeed!
  • bb x.
    bb xyzAugust 16, 2011
    Delicious, super cheap, and clean! Best soup dumplings in Chinatown.
  • 👾 Salina
    👾 SalinaMarch 21, 2010
    Wonton noodle soup, beef tendon noodle soup, and HK-style milk tea are off the hook.
  • Axel M.
    Axel MurilloFebruary 14, 2010
    Don't ever be late to this place. If you order 5 minutes behind your party, you will be IGNORED.
  • Enrique G.
    Muy rico el braised beef reamed muy aconsejable limpio y el mjor simbolo qu esta lleno de chinos y barato
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