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The 7 Best Rice Noodle Rolls in Chinatown, New York City

Rice noodle rolls aka cheong fun also sometimes known as Chinese crepes are very popular in Chinatown and now there are more options for it than ever! You just need to add a bit of seasoned soy sauce and it is pure bliss with every bite! They are great for breakfast or as a snack….

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October 18, 2019

NYC Foodie Link Roundup: What Makes Chinatown and Chinese Cuisine Unique

For February’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we look at what makes Chinatown and Chinese cuisine unique. We came across some fascinating stories about Chinatown and of course like every month we have to share some amazing places to eat in New York City! Learn more about our Chinatown Food Tour as well… How to Eat Dim Sum Here is a cheat sheet and a great video with everything you need to know about how to eat dim sum featuring Wilson Tang, owner of Nom Wah Tea Parlor. We absolutely agree that har gow and siu mai are absolute musts for dim sum and we can’t wait until we get some! Photos: Manhattan’s Chinatown Covered In Confetti For Year Of The Rooster Parade Here are some amazing photos that captured all the excitement of Chinese New Year in Chinatown. If…

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February 10, 2017

Ahoy New York’s Favorite Dim Sum Dishes and Restaurants

Dim sum is a meal that focuses on smaller dishes and is usually served from a cart so that one can easily select dishes to be enjoyed at their table amongst family and friends. It is considered a Cantonese tradition dating back to the days of travelers along the Silk Road in China. Today, it is enjoyed by folks from all over the world and in particular those who enjoy delicious cuisine. Here are Ahoy New York’s favorite Dim sum dishes and the restaurants where you can find them. Shrimp Dumplings Shrimp dumplings or ha gow are delicate steamed dumplings with a smooth, transparent skin. It is absolutely a must for any Dim sum outing. Shumai The shrimp dumplings are often served alongside with shumai, a steamed pork and mushroom dumpling. Both are delicious and great with a little soy…

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June 7, 2013

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