NYC Foodie Link Roundup: What Makes Chinatown and Chinese Cuisine Unique
- February 10, 2017 |
- Ray Chin |
- NYC Foodie Link Roundup
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!
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 you missed it this year, you have to put it on your calendar next year!
Ketchup and 6 Other Foods You Didn’t Know Were Chinese
This is a very interesting read and without spoiling anything, ketchup is probably the least surprising thing on this list!
60 Cheap Eats Destinations You Should Know About in NYC
This guide is an invaluable resource. Some of our favorite cheap eats spots like Parisi Bakery Delicatessen, New Xe Lua Vietnamese Restaurant and Xing Wong BBQ are on this list. But we are looking forward to trying some of the other restaurants.
6 Fascinating Facts about the History of Manhattan’s Chinatown
It is no secret that Chinatown is full of history and interesting stories. You can learn a lot more about this fascinating neighborhood on our walking food tour!
NYC: Eine Food Tour durch Little Italy und Chinatown
Finally here is another great look at Ahoy New York’s tours from a German blog.
Also this month was the first #IGShoutOutFoodTours week on Instagram. Here are some mouth- watering pics that we came across.
A juicy burger from The Curb Bar and Grill in Idaho
Chef Scott Cummings’s Freedom Beat in Las Vegas
Barceloneta’s signature dish: Bombs aka bombas