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New Green Bo
66 Bayard St.
b/w Mott & Elizabeth St.

$$$$$

3.2

9

Today (the 18th) was my birthday and last night (the 17th) I celebrated with friends at New Green Bo in Chinatown. It was a perfect venue: the table squeezed all fourteen of us in .. >

Congee Village
100 Allen St.
at Delancey St.

$$$$$

3.7

9

I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT Congee Village is a well-known Chinese restaurant in NYC for congee, spacious rooms fit for giant dinner parties, and incongruous eye-raping decor. Okay, maybe... >

Chinatown Brasserie
380 Lafayette St.
at Great Jones St.

$$$$$

3.3

8

I ate lunch recently at the Chinatown Brasserie with Brian Yarvin, a terrific writer and photography who's just written a fun but substantial The World of Dumplings (Countryman Pre.. >

Roll and Dough
135 W 3rd St.
b/w MacDougal St. & 6th Ave.

$$$$$

3

8

No drinkie for me Last last Sunday I went to 7A with John, Pete, Aleks, Dean, and Madeleine (yes, that was too much LJ linkage) to celebrate's Aleks' birthday. It sits on the corne.. >

Joe's Shanghai
9 Pell St.
b/w Doyers St. & Bowery

$$$$$

3

8

[This entry originally took place on November 3rd. A month ago, practically. Dammit.] "Number 72? Number 72?!" The young hostess at Joe's Shanghai given the task of rounding up the.. >

Fried Dumpling
99 Allen St.
b/w Broome & Delancey St.

$$$$$

3

7

I love a good food bargain ó and probably one of the best in Chinatown is at Fried Dumpling, on Mosco Street (the original branch is on Allen) next to the quite excellent Bangkok C.. >

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar
61 W 23rd St.
b/w 5th & 6th Ave.

$$$$$

3.2

7

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar in Chelsea, is somewhat known for their chocolate dumplings, since I remembered reading about them last winter in a NY Magazine article. I walked over to that.. >

Dumpling House
118 Eldridge St.
b/w Grand & Broome St.

$$$$$

2.7

7

It had been a while since my last visit to the Dumpling House. Frankly, the dingy, cramped quarters always made this a place for times I was in a hurry and needed food fast but di.. >

Dumpling Man
100 Saint Marks Pl.
b/w 1st Ave. & Avenue A

$$$$$

3.2

7

Danna informed me late in the afternoon that she was working late and grabbing a bite with a colleague. Naturally, I set my sights on snagging a suitable Restaurant Week reservatio.. >

Fay Da Bakery
3711 Main St.

$$$$$

3

6

Fay Da Bakery, a popular Chinese Bakery with locations in Flushing and Chinatown, has now opened it's doors in Forest Hills Fay Da Bakery. This makes me extremely happy because I h.. >

Jing Fong
18 Elizabeth St.
at Canal St.

$$$$$

3

6

Venturing into Manhattan's Chinatown yesterday morning, I thought my appetite would be satisfied by the extravagant array of dim sum options at Jing Fong. That, however, was not to.. >

Dim Sum go go
5 E Broadway
b/w Catherine St. & Chatham Sq

$$$$$

3

6

Very little is better after a few drinks than dim sum, even if it is way past noon... >

Grand Sichuan Int'l
229 9th Ave.
at 24th St.

$$$$$

3.1

6

This entry originally took place on February 16 and March 11. Grand Sichuan My favorite Chinese restaurant in the city is Grand Sichuan, partially because of its multiple convenien.. >

Peking Duck House
28 Mott St.
at Pell St.

$$$$$

2.9

6

After researching where to eat in Beijing, the urge for peking duck became hard to ignore. I canít say for sure that Peking Duck House is a top contender in NYCóIíve only tried a f.. >

Egg Custard King Cafe
76 Mott St.
near Canal St.

$$$$$

3

6

The red date honey drink (small; $1) is simply two spoonfuls of fruit concentrate, a drizzle of honey, and a cup of hot water; it's like a thinned-down version of a cough syrup I u.. >

Super Taste Restaurant
26 Eldridge St.
at Canal St.

$$$$$

3.2

6

Just turn right onto Eldridge if youíre walking along Canal from the Manhattan Bridge.) Oh, AÖwhy did i ever doubt your chinatown wisdomÖ after the tres disappointing meal at sheng.. >

Spicy & Tasty
39-07 Prince St., 1H
b/w Roosevelt Ave. & 39th Ave.

$$$$$

3.1

5

Apparently, I didnít get my fill of Sichuan food in China because last weekend I couldnít stop thinking about tracking more down. Little Pepper was my first choice, but it was full.. >

Sweet-n-Tart
76 Mott St.
at Canal St.

$$$$$

3

5

Happy Chinese New Yearís!!!! Went back to Sweet and Tart on Mott for Chinese New Yearís dinner this year. Despite the tight space (they really pack them in during the holiday), we .. >

Xing
785 9th Ave.
at 52nd St.

$$$$$

3

4

Sometimes you just donít want to let a restaurant go. Sure, it hasnít really lived up to what it could be, and yes, there are places objectively worthier of your concern and hope. .. >

Xo Kitchen
148 Hester St.
b/w Elizabeth St. & Bowery

$$$$$

3.3

4

A strange twist of events found me at XO Kitchen last night...I'd had plans with Cookie to go shopping, but I wound up bailing because I thought I should clean. (I'm sorry!!!) Bu.. >

88 Palace
88 E Broadway

$$$$$

3

4

Feeling your eights? They're offering dim sum at the reduced price of $1.50 today at 88 Palace in Chinatown to celebrate 8/8/08 and the start of the Olympic games. 88 Palace 88 Eas.. >

Golden Unicorn
18 E Broadway
b/w Catherine St. & Market St.

$$$$$

3

4

With endurance like an old Russian ballerina's, Golden Unicorn keeps going, well into its 19th year...but is its age showing?.. >

66
241 Church St.
at Leonard St.

$$$$$

3.1

4

In the course of researching a story I chatted on the phone the other day with Lois Freedman, who manages Jean-Georges Vongerichtenís restaurants, and as she shared an anecdote abo.. >

Ping's
22 Mott St.
b/w Mosco & Pell St.

$$$$$

3.2

4

"She's not so Dim, that Sum" To round out my weekend in NYC, I had brunch at Ping in Chinatown. Although I am liking Boston more since my big move, one complaint I do have about Bo.. >

Vegetarian Dim Sum House
24 Pell St.
at Doyers St.

$$$$$

3

4

I donít understand people who hate tofu and mock meat. Sure, fake buffalo wings and tofurky are kind of wrongheaded, but bean curd and gluten can be completely tasty, especially wh.. >

Wakiya
2 Lexington Ave.
at 21st St.

$$$$$

3.2

3

Adam Platt disses Wakiya big-time in New York Magazine this week. He asks: "So when, exactly, did the glamour and mystery of Chinese cuisine disappear from New York?" A valid quest.. >

Tai Pan Bakery
3725 Main St.

$$$$$

3.7

3

One of the larger, more commercial bakeries in both the Manhattan and Flushing Chinatowns. It's always bustling, always a line. The highlights: glutinous sugar rice cake, 'yummy br.. >

Hong Kong Station
128 Hester St.

$$$$$

3

3

Hong Kong Station looks just enough like an actual subway stop that I did a little double-take the first time I saw it while walking down Bowery one evening. All credit to their si.. >

Wo Hop
17 Mott St.
b/w Mosco St. & Chatham Sq

$$$$$

3

3

Letís be honest: There is NO bad time to go to Wo Hop. There are times, though, at which you can waltz in and sit down, and there are times that youíll be squeezed in at the front .. >

Grand Sichuan Int'l Midtown
745 9th Ave.
b/w 50th & 51st St.

$$$$$

3

3

When asked where to get the best Xiao Long Bao AKA soup dumplings, many often say youíve got to go to Joeís Shanghai on Pell St. But I sometimes have to disagree. You can get some.. >

Buddha Bodai
5 Mott St.
at Woth St.

$$$$$

3

3

You can never have enough General Tso Chicken (veggie style).††In NYC, there's more than one place to get the goods - especially if you happen to be walking down Mott Street.† Of c.. >

Chinese Mirch
120 Lexington Ave.
at 28th St.

$$$$$

3.1

3

Mirch is loosely translated as spicy in Hindi and the combination of Sichuan and Cantonese cuisines happily bring out the intense flavor of Indian cooking. The positive is that the.. >

Grand Sichuan St. Marks
21 Saint Marks Pl.
b/w 2nd & 3rd Ave.

$$$$$

3

3

The Chipotle opened along St. Marks opened first and then the vending-machine store BAM! made headlines. When I saw the Grand Sichuan open, I only thought, Great, I donít have to g.. >

Quickly Shabu Shabu
237 Grand St., Store B
at Bowery

$$$$$

3

3

even after downing half a bowl of mediocre soup, i suddenly had a craving for bubble tea when aaron mentioned his 20% frequent buyer discount. the stomach is an amazingly flexible .. >

Wu Liang Ye
338 Lexington Ave.
b/w 39th & 40th St.

$$$$$

3

3

Being with Jessica has many advantages. One of these is eating with her folks. Her mom is a wonderful foodie who unlike some traditional Chinese people, is willing to try all cui.. >

Great NY Noodletown
28 Bowery
at Pell St.

$$$$$

3

3

N.Y. Noodletown is loud, crowded, ugly, frenzied and full of great food. In other words, it typifies everything I love about Chinatown. The portions are also enormous, the service .. >

Tasty Dumpling
54 Mulberry St.

$$$$$

3

3

I *believe* this place is owned by the same people who own Dumpling House on Eldridge (it appears they have an identical menu). Anyway, 5 fried dumplings for $1.00 - a great deal. .. >

Golden Dragon Boat Cafe
111 Bowery

$$$$$

3.3

3

Being either stupid or brave, I went to Chinatown yesterday. In ways it was kind of stupid because of the hordes of people in Chinatown because it's Chinese New Year's Eve... >

Vegetarian's Paradise 2
144 W 4th St.
b/w 6th Ave. & Macdougal St.

$$$$$

3

3

Buddhist Chinese can be hard to get right... Many restaurants try, offering up mock-meat versions of General Tsos, Kung Pao Chicken...and many more classics. This visit was my fo.. >

Deli Manjoo
corner of Canal & Lafayette St.

$$$$$

3

2

There are a ton of reasons why I hate Canal Street in Chinatown: the sheer number of people crashing into you on the sidewalks, the honking of vehicle traffic, the nasty smells of .. >

Tangra Masala
8709 Grand Ave.

$$$$$

3.3

2

Hot and sour soup, chicken pakoras, shrimp pakoras, Chili goat (dry), Tangra Masala fish (with gravy).. >

Joeís Ginger
113 Mott St.

$$$$$

3

2

Last week was the end of my 8-day vacation from school. Since I had such a large amount of free time, and my mother having taken off Thurday from work, we decided to go to Chinatow.. >

New Wonton Garden
56 Mott St.
at Bayard St.

$$$$$

3

2

I got this passage out of Consuming Geographies by David Bell & Gill Valentine, a book for my "Essentials of Cusine" class. The name of my class is misleading since it probably sou.. >

Fong Inn Too
46 Mott St.

$$$$$

3

2

There's a guy on Mott who operates out of a tiny booth on the east side of the street. He serves Fried Radish Cake and Soy Custard (Taho) - both dirt cheap, and very good. There's .. >

Mei Lai Wah Coffeehouse
64 Bayard St.

$$$$$

4.3

2

HI THERE. I didn't know how to start this entry, so I thought I'd thought I'd take the weight off myself of having to fulfill any expectations of coming up with something amusing (.. >

Oversea Asian Restaurant
49 Canal St.
b/w Orchard & Ludlow St.

$$$$$

3.1

2

News flash: most of the best food bargains in Manhattan are located in Chinatown... >

Province
305 Church St.
at Walker St.

$$$$$

3

2

I just had great ass sandwich.† It's made w/ mantou (this Chinese bread--the stuff they use for the buns at Momofuku) and filled w/ things like grilled chicken, braised pork should.. >

Noho Star
330 Lafayette St.
at Bleecker St.

$$$$$

2.3

2

Another lovely Spring day and I was particularly interested in hitting Scratcher, an Irish bar on East 5th Street. Unfortunately it was closed. In fact it was so closed I walked ri.. >

Mainland
1081 3rd Ave.
at 64th St.

$$$$$

3.2

2

I†dined at†Mainland†in early October. Itís one of the few Chinese restaurants in the city that at least tries to be original. It is a lovely space. My friend and I were treated wel.. >

Szechuan Gourmet
1345 2nd Ave.
Near 71st St.

$$$$$

3.4

2

1:06 pm, and the waiting area at the front of Szechuan Gourmet (39th btw. 5+6th)†is a mob scene.† The wait for a two top: 15-20 minutes.† This is Midtown people?!?!† During lunchti.. >

Excellent Pork Chop House
3 Doyers St.
at Chatham Sq

$$$$$

3

2

I've dealt with smelt. Glad I got the small size, though ($3.20); the smelt with chili simply too spicy as anything other than a palate awakener between courses... >

Moon House Restaurant
67 Bayard St.
b/w Mott & Elizabeth St.

$$$$$

2.8

2

I went to the Moon House Restaurant with my brother and Diana on New Year's Eve, which was the second time for Diana and me. Good food in portions much bigger than we'd think as wh.. >

MEE Noodle Shop
795 9th Ave.
at 53rd St.

$$$$$

2.8

2

Iíve long wondered how New Yorkers can afford to eat out as much as they do... >

Spice
610 Amsterdam Ave.
b/w 89th & 90th St.

$$$$$

3.2

2

One thing Iíve discovered since starting Midtown Lunch is that most of the time you get what you pay for.† Go to an Indian buffet thatís $9.95 and the quality of the food is not go.. >

Hing Won
48 W 48th St.
b/w 5th & 6th Ave.

$$$$$

3

2

Gotta have Chinese food on Chinese New Year, right? My goto is Hing Won on 48th btw. 5th & 6th. They have ďBuhdaĒ Delight as a New Yearís special, but I think Iím going to go with .. >

Lili's
1500 3rd Ave.
b/w 84th & 85th St.

$$$$$

3

2

Who says you canít get great Chinese food north of Spring Street? Actually I did. But I correct myself, thereís a plenty of options spread across Manhattan on the East and West s.. >

East Ocean
159 E 55th St.
b/w 3rd & Lexington Ave.

$$$$$

3.8

2

My family wanted to introduce Lon's family to Chinese banquet style dining. What better time than Chinese New Year. My mom made reservations for East Ocean Palace East Ocean Palace.. >

Fu Zhou Fresh Handmade Noodles
144 E Broadway
at Bowery

$$$$$

3

2

After walking around in Chinatown for a while, we finally settled on a dingy place at the end of an alley. The service was perfucntory at best, but we weren't expecting much for a .. >

Zen
311 S End Ave.
b/w Liberty & Albany St.

$$$$$

3

2

My new roommate told me a sweet little food related story involving brownies. GATHER ?ROUND, my food loving children... >

Je'Bon
15 Saint Marks Pl.
b/w 2nd & 3rd Ave.

$$$$$

2.7

2

I've mentioned Je'bon before, very briefly, and we liked it enough to try again. Of course, we're still ordering-in because I'm sick, so I haven't actually seen the restaurant yet.. >

Prosperity Dumpling
46 Eldridge St.
b/w Canal & Hester St.

$$$$$

2.8

2

The sesame pancake (with beef, $1.50) is particularly fluffy; inside is a more-than-ample helping of sliced meat, carrot, and cilantro, wetted down by soy sauce. Perhaps cucumber a.. >

China Grill
52 W 53rd St.
at 6th Ave.

$$$$$

2.8

2

I believe the China Grill opened their doors over 18 years ago.† It was quite a hot spot.† The place was packed from lunch through late night dinners.† Walking through the door yes.. >

Mandarin Court
61 Mott St.
b/w Bayard & Canal St.

$$$$$

3

2

Here's the liveliest-looking dish of a less-than-inspired lot... >

Dragon Land Bakery
125 Walker St.

$$$$$

2.8

2

...in Chinatown. Took care of a few errands the other morning and stopped off at Dragon Land Bakery. I craved baos. What kind of bao, I was not sure. So many options lining the s.. >

Shanghai Cuisine
89 Bayard Street
b/w Mott St & Mulberry St

$$$$$

1

On a previous post about New Green Bo I spoke a bit about Xiao Long Bao dumplings, which seemed to have struck a chord with a number of New Yorkers as to where the best ones can ac.. >

New Beef King
89 Bayard St
b/w Mott St & Mulberry St

$$$$$

1

One of my favorite stops in Chinatown is New Beef King, perhaps the ultimate purveyor of Beef Jerky in New York City. Sure, there are other jerky shops in Chinatown, but New Beef K.. >

Waterfront International
40-09 Prince St.
near Roosevelt Ave.

$$$$$

3.3

1

"Liaoning cuisine," according to the Chinese Ministry of Culture, "originated from Shenyang City and developed on the basis of Shandong cuisine, and was later strongly influenced.. >

Canton Gourmet
38-08 Prince St.

$$$$$

3.2

1

I generally don't go to Chinese restaurants.  It's not that they're beneath me, it's because the ones I go to are my go-to, favorite, I've been going there for years and years.. >

Koca Lounge
76 Orchard St.

$$$$$

3.3

1

Is shabu shabu the next sushi? We visited Koca Lounge in the Lower East Side to find out... >

Double Crispy Bakery
230 Grand St.

$$$$$

1

Double Crispy is a pretty popular Chinese bakery for their "dan tats" as in egg custard tarts. I wanted to give it a try since many Chowhounders have claimed that their tarts are w.. >

Great NY Noodle Town
28 Bowery
at Pell St.

$$$$$

1

Just right up the block from New Green Bo is Great NY Noodle Town, a different sort of Chinese restaurant specializing in Hong-Kong style noodle soups and roast meats. Good the Xia.. >

Sheng Wang
27 Eldridge St.

$$$$$

4

1

oh village voice, how you have led me astray. at least, i think thatís where i read the review that said that sheng wangís hand-pulled noodles were better than those of rival supe.. >

Happy Teriyaki BBQ Cart
50th St. b/w 6th & 7th Ave.

$$$$$

2.8

1

Food carts†are a funny thing.† Some people love them, some people hate them.† They are universally accepted for some things, like hot dogs, or pretzels but seem mysterious for othe.. >

Cart (Grand & Bowery)
corner of Grand & Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

If Marcel Proust had lived in China instead of France, these little cakes would have taken the place of his cherished Madeleines. Called ďHong Kong cakesĒ in English, these cakes a.. >

La Chinita Linda
166 8th Ave.
b/w 18th & 19th St.

$$$$$

1

Iíve spent a lot of time in Chelsea over the years.† As a cab driver, I go through that neighborhood at least†15 times per shift.† As an admirer†of New Yorkís gay community, Iíll m.. >

Dragon Bay Bakery
5711 8th Ave.

$$$$$

1

A few days ago I went into "wheezy asthmatic Robyn" mode after hacking on...something. My own bodily fluids, most likely. Unlike other times that my lungs decide to poot out, this .. >

Sapolo
501 Myrtle Ave.

$$$$$

3.8

1

I probably should know better than to try a restaurant like this, but I'm new to my neighborhood in Brooklyn and I thought I should try one of the local Chinese joints. It seems th.. >

Gum Fung
13628 39th Ave.

$$$$$

2.7

1

Har gow (Shrimp dumplings), Sui my (pork dumplings), Vegetable dumplings, Seafood dumpling in soup, Squid with seaweed salad, Salt-baked shrimp, Clams in brown sauce, Fried dough c.. >

Kam Man
311 E 204th St.

$$$$$

1

A very large, 2 floor place right on Canal Street. In the basement, there's a sea of fascinating kitchen hardware - steamers, rice cookers, bowls and utensils... >

M Shanghai Bistro & Den
129 HAve.meyer St.
b/w Grand St. & S 1st St.

$$$$$

1

"I'm convinced there's something addictive in this sauce," said my friend as she dipped a plump seafood dumpling. "Unfortunately, we always seem to crave it on Mondays, when this p.. >

King Yum Chinese Restaurant
18108 Union Tpke

$$$$$

2.8

1

I was at Belmont Park this weekend hanging out at the Grill Kings BBQ competition so I wasnít going to pass up the opportunity to visit nearby King Yum restaurant in the Flushing v.. >

Chef Liu's
1869 Bath Ave.

$$$$$

1

I spotted it outside a bakery in Chinatown on Bowery. WOO! ANATOMICALLY INCORRECT BEE CAKE! Incorrect because it has a tongue and it's 200000 times larger than a real bee. And it h.. >

Sichuan Palace
310 E 44th St.
b/w 1st & 2nd Ave.

$$$$$

1

An elegant midtown establishment near the UN, with reasonably priced fish maw and shark's fin soup on the menu... >

Shanghai Cafe
100 Mott St.
b/w Canal & Hester St.

$$$$$

1

Oh, how lovely it is to have friends like Jason who don't mind doing a good NYC food crawl, even on a muggy Saturday afternoon. Jason came down from Vassar with two of his friends,.. >

Mr. Chow Tribeca
121 Hudson St.
at N Moore St.

$$$$$

3

1

There's no place like Tribeca for Mr. Chow, the culinary wizard who has managed to open gourmet doors around the world to Chinese food, once not even considered haute cuisine by th.. >

Yogee Noodle
85 Chrystie St.
b/w Grand & Hester St.

$$$$$

1

Sunday was a perfect day for a long walk through Chinatown to test out the local fare.† One of the most amazing things about NYC is that in a moment you can be in another country.†.. >

Tang Pavilion
65 W 55th St.
b/w 5th & 6th Ave.

$$$$$

1

I feel like the quality at Tang Pavilion has dropped off a lot since I last went there a couple of years ago. But it's still popular enough that members of the head of the UN missi.. >

Home on 8th
391 8th Ave.
b/w 29th & 30th St.

$$$$$

1

Here's the next in the series of very-late restaurant reviews from our trip to New York last month. I'm determined to get them all done before we go there again... >

Saigon Bakery
138 Mott St.

$$$$$

5

1

The question of the day: Which is the superior sandwich, a roast pork banh mi or a mixed Italian cold cut hero? Is it just me, or has everyone fallen in love with the Vietnamese he.. >

Foo Shing Hand Fresh Noodle Soup Shop
2 E Broadway
at Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

Borrowing Singís camera for this one. Been kind of on a noodle binge for the past few weeks trying to check out the best noodle joints in Chinatown. Thereís the Hong Kong Noodle St.. >

Typhoon
165 8th Ave.
b/w 18th & 19th St.

$$$$$

2.6

1

I set out today to check out Typhoon to see if it was still a brewery. This was to follow-up on the Daily News article about breweries in New York... >

La Caridad
2199 Broadway

$$$$$

3.1

1

It's been a joke in a Seinfeld episode, and its also one of my favorite late-night dumps to eat at. Dirt cheap, and great "Bad Chinese American" cuisine, with a Latino twist... >

La Caridad 78
2199 Broadway
at 78th St.

$$$$$

2.4

1

Ever had black beans and spanish yellow rice with chow mein? La Caridad 78 is where Cuba meets Chinese. Thatís because the restaurant owners are ethnic Chinese born in Cuba. The or.. >

Kosher Deluxe
10 W 46th St.
b/w 5th & 6th Ave.

$$$$$

3

1

With nothing in mind to eat last week, I was wandering down 46th St. (btw. 5th & 6th) when I stumbled upon another one of those Kosher versions of the ubiquitous midtown deli.† San.. >

Ten Pell Chinese Restaurant
10 Pell St.
at Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

Across the street from Joe's Shanghai. The place was empty when I went in, but it gave good soup dumplings.. >

Ginger House
330 7th Ave.
b/w 28th & 29th St.

$$$$$

3

1

This is a new bar and restaurant at 370 7th Avenue, between 30th and 31st, not far from Madison Square Garden. It has only been open for about four weeks and is quite large and fan.. >

Ho Yip
7 W 45th St.
b/w 5th & 6th Ave.

$$$$$

3

1

I am not a big fan of Buffets by the pound- for obvious reasons.† Or maybe itís not so obvious if you are skinny and have any amount of self control.† Me, not so much.† I love the .. >

Golden King Bakery
90 Bowery

$$$$$

3

1

Weaknesses come in all shapes and sizes: one of my biggest takes the form of an inability to walk past a new Chinese bakery without stopping in for a treat or two (or seven). Worse.. >

Grand Sichuan NY
227 Lexington Ave.
b/w 33rd & 34th St.

$$$$$

2.7

1

The foodies on Chowhound and eGullet often sing the praises of their favorite Chinese food in New York; that being the food served at Grand Sichuan. I haven't had a chance to make .. >

Hip Hop Chow
129 2nd Ave.
b/w 7th St. & St. Marks Pl

$$$$$

2.7

1

I've had a lot of time to think about this review. ...And I still don't know how it's going to turn out. Basically, Saturday was an all around weird day that began with an odd brun.. >