Chinatown is a neighborhood in New York City known for its wide variety of restaurants. It is a 15 min cab ride from Hotel Mela a Times Square Hotel. Here are some of the best restaurants in Chinatown New York City:
The Peking Duck House is a very popular choice for both locals and tourists. They offer four different menus; dinner service, banquet service and the Peking Duck and Special House dinners. The restaurant’s ambience is warm and inviting, with both bright lights in the middle of the dining room and softer lights above the tables that frame the dining room. This allows for either a social dinner between friends or a more romantic dinner for couples. The spacious dining room layout means that diners are never packed in like sardines in a can, but can enjoy their meal comfortably.
Joe’s Ginger is known for serving Shanghai Cuisine in Hong Kong Style. Some of the dishes they are famous for include Braised Duck and Pork Shoulders, Shredded Turnip Shortcake and Lion’s Head. Their famous soup dumpling comes with crabmeat and pork or just the pork by itself. Joe’s Ginger also serves vegetarian meals and serves a different Chef’s special everyday. They specialize in cold platters as well.
Xi’an Favorite Foods is another popular restaurant located in Chinatown. It has been featured on Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, Man vs Food with Adam Richman and No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain. This restaurant’s food fuses the flavors and textures of Chinese and Middle Eastern foods. Chinese residents of NYC often go to Xi’an Favorite Foods because the food is so authentic.
All of these have been rated one of the best restaurants in Chinatown New York City providing delicious food and impeccable service to both local residents and tourists. For a truly exciting food experience, it is worth taking a trip to Chinatown whenever you happen to be in Manhattan. Locals know that Chinatown is a dream come true for foodies.