|Dim Sum via FirstWeFeast.com|
Where: Various locations
Who: All ages
Dragon Land Bakery- 125 Walker Street, New York, New York :
They have great pastries, cheese twists & pastries with red bean filling.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor- 13 Doyers Street, New York, New York:
The first Dim Sum parlor in NYC, serving since 1920. Definitely get the egg roll and any other plates that tingle your senses.
Jing Fong - 20 Elizabeth Street, New York, New York :
Another great Dim Sum place along Elizabeth street.
Peking Duck House- 28 Mott Street, New York, New York:
Do you like duck? Then make this your first stop, there is no need to give 24 hour notice and it is delish.
Wo Hop - 17 Mott Street, New York, New York :
Try some old time “Cantonese” dishes
Joe's Shanghai -9 Pell Street, New York, New York:
Try their “soup” dumplings – A Shanghai specialty that is delish and offers a “spurt” of yummy soup with every bite.
Ten Ren- 75 Mott Street, New York, New York
Check them out for fabulous exotic teas and you may even be able to participate in a traditional tea ceremony
Deluxe Food Market- 79 Elizabeth Street, New York, New York
If you’re in a hurry stop here for prepared foods to go such as noodles of all kinds, seafood, veggies & more.
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