This place is a well known restaurant in Chinatown and is worth a visit if you haven't gone there already. The owner boasts that Al Pacino has dubbed this spot as being his favorite Chinese restaurant. Their specialty dish is their salt and pepper crab which appears to be enjoyed by both Asian and Americanized palettes.
Ollie's has been serving the New York City area for many years, providing the best Sichuan cooking this side of Chongqing. Their chefs are well trained and know how to make a hearty meal taste wonderful.
DinTaiFung established its reputation and have been highly praised by the media including being selected as one of the top ten restaurants in the world by the "New York Times". It has also been voted as the most favored dining place by political and commercial celebrities and is one of the must-see places for national and international stars.
With a seating capacity of 100, Panda Restaurant has been in the fast lane of development since it is taken over by Zhao in 2003. Its well adapted taste of Chinese cuisine to the locals' preference has gained itself high popularity among the town's population. Every day, numerous takeout orders are placed and the restaurant also provides pleasing catering service.
Joy Luck IV has become known around town for offering a comprehensive Asian dining experience for all those who are looking for healthy yet still tasty Chinese cuisine. Featuring a large selection of seafood and authentic Cantonese dim sum, the restaurant attracts foodies within and beyond the area. Catering to a large crowd of Chinese and non-Chinese, the restaurant is often quite packed during peak dining hours.
Located in Vestal, New York, Buffet Star is a grand buffet restaurant specializing in Chinese, Japanese, Singapore, Malaysia, Thai and Korean cuisines.
New York Magazine says, "The name may be generic but Szechuan Gourmet is anything but ordinary." Known in Manhattan as one of the only authentic Szechuan eateries around, Szechuan Gourmet not only serves up classic and delicious fare, but they do so at an incredible price. They have a mix of standard Chinese favorites and traditional Szechuan dishes, so no matter what you're looking for you will be pleasantly surprised.
The Chans family came to the United States in the 70's and opened Chan's Place in August 1980. Since then, Chans have committed to providing the best service to their customers. Chan's Place specializes in dishes like Hot and Sour Soup, Pan Stickers, Orange Beef and a selection of House Specialties under the title "Crème de la Crime".
Hunan Manor Restaurant was selected by USA Today February 5, 1999 as one of "Ten Great Places to Celebrate the Chinese New Year in the Nation" – You can celebrate everyday at Hunan Manor!
Golden Gate Chinese Restaurant has become known by foodies for being the perfect place for just about any occasion. It has been covered by the local media including both television and radio stations due to its fantastic word of mouth. Bursting on to the national culinary scene by placing in the top 10 of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in America Competition, Golden Gate Restaurant has a bright future ahead of it. Garnering a handful of awards and having appeared on the cover of numerous publications; word of Golden Gate's quality dishes, spectacular service, and inspiring décor has reached foodies across the US, giving it exposure nationwide.
The decor is quite Chinese, with many reds and golds, and certainly more opulent than plain white walls. Multiple floors are available to handle many diners - like other restaurants in Chinatown, this place is able to host large affairs like weddings. Even with many floors, this place gets crowded, so arrive early - you'll also score the freshest dim sum.
Ming's Chinese Restaurant was recognized as No.3 Top100 Overall Excellence winner in 2010, which has grabbed the attention of mass media, including KTSF 26, the New York Post, and CBS News. The recipe for its success is Su's approach on maintaining his viewpoint as well as satisfying customers' needs.
Hon Lin Restaurant on San Mateo Avenue in San Bruno features authentic Chinese cuisine. The place is clean and tastefully decorated. With great ambiance and perfect food, this is one of the best Chinese restaurants in town.
Fung's Kitchen Seafood Restaurant is an eating establishment that offers a range of food items and beverages. The restaurant specializes in Chinese cuisine and seafood, as well as provides catering services. Its banquet hall and private rooms accommodate more than 340 people. Fung's Kitchen Seafood Restaurant provides space for business meetings and private functions. The restaurant serves over 400 Hong Kong-style cooked dishes.
A traditional Taiwanese restaurant, the tea here is served with the pot on top of a candleholder, which keeps it warm at all times. You'll get a complimentary dish of seaweed salad to start and the specialty is seafood. The parking lot in the back is small, but there is also free parking in front.
Spicy City is nothing spectacular, but it was edible. It is a step above fast food quality, but there are many other places that offer better dishes, bigger portion, and cheaper prices especially during lunch time. The lunch specials lack in all of the above.
With a well maintained parking lot, Lum Yuen Chinese Restaurant decors its exterior with moving lights, which made it easier to find and more attractive in appearance.
The Golden Buddha has been serving exquisite, authentic Mandarin and Szechuan cuisine since 1975. Located on the near northeast side, the restaurant has been the area's premier destination for upscale Chinese for over 37 years.
New Yong Kang is a dine-in and take-out family restaurant to take friends, colleagues, date, spouse, young children and teenagers for a tasty meal at affordable prices.
China Great Buffet is an ideal paradise for living seafood lovers. Besides great buffet choices, the dining environment and comfortable service make customer feel relaxed as at home.