Best New York Dim Sum
The Best Dim Sum in NYC is found downtown in Chinatown. Those rolling carts of mysterious and delicious dishes pushing through the restaurant’s narrow aisles like cars on narrow crooked streets. Little portions of tasty foods for an even smaller price.
Dim Sum Palace
334 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036
Easygoing restaurant serving an array of dim sum favorites, along with classic Chinese entrees. A focus on traditional Cantonese dishes and made to order Dim Sum. Dim Sum Palace wants to share with you what we loved eating with our families growing up.
529 Hudson Street, at West 10th St.
Creative dim sum & other modern, seasonal Chinese food in a cozy & rustic farmhouse-style setting. Under the watchful eye of chef Joe Ng great spot for a modern take on Chinese classics with a higher price tag too. Located in West Village, definitely worthy of a visit. If the place is crowded check out Decoy bar downstairs and enjoy the wait.
Tim Ho Wan
85 4th Ave, New York, NY 10003
Branch of an acclaimed Hong Kong-based chain specializing in dim sum served day & night. I first visited the Tim Ho Wan at the mall of Asia and it was incredible. Went to a show on Astor Place Theater and was glad we feel upon this location.
Dim Sum Go Go
5 E Broadway, New York, NY 10038
This basic Chinese spot serves a long list of dim sum from a menu rather than a trolley. Located in Chinatown between two bridges is Dim Sum Go Go. Michelin and Zagat rated. We serve our dim sum freshly made as you order.
22 Mott St between Pell and Worth St.
Massive, bustling Cantonese mainstay ferrying a wide variety of dim sum via fast-moving carts. This Chinatown favorite has been in business for 15 years. The menu carries a heavy number of fresh fish dishes.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor
13 Doyers Street, bet. Bowery and Pell St.
Vintage dim sum parlor dating back to 1920 with a drink menu that includes tea, beer & wine. The oldest dim sum parlor in the city and operated by Wilson Tang, who took over from his uncle, Wally, in 2010. Located on the enchanting and hard to find Doyers Street. The place is too small for rolling carts, so you order dim sum off the menu.
14 Elizabeth St, near Canal Street.
Longtime Cantonese restaurant serving fresh seafood from tanks plus dim sum in a busy banquet hall. – Typical Chinatown restaurant with a lack of décor, very good food, and at a cheap price. What are you waiting for, free parking!
Dynasty Dim Sum
381 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
Elevated dim sum along with wok & hibachi fare for dining in a hip, modern space, to-go or delivery. Stumbled upon this little gem that I never knew about when my husband and I were trying to grab a bite ahead of an event.
20 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10013
This enormous Cantonese restaurant draws crowds on weekends for dim sum rolled out on carts. With its new grand dining hall, Jing Fong focused on bringing to its guests the traditional Chinese dining experience ̶ a social gathering meant to be shared with friends, family, loved ones and even strangers.
After the best dum sum in NYC, head over to very fun Pearl River Mart for a bargain store selling all items Chinese, 477 Broadway near Broome Street.
New York City food tours are a perfect way to walk around great neighborhoods like the Brooklyn Bridge, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown and eat in iconic New York shops and restaurants. All tours include a full meal and visit famous historic points of interest.