March 12, 2005
Chinese and Malaysian restaurants
- Yeah Shanghai Deluxe
Excellent alternative to the more popular Shanghai restaurants on the same street.
- Ten Pell Chinese Restaurant
- Big Wong
Fast, cheap, ample
- Bo Ky
Personal favorite for noodle soups.
Nice little surprises.
- Hop Kee
- Yummy Noodles
- Nha Hang Pho Viet Huong
We like their new branch on Grand Street, between Bowery and Chrystie.
- Congee Village
Deena Burton's favorite. A very bamboo decor, very busy, big and interesting menu, excellent food.
- 118 Lucky Restaurant
Personal favorite hole in the wall. The absolutely freshest dumplings, Chinese chives and egg "empanadas" made on a dry grill to order, scallion pancake sandwiches. Mainly take out, but a tiny steel counter at the back lets a few people perch on high stools.
- Grand Sichuan Int'l
Personal favorite after art openings in Chelsea. Can be very spicy, big and interesting menu.
- Grand Sichuan Int'l Midtown
- Ipoh Restaurant
Malaysian, to be tried.
- Yogee Noodle
Malaysian, to be tried. My favorite is still the Malaysian (Singaporean) in the Arcade, between Bowery and Elizabeth, just below Canal.
- New York Noodletown
Personal favorite, the crowds, bright lights, and speed notwithstanding. Excellent casseroles and dishes with Chinese chives.
- Funky Broome
Tad expensive, but interesting menu and excellent food, friendly young waitstaff.
Posted by BKG at March 12, 2005 11:26 AM
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