100 Mott St
New York, NY 10013
Chinatown aficionados know this relative newcomer for its exceptionally juicy soup dumplings, and the restaurant brings something upbeat to this still lower-income neighborhood: a bright, pleasant, cafe atmosphere with a robust menu. Peach walls, metal mesh chairs, and rainbow neon ceiling tubes lend a perky ’80s feel, and the roomy booths and plentiful seating help avoid table-sharing occurrences. – Citysearch
Another one of my Cheap Eats spots that I visit frequently in a month! It’s always packed here on weekends with foreigners and people that live around the neighborhood. The food comes quick and is just as good as Joe’s Shanghai, take a look at what I had after the jump…
Fried Dumplings – luvz the texture of the skin!
Crab Meat Dumplings – a must have, I can only manage to eat 2 pieces each time haha, its way too filling if I tried for some more
Pork Chop Noodle Soup – its very plain and doesn’t have a lot of taste to it but for some reason I like it
Dessert – Red Bean Dumplings!! soooo goodddddd