Chinatown cheap-dining institution offering bubble teas and a pan-Asian menu of almost 1,000 choices.
Cantonese spot that could use some spicing up.
Chinatown restaurant with great seafood.
Great dim sum before 3 PM; elegant Hong Kong standards after.
Shanghainese restaurant from Tony Hu.
Cantonese Chinatown spot with fresh, flavorful fare.
Another no-frills Chinatown gem; dim sum is especially good.
Cantonese restaurant slightly out of the way but worth a trek for its wide-ranging menu and fresh seafood.
Superlative hot pots and exotica including "Chinese medicine."
Starter-kit Korean, Chinatown's sole option for the cuisine.
Huge, spiffy Cantonese place with a large dim sum menu and cart service.
Chinatown spot specializing in hot pots.
Bright new Chinatown restaurant with a large menu, group dining options, afternoon tea, and lunch specials.
Omnibus Asian restaurant best worth seeking out for its hand-pulled noodles and xiao long bao, Chinese soup dumplings.
Second Chinatown location of the popular minichain, this one specializing in Japanese dishes like yakitori, sukiyaki, and shabu shabu, cook-it-yourself Japanese hot pot.
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