Huge, spiffy Cantonese place with a large dim sum menu and cart service.
Another no-frills Chinatown gem; dim sum is especially good.
Chinatown spot specializing in hot pots.
Authentic Chinese food; ask for the Chinese menu with English translations to get the best selection.
White-tablecloth Chinatown spot with a wide, sometimes adventurous menu and standout seafood.
Reasonably priced authentic Cantonese cuisine plus unusual house specialties.
Takeout-only chop suey joint with the standard vast menu and inexpensive combo plates. Cash only.
Cantonese and Mandarin specialties and good dim sum; it has a sister restaurant in Uptown.
Bright new Chinatown restaurant with a large menu, group dining options, afternoon tea, and lunch specials.
CLOSED. Cantonese restaurant specializing in dim sum and tank-fresh seafood.
Omnibus Asian restaurant best worth seeking out for its hand-pulled noodles and xiao long bao, Chinese soup dumplings.
Chinese restaurant featuring the warming cuisine of Dongbei, aka Manchuria.
Reliable Chinatown dining room specializing in Peking duck.
Offers both familiar and unusual authentic Chinese dishes.
Another regional Chinese restaurant from Tony Hu (Lao Sze Chuan).
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