Friendly Italian warhorse in the heart of Chinatown.
Cantonese-Mandarin Chinatown restaurant.
White-tablecloth Chinatown spot with a wide, sometimes adventurous menu and standout seafood.
Reasonably priced authentic Cantonese cuisine plus unusual house specialties.
Cantonese and Mandarin specialties and good dim sum; it has a sister restaurant in Uptown.
Reliable Chinatown dining room specializing in Peking duck.
Offers both familiar and unusual authentic Chinese dishes.
The latest from Tony Hu, in the former Lure Izakaya space.
Tony Hu's celebrated Szechuan restaurant, featuring an endless menu that runs from crab rangoon to LaLaLa Extremely Spicy Diced Fish LeShan Style (with bone).
Kooky but fun restaurant and lounge from Tony Hu.
Charming and contemporary; a bit more elegant than its neighbors.
Sprawling modern Chinese restaurant with five private rooms in addition to the two bustling main dining rooms.
Shanghai specialties are the highlight at this Martha'd up Chinatown spot.
Chinatown gem with excellent dim sum; come early.
Reliable Polynesian-style eatery with festive ambience on both floors.
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