Dinner in Chinatown is a required experience for anyone visiting New York City. Chinatown restaurants are known for delicious, affordable meals, which range from mom and pop stands selling dumplings from $1 on the street to huge dim sum palaces like the Golden Unicorn. With one of the largest populations of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, you can find restaurants representing a wide range of culinary traditions from across China, including Cantonese-speaking Guangdong Province and Mandarin-speaking Fujian Province. Use our list of restaurants as a guide to your Chinatown dining experience.
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