106 Mosco St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Mulberry St.
By chiuthis on 9/29/2009
The place pictured is the one on Allen Street that has since closed down. They are far more superior than the place on Mosco. It's a same they lost their lease.
By carlito169 on 1/30/2003
The name says it all! While there's nothing glamorous about the food or the decor, this is THE place for delicious and down right cheap pan fried dumplings (5 for $1). The other items on the menu, soups (hot & sour, wonton soup and egg drop) and pork buns are tasty and equally great values, they pale in comparison to the restaurant's name sake specialty. You'll leave this place saying hmmm... dumplings. If you feel so inclined to cook them in the comfort of your own home, the dumplings are sold frozen (30 for $5).
By exciteme on 7/7/2007
The food is great given the price. Not the most memorable dumplings, but at 5 dumplings for a dollar, one can't complain.
By jmmile01 on 7/22/2013
Stumbled on this place while walking through Chinatown and HAD to stop in. Got 5 dumplings for $1 (amazed at this still) and was actually slightly full from just 5! If I had gotten double it would have been dinner for... $2! This spot is incredibly authentic and delicious! Can't wait to go back. Just don't expect great service. I think the women hate everyone that walks in there but it just adds to the charm.