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80 Good

The uptown outpost of Ed Schoenfeld and Joe Ng’s popular Chinese dim sum restaurant packs in the crowds night after night.

2170 Broadway, New York, NY, 10024


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The lowdown

Ed Schoenfeld and his partner in crime, the talented Hong Kong chef Joe Ng, serve the same brand of fresh, “farm style” market-driven Chinese cooking here as they do at the original West Village restaurant, although in a larger, more salubrious space. Ng has introduced a number of dishes exclusive to the uptown location, like diced tuna with crispy noodles, and barbecued duck breast, but the old favorites like spicy crispy beef, lobster with egg and pork, and anything with the words “dumpling” or “dim sum” after it still anchor the menu.

Adam Platt

What you need to know

Recommended DishesLobster; Grilled shrimp sautéed with Korean rice cake; all dumplings; diced tuna with crispy noodles.

DrinksFull Bar

Noise LevelBring earplugs!