Great New York Noodle Town
What Great New York Noodle Town in Chinatown lacks in decor, it makes up for in cheap, but good food and speedy service. Hanging meats and chopping blocks take up the front part of this Chinese restaurant and no-frills tables fills the rest. Signature dishes are the wonton soup, with whole shrimp inside firm noodles, chunks of pork, and rich broth, and the roast pork, which has an extra crispy skin. The restaurant is also known for its salt baked seafood: lightly deep-fried shrimp, soft-shell crabs, scallops, and squid with a crispy crust.
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From Food & Wine , MAR 2007
'Their food is the best,' Ilan says of this Chinatown institution. 'The skin on the roasted baby pig is so thin and crispy, it’s like a candy shell. It’s served at room temperature, so I have no idea how the skin stays so crispy. Everything is simple, cheap and delicious.'...MORE
From Food & Wine , SEP 2005
Beyond noodles, this bustling spot offers an amazing wonton soup with roast pork....MORE