Chefs' Favorite Chinese Restaurants in the U.S.

For chefs like Momofuku's David Chang, “Chinese food is a comfort food. It’s what I want to eat after I've spent 48 hours traveling, or h...
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Lucky Eight; Brooklyn, New York

“The chef here has a Cantonese sensibility honed by years of working in high-end Singapore hotels,” says owner Ed Schoenfeld of New York City’s RedFarm. “His audience is a sophisticated Chinese foodie community, and the menu skews toward authentic flavors, creative and elaborate preparations.” Diners, surrounded by tanks of various sea creatures, come for the Pride of Lucky Eight, a signature dish of stir-fried chives, crunchy Chinese celery, rehydrated shiitake, meaty abalone and shreds of dried scallop. 5204 Eighth Ave., (718) 851-8862

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