This place isn’t fancy, but the food is very good. The have a great tea list, a decent beer list and a crappy wine list. It’s also cash only, which is kind of a pain. We enjoyed the scallion pancakes, the egg fried rice, the...More
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I was pleasantly surprised with this restaurant. Service was quick. The food choices are unbelievable. We ordered dumplings, shrimp wrapped in bacon, fried rice a dumpling soup, etc. Everything was so fresh and so good. Portions were good also. This restaurant is on a street...More
Great service, good flavours hot and fresh. Options for vegetarians who eat fish/seafood. Best steamed pork buns we have had. Living in BC we have numerous restaurants to choose from for dim sum and the Nom Wah in New York is an excellent choice.
I had higher expectation about this place, as it got decent rating and that it is located in Manhattan China Town which is known for decent Cantonese food. But once I tried it, I was quite disappointed. The quality of the rice roll can say...More
This place is always hopping so expect a wait. We heard that it is not bad during the week but expect an hour in the weekend. You can get a soda to drink outside while you wait. Inside the joint looks like a diner. This...More
This place has been around since 1920, and it wears its age proudly. From the faded signage to the vintage tables and counters, Nom Wah is like taking a step back in time. Fortunately they do some things in a more up to date manner...More
Excellent dumplings, bao, scallion pancakes & other delicious food in a casual eatery that clearly attracts the tourists as well as regulars. Efficient service. Less noisily overwhelming than some big dim sum halls are.
Came here on a Sunday & was seated immediately. The restaurant has an old school feel to it. You can tell that there was so much history there. They were very busy but the service was consistent, fast & friendly. The dim sum was amazing....More