Good choice for 30 years, same quality as usual. Always good food, simple and fast. My wife love to come here.
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Our family has been coming here for decades just like so many other Chinese families. Place is really old school but solidly good. Black bean spareribs and the sticky rice in lotus leaf are both really good. But the real classic and best seller here is the baked roast pork bun - people buy boxes of them to go! Expect... More
Stop here if you want to go where the chinese locals go -- and set your expectations for a no frills, cheap, bustling, dim sum hole in the wall. This place has been here for awhile, so they're doing something right. I like the tripe, spareribs, chickens feet and sticky rice. Salty yes, wash it down with some hot tea.... More
Visited this after reading excellent reviews. Unclean and shabby to look at but we still hoped for good food. We opted for dim sum. It was greasy and tasted processed. The staff were not friendly and the waiter stood behind us staring at us the whole time. Made for a very uncomfortable experience. Both me and my partner felt sick... More
Consistently top quality baked roast pork buns, cheong fun, and other familiar Cantonese snacks. Still my favorite for NY Chinatown - although the waiting can be irksome at times. I've been a fan since they were at 21 Mott for decades - they go through an amazing number of take out items daily.
Had dinner with 7 Chinese friends who are either from, live in and/or work in Chinatown. They picked the place and selected the dishes!! Fantastic!!! And the bill with tip was about $120 for all of us!!!
Authentic Chinatown coffee shop. Best of a dwindling few. I always get dozens of my favorites to bring home. Highly recommended. Great value.
It's one of the sketchy Chinese place I have ate in my life The chicken fried rice was horrible , the spring roll was soaked in oil and the fried shrimp ball was something suspicious Overall the quality and taste was below par
The dim sum at Hop Shing is among the best,not just locally but globally. My business travel has allowed to sample dim sum at top restaurants in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, London, San Francisco and LA. Hop Shing remains a favorite. It's offerings are narrower than at other dim sum joints, but the quality of what they do offer is... More
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