The boom in Chinese food restaurants throughout East Village is maintaining its stride, giving both residents and tourists quite a vast amount of options to choose from. Han Dynasty, for instance, is an eatery that was imported from Philadelphia, and it offers exquisite dishes such as lamb for only $25 a portion. The restaurant has been in business since the year 2013, and it hasn’t lost any momentum when it comes to the buzz surrounding their magnificent cuisine.
- Tim Ho Wan is a restaurant that has been imported from Hong Kong and has been around since December of 2016.
- Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings was founded in 2014, and known for incorporating farmer’s market ingredients.
- For a cultured scenery of intricate art and lighting, check out The Bao which was based off of a Kung-Fu eatery.
“While the neighborhood has long been home to Japanese restaurants, it’s now also a bonafide destination for ambitious fare from the Sinosphere, defined here as Chinese, Taiwanese, Hong Kongese, or otherwise Chinese adjacent.”