Chinese Food Week, Eater's exploration of and ode to Chinese food in New York, is here. Check in throughout the week for interviews with some major figures in the Chinese culinary world, maps, guides, tours, videos, tips, and secrets, and look out for cameos from Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Eddie Huang, Ed Schoenfeld, Michael White, Jimmy Chin, and more.
And that's just here on the site. Out in the real restaurant world, seven of Eater's very favorite non-Chinese restaurants are putting a special, limited time only, made just for Chinese Food Week special on their menus. Check out what's on offer below, and look back throughout the week as we feature one (or two) of the special dishes every day.
It's never too early to block out that lunch break.
Osteria Morini: Chow fun Pappardelle; wok fried beef short rib and Chinese broccoli, toban djan chili, $15, offered at lunch.
Joseph Leonard: Szechuan Pork Belly with crispy chow mi fun, sugar snap peas, black mushrooms and spicy peanuts, $22, served at dinner.
Jeffrey's Grocery Littleneck Clams in Black Bean Sauce with Chinese sausage, baby bok choy and white rice, $20, served at dinner.
Dirt Candy: Mushroom Toast with Spicy Mayonnaise and Sweet Plum Sauce, $4, available at dinner.
Gramercy Tavern: Moo Shu Duck, $16, served in for lunch and dinner in the Tavern room.
Mailaino: Suckling Pig Wonton Soup with Scallions and Spicy Chicken Broth, $14, served at lunch Tues - Fri.
The Dutch: Lamb char Siu, ginger fried rice, pea leaves $18. Offered at lunch from 11:30 AM - 3 PM at The Dutch.
Try one, try them all, have fun, and Happy Chinese Food Week.