After months of anticipation, Ed Schoenfeld and Joe Ng opened the uptown location of their Chinese hit Red Farm last Saturday. The space at 2170 Broadway previously housed the short-lived second outpost of Fatty Crab. Although the layout hasn't changed that much, the room is much brighter and cozier. It looks and feels just like the original on Hudson Street. The menu features favorites from the downtown restaurant plus a few new additions like a vegetable pancake, shrimp and mango dumplings, and diced raw tuna with noodles. Red Farm Upper West Side is currently open for lunch, but Ed and Joe plan to start serving dinner by the end of the month. Take a look around:
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[All photos by Bess Adler]