While there are plenty of New York City neighborhoods with stellar Chinese food, Manhattan’s Chinatown is still a leading destination for its diverse and flavorful cuisine. Cantonese fare and dim sum still predominate, though there are plenty of regional cuisines to be found, including Shanghainese, Taiwanese, Teochew, and Sichuan, plus some very good Vietnamese and Malaysian food. Soup dumplings, rice casseroles, noodles with or without gluten, stir fries, and fresh whole steamed fish — a signature of sorts — are in abundance in this historic neighborhood, with prices that run from very modest to very expensive. Ahead, the 26 top restaurants in Manhattan’s Chinatown for a nourishing and tasty snack or a proper feast.
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