Jing Fong Restaurant 金豐大酒樓

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20 Elizabeth St (btwn Bayard & Canal St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 964-5256
Dim Sum, Chinese
$ $
Mon–Fri: 10:00 AM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: 9:30 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • if you're coming with non-chinese people, don't let them order. also come with a game plan of what you want to eat.
  • Dim sum deliciousness awaits you here, but do not get the chicken feet no matter how bold you're feeling. They are gross.
  • Awesome every time!
  • A great place to go for your first dim sum experience. Come early on a weekend to avoid a lengthy wait, especially if you're with a big group.
  • Go before noon on the weekends; otherwise, you'll wait an hour before you get seated! Order shrimp wrapped w/ rice noodles, bbq pork bun, turnip cake & shrimp dumplings
  • The food may not blow you away, but dining on dim sun in Jing Fong's cavernous hall will make you feel like a king.
  • While you're waiting for a table, step out onto Elizabeth St and look up at the brick facade and peaked roof this was once the Atlantic Garden, a famous German beer garden opened in 1858. Read more:
  • My first and only choice for dim sum in the city. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Go here for not just your fill of Dim Sum, but your fill of authentic out-of-America experience!
  • While you wait for your table go down the street and grab a bubble tea!
  • Enjoy your chicken feets with mimosa !! Ask for Jing Fong Ali
  • Truly massive dim sum hall with greasy but satisfying dim sum classics.
  • Peak hours are around noon on weekends for dim sum - it gets packed and chaotic.
  • Great dim sum; extremely fresh and hot to serve! Truly a must try place, if you're ever in the area ;)
  • Not a fan
  • Very popular for dim sum so get here before 11am!
  • There is a Caucasian girl going around with a cocktail cart. This is kind of amazing.
  • Awesome dim sum!
  • Jing Fong has been gentrified.
  • Definitely the place for dim sum if you can swing it in before watching the celebrations. You'll get your pick of fresh, tasty, and hot dim sum from carts that are pushed around.