Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao

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Details
38-12 Prince St (at 39th Ave)
Flushing, NY 11354
(718) 321-3838
Dumplings, Asian, Chinese
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 8:00 AM–11:30 PM Sat–Sun: 8:00 AM–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • The xiao long bao here are huge, have thick chewy skins, lots of soup and delicious filling. You can watch them being made in the kitchen! Explore Flushing Chinatown while you wait to get in. - Alexa
  • Duh, get the xiao long bao!
  • Soup dumplings here are better than Joe Shanghai's.
  • When eating soup dumplings bite the tip and then suck the juices out. Yumm!
  • Amazingly good XLB of course. You may find it too salty due to the soy sauce or the taste of your tears silently streaming down your face at the taste of such authentic shanghai style dimsum
  • The soup dumplings aren't what they used to be, but still pretty good. They should be the focus of your order.
  • Though known for their XLB, "dont overlook the Pan Fried Pork Buns. A juicy pork meatball is housed inside a tender and fluffy bun, with a golden fried bottom. Its the pot sticker of steamed buns."
  • The best (and most underrated) soup dumplings in NYC, big juicy and cheap as hell.
  • the best xiaolongbao in the city.
  • Everything. Just eat everything.
  • soup dumplings!!! yum
  • You know why you're here... The soup dumplings!!! They're a must. They were my first soup dumplings ever. Also try: spicy wontons, scallion pancakes and rice cakes with shredded pork! #nyceats
  • Simply put, the best place for soup dumplings in NYC. Also get the scallion pancake to sop up any spilled dumpling soup, as the dumplings are super juicy.
  • Holy crap the wontons in spicy sauce are FREAKING AWESOME.
  • Get the regular xiao long bao and Shanghainese udon noodles.
  • Do the pork instead of the crab buns. Dumpring sauuussss
  • Get the steamed crab meat pork buns and scallion pancake with beef!
  • Try the Soup Dumplings - Best soup dumplings in New York! #NYCdumplings
  • Steamed pork (Soup) dumplings. Seafood with crispy noodles.
  • The 1-2 punch of crab and pork soup dumplings followed by pan fried juicy pork buns will knock you into dumpling heaven for $11. You just need to take the 7 to the last stop to get there.