East Harbor Seafood Palace (迎賓大酒樓)

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Details
714 65th St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 765-0098
Seafood, Dim Sum, Chinese
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Great and crowded place for delicious Dim Sum (dont miss the pork buns) and early dinner (try the Pan Fried Flounder and the Hot & Sour soup).
  • Calling all fans of crispy fried chicken skin (soeveryone right?). The crispy chicken with dry minced garlic is succulent with some seriously crackling skin!
  • Best dim sum in Brooklyn. Try not to eat your arm off while waiting for a table.
  • Because i brought my white bf, they added tax to our bill! NOT paying for it. Get it adjusted! Im chinese you fools!
  • Dim Sum and Dinner food is amazing. What more can you ask for? Fresh Dim Sum until 3pm! For Dim Sum, try this pork intestine dish and salt&pepper squid.
  • Got to try eating dinner here the chef's cook the food very well and authentic
  • Try the bamboo pith-deliriously spongy, unlike anything you've tasted-the winter melon provides a plain green backdrop. The broth in which the constituents flounder is chicken-y tasting & soothing
  • Amazing food
  • Come early on the weekends for dim sum or be prepared to stand in a cramp, crowded waiting area w/ 50+ others for nearly an hour, though they may tell you "20 minutes." Good enough, but not the best.
  • Don't stop with just the dim sum. Large platters of seafood, rice, stew, and other dishes I don't know the name of are served all day!
  • Cold Dungeness crab with vinegar, watercress conch soup, steamed scallops with XO sauce vermicelli, bamboo pith pea leaves, braised lamb casserole, crabmeat e-fu noodles, egg pudding tapioca pearls
  • Get there early. Ask to waive tea fee.
  • Food is somewhat expensive and great for groups!
  • The gor jing jung (big lotus leaf wrap w/ sticky rice), corn + pumpkin sweet soup, and peanut + coconut covered mochi is the best.
  • This restaurant produces some of the finest dim sum this city offers. At 2 p.m. pricier fare starts appearing on the carts whirling through the dining room, but over-rice dishes are always cheap.
  • Best Dim Sum in NYC. Just try whatever looks good
  • Best time to come is 10:30-11AM to secure a table with 15-20 min wait, so have a early bird buddy arrive to get a ticket number for your group. They roll out the fresh/best dishes for peak hour 12PM~
  • Great restaurant, clean and pretty with parking garage next door. A+
  • If you're ever here for dinner, order the scallops (ordered per person). Super fresh and prepared well.
  • Best dim sum in bk! Ha Gao (Steamed shrimp dumplings) FTW