Nom Wah, the historic dim sum parlor on Doyer’s Street in New York City’s Chinatown, is officially offering delivery. Nom Wah made the announcement on Twitter last night, and then my editor frantically emailed me around midnight to ask if I had seen the good news.
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Nom Wah has teamed up with Try Caviar, a delivery service that covers Manhattan, San Francisco, and Seattle to bring you your favorite dim sum (or yum cha, more accurately) straight to your apartment, provided you live within Try Caviar’s delivery zone.
Other Manhattan restaurants available to you via Try Caviar include Luke’s Lobster, Café Habana, and Katz’s Delicatessen, among others. Filipino comfort food restaurant Jeepney and Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food are also coming soon to Try Caviar.
Even if you’re not too familiar with dim sum, Nom Wah’s menu, printed in English and Chinese, is worth a look. In addition to dim sum essentials like steamed spare ribs, shrimp dumplings, and bean curd rolls, Nom Wah offers larger plates like sweet and sour spare ribs and pan-fried noodles for sharing.
Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.