Oriental Garden 福臨門海鮮酒家

Dim Sum, Chinese, Asian
$ $
14 Elizabeth St (btwn Bayard & Canal St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 619-0085
10:00am - 10:30pm
10:00am - 10:30pm
10:00am - 10:30pm
10:00am - 10:30pm
10:00am - 10:30pm
10:00am - 10:30pm
10:00am - 10:30pm



  • A bit less touristy than its neighbor, Jing Fong, this is a solid dim sum option in Chinatown. We love the chive dumplings the most!
  • One of rhe best dimsum and live seafood in Chinatown.
  • Say it's your friends birthday. They'll bring out some sweets with a TRICK CANDLE! "Who doesn't love a good trick candle?" -Chuckles McB
  • If any of Chinatown's best dim sum joints are undiscovered, this one is, though long weekend waits suggest otherwise. Chinatown pros and pro chefs alike consider it best-of-breed. [Eater 38 Member]
  • This unfussy Chinese restaurant serves terrific awesome seafood dishes as well as surprisingly delicate dim sum. The scene can be hectic, especially during the weekend lunch rush. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Shrimp balls and mayonnaise - absolutely must get!!
  • the lobster country-style and chives with lily bulbs are must orders. dont forget the limited dim sum menu available at dinner.
  • Simply put, everything we ordered was deliciousdisappointing that they were out of Peking Duck, however.
  • My favorite dim sum restaurant in Chinatown! Their shrimp noodle, pork/shrimp sui mai dumpling & pork buns are must haves.
  • Good quality dim sum. Doesn't hurt that the glitzier neighbor Jing Fong sucks up most of the touristy traffic.
  • Can't beat the dim sum.
  • stop waiting in the weekend dim sum lines at jing fong or golden unicorn like animals. come here for quality, civilized dim sum and get one of everything.
  • David Chang, chef of M Pche, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Lobster country style.
  • Perfect blend of Jing Fong/Red Egg experiences: you can order both off the cart and off the menu, but without the 30-45 min wait for seats. Get pork ribs, steamed pork buns, and tofu rolls
  • Often lauded as the best seafood joint in Chinatown, Oriental Garden serves clay pot oysters, fried shrimp balls, and clams in black bean sauce to adoring patrons.
  • Amazing as usual. Get the crab claw.
  • Best dim sum in Manhattan. Better ingredients than anywhere else and all perfectly cooked. Excellent service as well - not expected at dim sum.
  • Have been going to Dim sum here for years. They are pleasantly rude nice;)
  • Some of the vegetable plates cost $19 and they're tiny. Just keep an eye out, we were surprised.
  • Although they're known for their seafood, Oriental Garden's peking duck (served with fluffy buns) is pretty much outstanding.

Nearby places

65 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
75 Mott St (btwn Canal & Bayard St)
49 Bayard St (Btwn Elizabeth St. & Bowery)