Ping's Seafood

Row 1

22 Mott St
New York, NY 10013
(212) 602-9988
Dim Sum, Seafood, Chinese
$ $
Mon–Fri: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 9:00 AM–11:30 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–11:00 PM

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  • I had the dim sum. It was ok. Then we ordered duck and we were finally satisfied. Staff doesn't speak English.
  • Typically less crowded than the mega dim sum joints like Jing Fong and Golden Unicorn and the food is just as good. Get the pork buns, shrimp har gow, pork shumei, and lo mai gai.
  • Excellent food. Everything fresh
  • ... An asian take on soul food.
  • Amazing food. Best in NYC. I lived in China for two years and NYC most of my life. Hands down best place to eat in NYC.
  • Stick mostly to seafood. XO Sauce is solid. Jicama Siu-Chow = a must-order.
  • Ping's is one of the few places in Chinatown that's credit card friendly.
  • Dim sum is solid. Nice to see a place with carts still being pushed around. Congee is really good.
  • Less crowded than the larger dim sum restaurants
  • Best dim sum in Chinatown
  • Been here a few times for dimsum, still prefer Nom Wah and Golden Unicorn. < two of my fav!
  • The lobster!!!!!!
  • The best dim sum
  • If you want to get in on some weekend Dim Sum make sure to get there with a party smaller than 6 people before 12 noon or you are in for an hour wait
  • Good service, affordable & food is good:)
  • They have great pineapple buns for dim sum (they actually contain real pineapple). Ask for them upfront as they tend to run out.
  • My only dim sum place. Fresh food and allows private seating for parties of two.
  • Fried oysters & Green Jade Fried rice are tops, but the crowds come for the weekend Dim Sum which is outstanding. Best/freshest seafood in chinatown.
  • Best place to have dim sum. Love all the food, The service is great and the price is fair.
  • Lobster noodles