RedFarm

Chinese, Dim Sum, Asian
$ $ $
529 Hudson St (btwn Charles & W 10th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 792-9700
Monday
5:00pm - 11:30pm
Tuesday
5:00pm - 11:30pm
Wednesday
5:00pm - 11:30pm
Thursday
5:00pm - 11:30pm
Friday
5:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Sunday
11:00am - 11:00pm

Dim Sum master chef Joe Ng and Chinese food expert Ed Schoenfeld elevate Chinese food to a whole new level in the West Village. Red Farm offers deconstructed and innovative cuisine incorporating a farm-to-table mindset. From small plates to mouthwatering dim sum creations, Red Farm is sure to open your eyes and appetite to a new realm of Chinese food.

Menu

Tips

  • Try the rib eye. The luscious beef gets an overnight bath in soy and an expert sear to tease out its umami richness. Its one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
  • this place is whiter than the Hamptons.
  • The person who invented pastrami egg rolls should be knighted.
  • Head here for brunch if you want to try to avoid the crowds. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Dim sum is unreal. Ideal meal is crab and pork soup dumplings, Katz pastrami egg roll, BBQ pork belly, and pan fried spicy pork buns. You'll pay twice the price of Chinatown and it'll be worth it.
  • The toilet is AMAZING. Top-of-the-line Japanese jobber that does everything for you but your business.
  • no reservations, and the experience is so much better with more people! Stick with ordering a bunch of small plates, and damn that Pastrami Egg Roll is a gift from the heavens!
  • Peep the 5 seat bar for a free spot before you put your name down, you might just luck into a 0 minute wait. Once there, get the pan-fried pork buns with spicy sauce, they are phenomenal!
  • Unlike most dim sum places, this spot does its biggest business at night. The Katz's Pastrami Egg Rolls are incredible, and the Pac Mac Dumplings are great too - they even put little eyeballs on them!
  • A cheffy, well-done take on Chinese-American classics; don't miss the dumplings, particularly the excellent xiao long bao.
  • Magical Chinese and Dim Sum! Best pork soup dumplings NYC! Foodie Magician fav!
  • At Ed Schoenfeld and Joe Ngs lively New Yorkified Chinese spot, Red Farm, crisp-fried lamb dumplings are concocted in a wood-beamed urban farm setting. Theres a lot to like about this fresh remix.
  • Catherine is the BEST! Contact her for all your party and reservation needs!
  • Menu includes egg rolls filled with Katz's pastrami, shrimp & spinach-y dumplings shaped like goldfish, daikon cupcakes, chrysanthemum shrimp, & fried fish on a stick with Sichuan peppercorn salt.
  • farm to table Chinese from the former frontman at shun lee and a bunch of chinatown cooks. tastes as good as it sounds.
  • Pastrami egg rolls. Heaven
  • Favorites include the chicken salad, pork & crab soup dumplings, and three chili chicken. An earthy, chic, rustic space, RedFarm is sure to please.
  • You must try the Crispy Beef, amazing!
  • The first bite of the wide rice noodle with roast duck brought back memories of Hong Kong. This place is for real, if only a bit too pricey.
  • Worth the wait!! Everything was amazing! Especially the lobster dumplings and the three spice chicken. Get involved!!!

Nearby places

510 Hudson St (at Christopher St)
61 Grove St (at 7th Ave S)
401 Bleecker St (W 11th St)