456 Shanghai Cuisine

Chinese, Asian
$ $
69 Mott St (btwn Canal & Bayard St.)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 964-0003
Monday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Recommended: Steamed juicy pork buns; steamed crab and pork buns; fried tiny buns; pork, ham, bamboo shoots and tofu-skin ribbon casserole; pork shoulder in honey sauce; sauted eels with chives.
  • This is real authentic Chinese food, I studied abroad in Beijing I would know. Get the soup dumplings, the best I've ever had!
  • The fried tiny buns are better than the soup dumplings.
  • Three dedicated cooks expertly hand-make dumplings from lean pork shoulder daily. Poke a hole in the skin to cool it down or let the soup run out into your spoon, then add the ginger-vinegar. Savor.
  • Amazing red bean pancake for dessert
  • Ask for Raymond, as good as service as you can get in Chinatown. Eff Joe's Shanghai, this place is better.
  • Soup dumplings are totally unexpected and great! The soup is inside
  • Stir-fried dishes are the go to here, & no meal is complete without an order of the xiao long bao. For groups of three or more, consider the massive $15 pork shoulder in honey sauce. [Eater 38 Member]
  • xiao long bao (soup dumplings) are incredible- very small and juicy! the fried pork buns are kinda thick and greasy but also pretty good. $18 card minimum.
  • Shanghainese soup dumplings are a must-order at one of Chinatown's most famous restaurants. For dim sum or dinner, 456 Shanhai offers the best in authentic and affordable dishes.
  • Better than average Shanghai-style classics in a clean, bright setting. Tasty lunch specials are a great deal.
  • One of the better places in Chinatown for soup dumplings.
  • Fried tiny buns!
  • Speaking Mandarin here help. Shanghainese is even better.
  • Get the scallion pancake with eggs and beef.
  • Open 24 hours!
  • Eddie Huang (BaoHaus) recommends the pork and pepper stir fry, 8 treasure sticky rice dessert, liang jing yi soup, beef in egg pancake
  • Staff is rude. Food is delicious!
  • Was actually disappointed with the food. Soup dumplings were smallish, and while the skins were thin and delicate, the filling and soup were underwhelming. More tourists than locals...
  • The bathrooms are surprisingly clean and when you go downstairs you cab peak into the kitchen which is also shockingly clean.

Nearby places

65 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
75 Mott St (btwn Canal & Bayard St)
195 Grand St (btwn Mott & Mulberry St)