Carma Asian Tapas

Asian
$ $
38-40 Carmine St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 243-0388
Monday
12:00pm - 10:30pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 10:30pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 10:30pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 10:30pm
Friday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • If you are a legit fan of Chinese-Styled beef noodle soup, you find the place, they hire famous chef from Taiwan and present this flawless dish. Moreover, crab soup dumpling, sake mussels, ice cream.
  • Get $18 Tue-Fri 4-7pm (Sat-Sun 3-7pm) Early Bird Deal to try star items: 1 ea pork & crabmeat pork soup dumplings, a mini bowl of fried rice, a mini of Taiwanese beef noodle soup, & 1 gls sangria.
  • Soup dumplings, duck tacos, asparagus
  • Friday night walk in w no wait in West Village, hmm.. Food was ok, there are better options for Asian food in the area. Soup and soup dumplings meh... fried rice, mushrooms and eggplant are good ($50)
  • Soup dumplings are
  • Everything is pretty good here. Great soup dumplings and the most authentic Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup I've tried in Manhattan.
  • Food is good but nothing compared to Din Tai Fung, even tho they boast that the chef is from there. Service is friendly. Prices are a little high compared to better in the city. Beef noodle soup
  • Try their plump and juicy sake mussels, end with their sublime black sesame and rose ice cream!
  • Amazing soup dumplings. Staff is great.
  • Soup dumplings better than Joe's Shanghai.
  • Try the taiwanese beef noodle soup + xiao long bao (crabmeat soup dumplings)!
  • Spicy Roasted japanese eggplant
  • Great food. Horrible service. Hopefully that improves.
  • Probably best XLB in the city with perfect thin "al dente" skin, plenty of soup inside, and legit black vinegar. Beef noodle soup and zhajianmien also great. But pricey WV prices hobble this place.
  • Former Din Tai Fung's (infamous for XLB's) chef creates this tasty & loungey Chinese tapas joint. May Daily drink special menu: I'm there: 2-4-1 HH all nite Mon & Tue-Sun 4-7pm!
  • Really great & accommodating staff; probs the best, legit Shanghai soup dumplings in New York. Great happy hour special as well. Solid/welcome addition to Carmine St.
  • great back patio in the summer! off the radar = less people, less lines. amazingly crazy specials.
  • Great happy hour specials!
  • The options are rather limited and the tapas idea is just a hip concept. Really is just a Chinese food restaurant. The mussels, noodles and mushroom dumplings are decent but the nothing too special
  • Good food and drinks.

Nearby places

5 Carmine St (at 6th Ave)
192 Bleecker St
643 Broadway (at Bleecker St)