China Blue

Chinese
$ $ $
135 Watts St (btwn Washington St & Greenwich St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 431-0111
Monday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Thursday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Saturday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Sunday
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tips

  • Food is outstanding. Service is perhaps the worst I've had in NYC.
  • great food!! poppin addition to the neighborhood
  • pork soup buns, cucumber salad, shredded beef & chili, kung pao chicken, dumplings in chili oil. skip the fried rice & noodles (entrees come w rice anyway). cocktails are unique- all worth a try.
  • Killer soup dumplings. Three cup chicken is just ok, try another dish instead. Skip the sauted mushrooms.
  • Wifi password: dumpling
  • China Blue's a hidden little gem in Tribeca that has some pretty amazing food. It is pricey compared to other chinese resturants in chinatown, but you're paying for the environment here.
  • This place is so ! Love it because it really connects western and Shanghainese! The ambience really mimics what Shanghai looks like during the 40s. Had yum yum! Will come back!
  • Xiaolongbao
  • The place to go for a 1930 Shanghai experience.
  • Beautiful classic modern Chinese interior with authentic flavored dishes! One of the best lunch deal in the TriBeCa area. Came here with 5 colleagues and shared everything and it was delicious!!!
  • Amazing soup dumplings
  • Very nice space. Food decent though service was a bit slow considering was there at lunch and the place was pretty empty.
  • Good, authentic Chinese food but on the pricey side. Lunch specials are a good deal.
  • The fish is unreal
  • High end chinese food with a hip young crowd and trendy vibe.
  • good Chinese food from the Cafe China crew. Kung pao chicken was better than the soup dumplings. Cocktails named after Wong kar wai movies
  • This place is so pretty and the food was great!! Loved it
  • Pork soup dumplings, Steamed veggie dumplings, Bokchoy Shredded beef, Kung Pao chicken are all great. They go a little heavy on their sauces, so ask for light sauce. Chili oil is not spicy whatsoever.
  • Try red cooked pork cozy interior and very good service.
  • Great Shanghai style restaurant in Tribeca. Airy, huge space will transport you across the world. Delicious food.

Nearby places

25 N Moore St (at Varick)
102 North End Ave.
71 N Moore St (btw Greenwich & Hudson)