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2170 Broadway (btwn 76 & 77th St)
New York, NY 10024
(212) 724-9700
Chinese, Dim Sum
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • The uptown location of the fun Chinese-American restaurant with excellent dumplings and other classics.
  • honestly found this meal to be mediocre. the presentation is awesome, but beyond that the pricing is nuts for the quantity and quality of the dishes. meh.
  • Always busy, always exciting. Maybe the best hot and sour soup in the city. Main-course meat dishes are sublime. Don't miss the impossibly rich, satin-textured skirt steak (lunch only).
  • A cozy and rustic atmosphere with a creative and fun menu! We love how this Asian-fusion restaurant is farm-to-table, and have such a good time eating the pacman dumplings!
  • Crispy beef, bbq fried rice and skirt steak are fantastic. Sangria is good. Dumplings very well done.
  • The menu features favorites from Hudson Street, plus a few new additions, like a vegetable pancake, shrimp and mango dumplings, and diced raw tuna with noodles.
  • Great complex flavors, subtle garlic, onion, great marinades and grilled protein accents most dishes. Get sev small plates or appetizers and share. Noodle dishes great..
  • Dumplings and crafted cocktails
  • It's hard to find something that isn't good, but the spicy crispy beef is incredible. Also get the bacon and egg fried rice.
  • Dumplings are a must, any on the menu are winners.
  • Pastrami Egg Roll. Boom.
  • Very attentive waiter....refilled my diet coke multiple times - which we thought was very nice until we realized he charged us for every refill.
  • This is easily the most overrated restaurant I have ever been to.
  • Get the homemade ginger ale.
  • Get the soup dumplings, they are amazing--skip the scallop ceviche...not so amazing.
  • One reason to drop by RedFarm are Joe Ngs masterful dim sum, from luscious pork and crab xiaolong bao to snowpea leaf dumplings so translucent you could almost read a book underneath the wrappers.
  • The dumplings are a must!
  • Trendy interiors, great atmosphere. The food is good but not the best Chinese food in NYC, and definitely overpriced
  • The scallop and shrimp fried rice was phenomenal. Follow my food journey on Instagram @EricHoRaw
  • Pacman dumplings