Sun Sai Gai Restaurant

220 Canal St (at Baxter St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 964-7256



  • Una verdadera experiencia comer aqu. Los noodles deliciosos y el mesero gritn es la onda :-)
  • The thin noodles in their lo mein have made this place a consistent favorite of mine for about 15 years.
  • Do this. Walk in. Turn to the counter on your left. Ask for (pheonectially) 2 "Chow shaow Bows" eat 1, give the other to someone you love. It is a delicious Pork bun. White people will like them too!
  • So cheap, so fast, so big. Don't expect service.
  • Try the triple delight!!!! It's awesome :)
  • No frills roasted meats over rice for lunch...
  • Mmmm, cheap pork buns
  • Tourists to Chinatown, Walk in here, Turn to left, Order a Baked Pork Bun (Chow-shoaw-Boa) for $1.10
  • Good food but the waiter was seating someone in my seat before I'd even got my change. I stood there waiting for my change and then the guy asked for a tip. What?
  • Skip the lines at Mei Li Wah, they have comparable, if not better, steamed buns. AND The combination bun is a dead ringer of the traditional Filipino 'siopao'
  • Only place I eat lunch @ in Chinatown...always get duck!
  • Great food, great price. What more can you ask for?
  • Reasonably-priced, cash only, excellent duck, great lobster in black bean sauce and very good steam buns.
  • Roast pork & roast duck over rice--best meal for the hungry!!
  • Best roast pork buns in Chinatown.
  • The wonton soup is excellent and the fried rice is very good!
  • Wasn't too impressed by the Cha Siu Bao - fatty & where's the BBQ Roast Pork in the Bao? I'd come back to try the Dried Shrimp Rice Rolls tho'!
  • Large pork buns!
  • Get there early for
  • Delicious as nowhere else

Nearby places

125 Walker St (at Canal St)
234 Canal St #107 (at Centre St)
200 Canal St (btwn Mott & Mulberry St.)