Tim Ho Wan 添好運

Row 1

85 4th Ave (btwn E 10th & E 11th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 228-2800
Dim Sum
$ $
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • They have instant service at the bar, it's the same food but you stand. The bar is best if your by yourself or for two people. The dim sum is small compared to other places but great quality.
  • Famous dim sum. Slightly sweet. Loved the pork buns, fried dumplings and French toast. Didn't like the parsnip cake...too fishy
  • It's tasty overall .
  • From James
  • baked bbq pork buns are a must!
  • Absolutely delicious. Actually tastes like typical dim sum, though. But, for higher prices.
  • Pretty small menu, and there is much better dim sum elsewhere in the city. This felt like dim sum for white people 101.
  • 6th US location opening at Irvine's Diamond Jamboree in March!
  • The BBK pork buns, sumai and steamed shrimp dumplings are delicious
  • This place has a C rating now
  • The Bo Lo Bao!!
  • This place is really good! I had been to a location in Sydney and didnt love it, but the location here in New York is great! Theyve been open for 2 years and opening a location in Hells Kitchen.
  • Definitely get the noodles
  • Good but Michelin star worthy? I hardly think so.
  • Overpriced and mediocre dimsum. Couldve gone anywhere else for better and cheaper. No dan tats, traditional dishes were lacking. Nothing special.
  • Very limited after thought veg options
  • You can always eat standing at the counter if just casually stopping by - usually no more than 5-10 min wait!
  • Pork buns are good. The outside is flaky and reminds me of bo luo bao. Everything else was on par with other dim sum places (turnip cake, sticky rice, siu mai, rice rolls). Not worth 1+ hr wait though
  • Don't come in with extremely high hopes and you'll leave full and satisfied. The wait has died down (now 30 min ish) and they text you. The congee, pork buns, and shrimp dumplings are winners.
  • Sticky rice in lotus leaf is so good