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22 Mott St, New York, NY 10013 (at nr. Worth St.)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 602-9988
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Ping's - New York, NY


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This is the best Dim Sum I've had in NY so far. They have a wide variety and and we didn't spend that much money. Pros: Delicious, Cheap Cons: Crowded, Wait Time


Ping's was only remembered for very poor service; the steamed rice ordered was forgotten, entree ordered by one of us appeared first, the shrimp dumplings were insipid and the ove...

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Not the place for your ordinary chinese... 2/23/2006

this is a Cantonese fish house so they feature very fresh fish: eel, sea bass, lobster (the kids will love to watch them in tanks in the entryway). If you're planning ahead for a surprise (or you're in the doghouse-AGAIN), try the winter melon soup (which pairs mild chicken broth with items like melon, frog, crab and mushroom, then served inside a hollow gourd). It will be VERY appreciated, since it takes apporoximately 6 hours to prepare... more

decent dim sum 8/20/2005

Ping’s is one of the best dim sum places in Manhattan in my opinion. Or perhaps this is just in comparison to many other restaurants that are sub par. Their pastries made with sweet pork are yum. My friends and I usually only pay 8 bucks each after getting stuffed. It is also not a bad choice for Chinese dinner. more

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Delicious Dim Sum 3/18/2005

Ping's is our favorite Dim Sum in Chinatown (and possibly our favorite in New York although we like Gum Fun in Flushing as well). My wife assures me it is authentic. All I know is that it is delicious. But what is also nice is that it is not a giant Dim Sum Palace but feels likes a more traditional restaurant, which can be nice. But it also means that seating is at a premium. Arrive before 11:30 am on weekends if you want to avoid a wait. more
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  • Past tanks filled with shrimp in various sizes, crabs, lobsters and more, the muted dining room reverberates with an enthusiastic clientele of neighborhood Chinese families and destination-diners from elsewhere in the city. The efficient waitstaff speak little English, so non-Cantonese speakers must point to the photo menu and direct any special requests to the brusque host. Fresh-killed Cantonese shellfish is the specialty of the house, although there are copious other options. A chewy, savory jellyfish salad with pickles is a terrific starter, and so are huge steamed oysters, served in the shell with briny XO sauce. Regulars know that individual honey-roasted quails are not to be missed.

  • 9/9/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 10:30am-12am
  • Payments:

    Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Chinatown

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