The Best Asian Restaurants In NYC

The Best Asian Restaurants In NYC

Do you want to know where to eat the best Chinese food in Manhattan? Then you’ve come to the correct location because amazing spots can be found all around the city, not just in Chinatown.

Jun-Men Ramen Bar

The Jun-Men is one of the city’s greatest ramen restaurants. Jun-Men, by the way, means “straight up noodles.” The broth, which is sometimes decreased for hours and is thus highly “concentrated” and delicious, is the secret of a superb ramen dish. Absolutely fantastic, and once you’ve tried it, you’ll understand why we’re so enthusiastic about it.

Super Taste

Because the shop is so small, it can rapidly become busy. If you’re seeking authentic and high-quality noodles in Chinatown, Super Taste is perhaps the finest place to go. The great food is reason enough to visit, but with the incredible rates, it’s a no-brainer to stop in for a fast and delightful bite to eat while strolling through Chinatown.

Try the pork belly bao — it’s one of our favorites!


The BoCaphe is one of our favorite places to go for “Vietnamese French Cuisine” in a laid-back setting.


The greatest Peking duck in town can be found here. The eatery is well-known outside of the city.

Great NY Noodletown

Great NY Noodletown is a Chinese noodle shop located directly next to the Manhattan Bridge in Chinatown.

Her Name is Han

Her Name Is Han serves delicious Korean soul food at the Empire State Building.

Joe’s Shanghai

This is where you’ll find the greatest duck in town. The New York Times has already given this restaurant an honor. Joe’s Shanghai soup with dumplings is also recommended.

Mission Chinese Food NYC

Mission Chinese Food is a trendy and stylish restaurant in Chinatown, Manhattan. The restaurant caters to millennials and is largely influenced by Sichuanese food. If you’re searching for a nice evening hangout with fantastic food, this establishment, with its electrifying funk ambiance and dim lights, is the place to be. Don’t miss out on their Mapo Tofu!

Nom Wah Tea Parlor NYC

This antique dim sum parlor, which originates from the 1920s, is a terrific place to stop and eat. It is one of the local favorites for real Chinese food, with a full menu including tea, beer, and wine. We recommend making a reservation online because it might get busy here at lunch and dinner. Try the house’s special roast pork buns — they’re amazing!


Come to Ping’s if you want to eat in peace and quiet with plenty of table space. It is well-known for its excellent fish and delectable dim sum.

Pure Thai Cookhouse

Pure Thai Cookhouse is noted for its homestyle Thai cuisine and hand-made noodles. It is located in Hell’s Kitchen.

Sushi of Gari 46

There are numerous Japanese restaurants in the Times Square area, most of which are unfortunately not recommended. Gari “High End” Japanese Sushi is a notable exception (this is the nickname of the owner and sushi chef). It’s a little more pricey, but it’s worth it! Sushi of Gari 46 is a perfect candidate for a visit to a musical if you are seeking a noble restaurant.

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Vernon Alford
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