A 16-foot Buddha, which floats above a reflecting pool filled with Japanese carp, presides over the scene at Tao. A favorite destination for celebrities and athletes, this Pan Asian restaurant specializes in authentic Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines. Tao has three levels of dining including the prized "Skybox" which offers views of this former movie theater unparalleled in New York. In addition to its 300 seats, Tao includes a sushi bar, lounge and two bars at which to enjoy the food and the show. Appetizers range from $8 - $18; Entrees: $16 -$39. Offering $31.50 Prix Fixe Lunch Menu year round.
Conveniently located across from Lincoln Center and a startling revelation in shiny black lacquer, Shun Lee exudes Asian chic with grand authority.For haute Chinese cuisine, it’s among New York City’s best. Regional offerings include crispy Grand Marnier prawns with honey walnuts (Canton), braised sea bass in hot bean sauce (Hunan) and shredded beef with leeks and hot peppers (Szechwan). Specialties include beggar’s chicken baked in lotus leaves and clay (requires one day’s notice), Hunan tripe, sweetbreads with black mushrooms and of course, Beijing Duck.
The surreal atmosphere of this awe-inspiring restaurant in the Meatpacking district of Manhattancombines the serenity of Asia with the flamboyance of 16th century Paris. The menu features fanciful interpretations of Chinese dishes and delights even the most discriminating palates.
With Shun Lee Cafe conveniently located across from Lincoln Center, Dim Sum is just the ticket. The Cafe, a black and white checkerboard dining room, decorated with images from the Chinese calendar.Terrific Dim Sum on rolling carts in constant motion and a variety of dishes in smaller portions completes the menu at Shun Lee Cafe. The Cafe is a great pre-theater stop for a “quick” dinner.
Hutong invites you to step into glamour.Hutong brings you contemporary and occasionally fiery Northern Chinese cuisine, dim sum, and cocktails, served in an elegant Art Deco room inspired by swinging 1920’s New York and Shanghai. Hutong welcomes you to our New York home at, 731 Lexington Avenue. Known for our critically acclaimed Peking duck and artisanal dim sum, Hutong is a dining experience not to be missed. Home to the one and only Flaming Duck, perfected in our Hong Kong kitchen and now available in New York City.
Curiously nestled behind an enigmatic mural in Midtown, behind a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it door stands Sei Less, a newly minted Asian fusion restaurant. With close proximity to Madison Square Garden and the Garment District, Sei Less is the new hot spot that all fiveboroughs will be talking about. Designed for evenings of enviable cuisine and distinctive revelry, the spacefeatures seating for 350 guests juxtaposed with a meticulously curatedcollection of modern art and clean lines, alongside traditional, hand carved Asian design elements in an homage to the architectural pagodas ofgenerations’ past. The curated Pan-Asian menu with a one-of-a-kindcocktail experience as well as mocktails, for the sober-curious set, isdesigned to enhance every evening. In addition to the main dining area,the venue will offer 4 private dining areas to accommodate private parties and events.
Opened in 1979 by world famous restaurateur Michael Chow. MR CHOW started in London in 1968 and continues to enjoy generations of devoted clients from art, fashion, music, and entertainment. Recently awarded the 5 Star Diamond Award by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences for its excellence, service, and cuisine this restaurant described by Givenchy as a "Precious Jewel Box" is one of the most beautiful restaurants in New York City serving high Chinese Cuisine with impeccable service. The menu at MR CHOW is a combination of old authentic Beijing, Original Recipes, and the signature dishes such as Chicken Satay, MR CHOW Noodles, and Ma Mignon. MR CHOW also serves one of the best Beijing Ducks in the world.The famous nightly handmade noodle show is presented in every location since the opening of London in 1968. "Elegant Midtown Chinese and its newer TriBeCa sibling offer “big-league” eats in “welcome-to-the-’80s” digs..." - ZAGAT
Utsav is a bi level restaurant in the heart of Times Square located uniquely on a skywalk between two buildings. There is a bar on the lower level and the large upper level features floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking an open air plaza Utsav is a woman owned restaurant serving NYC with Indian cuisine for twenty three years. Nandita Khanna comes from a family with restaurants in Calcutta & Tokyo. Her father started BAR-B-Q one of the oldest Indian Chinese restaurants in Calcutta That recently turned 60!Nandita brings the recipes from her restaurants back home to NYC by introducing an Indo Chinese menu at Utsav. Her chefs are trained in the Calcutta style of Chinese food , the home of Indian Chinese cuisine in India Utsav offers various rooms for hosting private events. There is a room which can seat 25-30 people & a larger one to accommodate 70-80 people. Please call our catering manager to find out more details, let us host your next event for you!
Jue Lan Club is a multi-level, 275 seat Asian-Fusion restaurant featuring our 100 seat outdoor garden courtyard. We have several distinctive private dining rooms. Jue Lan features an incredibly flavorful Asian Raw Menu, numerous Dim Sum options along with other classic Asian-Fusion dishes with a contemporary spin by our chef Nick Zhong! Dine on our one of a kind sweet creations by our Head Pasty Chef McCleeford Orientus. Please visit us on all social media @JueLanClub / Web JueLanClub.com
Are you ready to make a mess!Crab Hero offers variety of fresh seafood boil with different choices of seasoning flavors and you can customize your spicy level! Plus we have a full menu of Chinese signature dishes that you can choose from.