The Top 50 Chinese Restaurants in Manhattan

Yelp has just announced the Top 50 Chinese Restaurants in Manhattan, just in time for the Lunar New Year celebration! The Lunar New Year, which begins on February 5th, is a celebration of family, friends, and of course…food! Yelp’s data science team compared Chinese restaurants throughout Manhattan to bring you an epic guide to the best places to celebrate the Lunar New Year this month.

You’re going to want to make a note of these spots, so we made it easy for you. With our collections feature, you can see the whole list in one place and follow it! To do so, open this link on mobile (make sure to have the Yelp app downloaded!) and hit ‘follow’ once you’ve opened it in the app. Happy feasting!

  1. Dian Kitchen
  2. Sushumai Asian Fusion
  3. Peng’s Noodle Folk
  4. Chow House
  5. Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant
  6. Clay Pot NYC
  7. Tuome
  8. Dun Huang –  Grand Central
  9. Asian Spicy Curry Pop-up
  10. Decoy
  11. Tiny Shanghai
  12. Hunan Slurp
  13. Noodle King of NYC
  14. Shanghai 21
  15. Bodhi Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant
  16. Dim Sum Palace
  17. Super Taste
  18. SHIMIAODAO Yunnan Rice Noodle
  19. 88 Lan Zhou Handmade Noodles
  20. 99 Favor Taste
  21. Excellent Dumpling House
  22. Spicy Village
  23. Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot
  24. Szechuan Mountain House
  25. Flame
  26. Hwa Yuan
  27. Shui Mei Cafe
  28. Mei Yu Spring
  29. Little Tong Noodle Shop
  30. La Salle Dumpling Room
  31. Spicy Moon
  32. MáLà Project
  33. Original Buddha Bodai Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant
  34. Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles
  35. New Moon
  36. Dunhuang – East Village
  37. Kong Sihk Tong
  38. Radiance Tea House and Books
  39. Noodle Village
  40. Mooncake Foods
  41. Han Dynasty
  42. Noodle Fun
  43. The Tang
  44. Tri Dim Shanghai
  45. China Blue
  46. Nyonya
  47. King’s Kitchen
  48. Little Alley
  49. Joe’s Shanghai
  50. Café China

Methodology: This is a list of the best Chinese restaurants places in Manhattan, according to Yelp. All the businesses on this list are in the Chinese category on Yelp and are not part of a national chain. “Top” is measured using an algorithm that looks at the number of reviews and star rating for a business. Only businesses that offered wait service were considered.