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  1. restaurant review
    Next-Gen Chinese at Bonnie’sBonnie’s deftly riffs on Mom’s Cantonese cooking, Hong Kong diners, and Mickey D’s.
  2. restaurant review
    Porcelain Has Destination-Worthy “Vaguely Asian” FoodThe Korean-Chinese fusion cooking at the Ridgewood restaurant has a modestly elegant style.
  3. restaurant review
    CheLi Is an East Village Mecca For Shanghainese Fare Both Ancient and Modern“This place is authentic, Dad.”
  4. reasons to love new york
    Farewell to La Caridad 78, a Holdout From the Old Upper West SideThe food felt like the good old days and the bad old days of an entire neighborhood — versions of the past that can be challenging to tell apart.
  5. underground gourmet quick bite
    Fat Choy Makes Vegan Food Carnivores CraveRice rolls, Mushroom Sloppys, and beans and greens.
  6. restaurant review
    Hutong’s Pan-Regional Fare Competes With the SceneryIf you’re in the market for posh, often very good Chinese cooking in midtown, you could do worse.
  7. the dish
    Jiang Diner’s Shumai Spotlights the Inner Mongolian Roots of a Dim Sum ClassicOn the menu you’ll find lamb shumai: mildly seasoned ground meat in a delicate wheat-flour wrapper, sealed in a manner more akin to xiaolongbao.
  8. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Chinese Restaurants in New YorkWhere to find a nourishing bowl of noodles, a fiery Sichuan fix in midtown, and the annual big-money, banquet-style splurge.
  9. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Pork Buns in New YorkThe very best gua bao–style pork buns that the city has to offer.
  10. restaurant review
    New York Restaurant Review: Hao Noodle and Tea by Madam Zhu’s KitchenAt Beijing restaurateur Zhu Rong’s first-ever U.S. restaurant, an innovative modern Chinese menu meets impeccable, old-world technique.
  11. cheap eats 2016
    The Cheap Eat of the Year Is JianbingThe Chinese street-food breakfast has emerged as 2016’s microcraze.
  12. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Chinese Restaurants in Sunset ParkThe best way to eat in the neighborhood is to focus on the fast and the cheap.
  13. Breakfast Wishes
    China’s Answer to the Breakfast Sandwich Finally Arrives in New YorkBeijing’s perfect, obsessed-over street food could be making inroads here.
  14. The Underground Gourmet Quick Bite
    Gui Lin Mi Fen Brings a Seldom-Seen Rice-Noodle Soup to Queens’ ChinatownThe bone broth is served on the side.
  15. Foodievents
    Shaved Ice, Stinky Tofu, and Ba-Wan At The Taiwanese Heritage Festival, SundayThough there will be lion dances and a beauty contest, you’re really here for the stinky tofu and shaved ice.
  16. Openings
    IDG’s Chi-Lin Opens Today Next To RivaBellaThis is for anyone interested in high-priced Chinese nightclub food who can’t wait for Hakkasan to show up.
  17. Foodienomics
    Downtown’s Peking Tavern Turns To Kickstarter To Complete Its BarCo-owner Andrew Chiu explains that he and partner Andrew Wong have put two years and a lot of dough into the Chinese gastropub project.
  18. Heating Up
    A Seriously Hot Neighborhood: How Midtown Became the Sichuan BeltSome of the city’s best regional Chinese food is clustered in the Thirties.
  19. Video Feed
    Watch Tom Cruise Make Soup Dumplings at Din Tai Fung, Also Opening in SouthOwner Frank Yang smells success in Southern California’s shopping malls.
  20. Imports
    Din Tai Fung Due in Glendale This FallWhich everyone is way more excited about than Bourbon Steak.
  21. Openings
    5i Indochine Brings Dim Sum and More Pho To Culver CityThe restaurant features a mish-mash of Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese dishes.
  22. Openings
    Pingtung Brings Taiwanese Market-Cafe To Melrose; Praha Puts Redondo Beach inThe new cafe and bar comes from former New York restaurant owner Li Ping.
  23. The Other Critics
    Rodell Labels Alma A Gem; Gold Gobbles Fish Heads at Hunan MaoDown in the O.C., Brad A. Johnson squeezes into The Cellar in San Clemente.
  24. Coming Soon
    IDG Bringing Cecile Tang’s Chi-Lin Next Door to RivaBellaTang is the successful Hong Kong filmmaker behind the Beverly Hills restaurant Joss.
  25. Coming Soon
    Lollicup Bringing Boba Tea and Squid Balls to SawtelleThe boba and milk tea specialist had its start in San Gabriel before expanding to China and the greater U.S.
  26. Leftovers
    First Public Fruit Park Opens in South Bay; Adam Horton Joins WhistIn other news, Ziggy Marley considers opening a local health food restaurant.
  27. Leftovers
    Marcus Samuelsson Cooking at Post & Beam; Umami Burger Closing Original LocationThe chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong’s kitchen.
  28. Leftovers
    Ikemen Ramen Opens in Little Tokyo; Where to Find The SGV’s ‘Best Buns’That’s pulled pork bao we’re talking about, not the ones at L.A. Fitness.
  29. Leftovers
    New Menu at Spice Table; Open House at FarmShop on SundayChef Bryant Ng’s new roster of dishes was inspired by a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
  30. Openings
    Mr. Chow Opening in Malibu on New Year’s EveDespite trying for a neighborhood feel, NYE dinner starts at $250.
  31. Menus
    John Sedlar Launches Mexi-China Menu at PlayaDishes include Mao’s maize cakes and pork pibil potstickers.
  32. The Other Critics
    WuHan, Gold’s Got You All in Check; Rodell Savors The Camp at MessHallThe L.A. Times critic eats the Chinese city’s signature re gan mian and gets a dose of bullfrog stew.
  33. Imports
    Empire of the Burning Tongue: How Mission Chinese Food Perfectly EncapsulatesAnd what’s next for Danny Bowien, the world’s most unlikely celebrity chef, who now has his sights set on Paris, Oklahoma City, and burritos.
  34. Empire Building
    Vim Thai-Chinese Expands to Melrose LocationThis is the 32-year-old chain’s fourth restaurant.
  35. Crime Scenes
    SGV Sea Cucumber Bandit Behind BarsAn accomplice is still at large and targeting your supply of the valuable delicacy.
  36. Leftovers
    Seoul Sausage Wins The Great Food Truck Race; $45 Tasting Menu EveryThe Korean sausage truck opens its brick and mortar this Saturday.
  37. The Other Critics
    Chen Chows Chuan Ma Noodle House; Gold Ponders The Japanese Food CourtRosemead’s new Sichuan earns mighty accolades for its hand-cut noodles and six-spice broth.
  38. Leftovers
    Free Coffemakers For All at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf; Zam Zam Expands Hours andAnyone bringing a busted old machine to the West Hollywood location gets a gratis one valued at $179.99. eBay here we come!
  39. Superlatives
    Peking Tavern Promises Downtown Some SGV-Caliber ChineseOwner Andrew Chiu says it may even be “better” than L.A.’s Chinese capital, and SinoSoul chimes in.
  40. Leftovers
    First Look At Spago’s Facelift; Party Tonight at Fonuts;Puck’s place looks rather austere in comparison to its old Mediterranean digs.
  41. Coming Soon
    The Gastropub Boom Meets The Chinese Food Craze and Street Food Fever inPeking Tavern strives to bring a bar scene together with authentic Beijing street cooking.
  42. Empire Building
    IDG Brewing Chinese Concept in West HollywoodCompany co-founder Lee Maen claims it is “with someone really special,” but he’s not saying who just yet.
  43. Leftovers
    Senor Fish To Pay $90K in Back Wages; Pier Burger Draws Shake Shack ComparisonsThe seafood mini-chain settles with the U.S. department of labor.
  44. The Other Critics
    Sherry Snacks on Sandwiches; Gold Does Dim Sum for DinnerLunasia offers the Chinese breakfast marvels until 8:30 P.M.
  45. Openings
    First Look at Mission Chinese, Now Spicing Up the Lower East SideSee the menu and the space of NYC’s most-anticipated new opening.
  46. Closings
    Cold Tidings for Hot Pot LoversTwo of downtown’s already scant hot-pot options have shuttered.
  47. Openings
    First Look at Yunnan Kitchen, Opening Tonight on the LESSee the space and scope dishes, including fried potato balls and pork belly with mint.
  48. Hollah
    More Details on Xi’an Famous Foods’ Sit-Down RestaurantOpening on Main Street in Flushing next month!
  49. Foodievents
    Why (626) Night Market Sorta Sounds Cooler Than CoachellaWell, Dr. Dre won’t be there, but you can catch oyster and intestine mien xian.
  50. Phew
    The Flushing Mall Isn’t Going Anywhere Anytime SoonAsian-food paradise seems safe, for now.
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