Nom Wah Tea Parlor

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8 / 10

11 expert reviews

“Though its location on an odd stretch of “New Chinatown” may inspire visions of shoot-outs and rolling tumbleweeds, the only thing gangster about Nom Wah Tea Parlor is its dim sum.”

– New York Magazine

Zagat
"You may "need Google Maps" to find it, but it's worth seeking out this "quintessential" Chinatown parlor for its "dazzling array" of "real-deal", "made-to-order" dim sum." Full review
Rough Guide
"Dating back to 1920 but spruced up in 2010, this elegant and old-fashioned dim sum place offers a select menu of tasty snacks."
Time Out
"New York's first dim sum house opened in 1920 at a crook in Doyers Street known at the time as "the bloody angle"." Full review
Tasting Table
"Chinatown's oldest tea and dim sum spot." Full review
The Infatuation
7.8
"Nom Wah is very simply an excellent place to eat some good dim sum and have a little fun." Full review
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