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We had no idea how great this place would be. Our favorite restaurant for Dim Sum is Tim Ho Wan, but Dim Sum Go Go gives them a run for their money. The dumplings we had were light and full of both rich and subtle...More
We were eating Dim Sums quite late (around 4pm). We tried a few different places in China Town like Jing Fongs etc. Although a few were open, non seemed to be serving the full menu at this time like Dim Sum Go Go.
Probably not the greatest dim sum in Chinatown, but one of the more accessible places for those who don’t speak Chinese. You order from a menu, not a cart. Right next to the Chinese American Veterans Memorial
Popped in for a late evening meal and was very happy with our choice. Pleasant, simple decor and good service added to some vert tasty choice of food makes this a great location for tasty morsels of loveliness.
There was a time many years ago when the dim sum here was first rate. This was also when there weren’t as many dim sum parlors in the city as there are now. My friends and I had eaten here many times and always enjoyed...More
We went really by mistake, as what we wanted was an hour plus wait. Authetic to the point of food, but no cart service. Dishes were tasty, but not the best we've had. An enjoyable down and dirty atmosphere, where we at with others at...More
Despairing at the huge lines outside of the Golden Unicorn on noon on a Sunday, we moved on to Dim Sum Go Go. We were exceptionally pleased with the experience. The restaurant was comfortable, the service attentive, and the food exceptionally fresh. Everything was hot...More
Our great friends took us for our first expert experience with Dim Sum and it was amazing. We sat back and let our friends order. Soon the food began to arrive and we ate everything. I am not exactly sure of all the things we...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
According to their website, they do take reservations.
We did not make reservations, since we ate during mid afternoon,
when the restaurant was not crowded.
It seems to fill up a lot during lunch hours.
Yes the food is very good- as is the location. You have to keep a menu with you because they don't describe the dishes like when there is a tea-cart service. If you need to ask "which one is this" do- you're in NYC after all... More
Yes the food is very good- as is the location. You have to keep a menu with you because they don't describe the dishes like when there is a tea-cart service. If you need to ask "which one is this" do- you're in NYC after all and assertiveness is OK here!
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