Looking for the best dim sum, soup dumplings, noodles or authentic Cantonese on Long Island? We have the guide for you- whether you are looking for sweet or savory, mild or spicy- these restaurants and small shops are sure to please. Keep your phone handy because some of these spots are Instagram famous!
Fortune Wheel Restaurant– in the mood for dim sum or other authentic Cantonese foods? This is a popular and delicious eatery.
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Nassau Mall, 2601 Hempstead Turnpike #28, Levittown, NY 11756photo courtesy
Moonstone– Celebrating the Chinese New Year with a chef”s special menu including Double Happiness, Easy Fortune, Plenty of Laughter and Ever Lasting Joy.
14 Northern Blvd., Great Neck, NY 11021photo courtesy of Moonstone
Pearl East – This restaurant traditionally offers a special banquet menu.
1191 Northern Blvd, Manhasset, NY 11030516-365-4630photo courtesy of Pearl East
Chef Wang– indulge in new Sichuan cuisine and hot pots including spicy prawn puffed pasty, fried lamb w. cumin and tangy spicy happy family.
1902 Jericho Tpke, New Hyde Park
The Orient– offering dim sum (breakfast / lunch small plates) every day and a variety of delicious specialties.
623 Hicksville Road, Bethpage, NY 11714516-822-1010/5610photo courtesy of
Master Chef– try a variety of delicacies unlike your typical Chinese takeout including Chinese Yam with ginger sauce, pork belly and jelly fish with celery.
6600 Jericho Turnpike, Syosset, NY 11791516-931-6222
Orient Odyssey– get your Chinatown fix on the Island. Grab your dim sum as the trays pass by. Visitors have enjoyed the Zha Fun Kor and the Yang Chow fried rice.
511 N Broadway, Jericho, NY 11753516-719-0021
Albert”s Mandarin Gourmet– Serving Chinese cuisine in Huntington Village specialties include Confucius Prawn, Calamari Marco Polo and Gold Coin.
269 New York Ave, Huntington, NY 11743631.673.8188
Ting– Offering a combination of Japanese and Chinese food- there”s plenty on the menu to try and enjoy.
92 East Main St, Huntington, NY 11743631-425-7788photo courtesy of
Precious– Newsday featured Precious and recommends the roast pork buns, the shrimp dumplings, scallion pancakes and parchment prawns.
504 Larkfield Rd, East Northport, NY 11731631-266-1199photo courtesy of
1089 Noodle House– this tiny spot will warm your soul with various soups and noodle options. Great spot before heading over to the Wang Center at Stony Brook University.
1089 Route 25A, Stony Brook, NY 11790631-689-1089photo courtesy of
Spicy Home Tasty – the dumplings in chili oil get rave reviews here. Visitors have complimented this spot on its combination of Americanized and authentic cuisine.
Red Tiger Dumpling House– a favorite spot for soup dumplings and lunch specials.
1320 Stony Brook Road, Stony Brook631-675-6899
Asian Jewels– Yelpers happily recommend this spot even commenting that dim sum here is better than in Manhattan.
133-30 39th Ave, Flushing718-359-8600
Jade Asian Bistro– grab your dim sum here before the parade
24932 Horace Harding Expy347-502-7005photo courtesy of
Kung Fu Xio Long Bao– eatery that offers dim sum, soup dumplings & uncommon, Shanghai style preparations. This spots claim to fame is their delicious chocolate dumplings.
59-16 Main St, Flushing, NY 11355718-661-2882
New Lake Pavilion- NY Times called this spot New York”s snazziest banquet -style Cantonese restaurant.
6015 Main St, Flushing, NY 11367718-886-6693photo courtesy of
New Mulan– provides Cantonese seafood cuisine and daily Dim Sum service. Check out the Hello Kitty Dim Sum!
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Joes Shanghai– If you want soup dumplings then this may be your favorite spot!
136-21 37th Ave, Flushing, NY 11354718-539-3838photo courtesy of
Sifu Chio – known for their Cantonese wonton noodle soup- warm up on a cool winter day with this delectable bowl!
251-38 Northern Blvd, Little Neck, NY 11362718-229-7398photo courtesy of
Lan Zhou Handmade Noodle & Dumpling – the reviews are there for this tiny Chinatown spot where fans rave that you can get some of the best dumplings in the city.
40 Bowery St, NY, NY646-683-0939
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Nom Wah Tea Parlor- oldest Chinatown restaurant is a must stop for fresh and consistently delicious food.
13 Doyes St, NY, NY 10013
Tim Ho Wan- Tim Ho Wan, the famous and popular Dim Sum Specialists from Hong Kong have created a brand that has since spread throughout Asian countries, and now features spots in the US including two locations in New York
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