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Who makes the best soup dumplings in NYC?

Upvoted by Virginie Bereznak and 14 others
13 Saint Marks Place, New York, NY
Answer found helpful by Carly Liao and 4 others

The soup dumplings are some of the best I've had - prepare to wait a bit though on a busy night.

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Coffee addict and world traveler

Sheila Mayo

This is the best spot on St. Marks among a bunch of gems (I'm also partial to Xi'an famous foods)

Reply about 2 years ago


Mike Davies

New York

Invented the concept of second breakfast

Mike Davies

Which dumplings are the best? Pork, chicken?

Reply about 2 years ago

Dara Pollak

Pork! Always pork :)

Reply about 2 years ago

Answer found helpful by Ashley Belin and 4 others

This is one of the best one's I've had in NYC recently.

Nicely thin wrap with a good bite to them and a balanced filling.

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NYC bartender & specialty cocktail creationist

Gerardo Rodriguez

Good bite meaning that they're spicy?

Reply about 2 years ago

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Kayla Chang

New York City

Born in Hong Kong, Instagramaholic

Kayla Chang

Born in Hong Kong, Instagramaholic

Answer found helpful by Vincent Singler and 4 others

Outside of Shanghai, this has to be some of the best Chinese food I've ever had. Their soup dumplings (specifically the crab & pork) are my go-to meal whenever I visit, especially because they're fresh-to-order. The meat inside is always nice and tender, and the skin is thin but pleasurably chewy. The prices are insanely low, and the restaurant, while crowded occasionally, is quite large and can accommodate both large and small parties. Eat your dumplings slowly as to enjoy them (or inhale them and order more).

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Scott Chen

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Answer found helpful by Sheila Mayo and 3 others

Skip Joe's Shanghai and go directly to Shanghai Asian Manor. Their dumplings are the best I've had in the city. The skins are thick, but not overly doughy, and the flavor of the broth is sweeter than normal and all that more exciting. I especially enjoy their crab soup dumplings. Shanghai Asian Manor is a popular spot, with long lines at peak hours, but go for an early lunch and you're sure to make it in to try these yummy dumplings.

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