China, Asiática, Cantonesa, Opciones vegetarianas
CerradoAbre a las 12:00
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
471 16th St, Nueva York
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Una de las atracciones turísticas locales, Lesbian Herstory Archives, está justo al lado de este restaurante, y forma parte de la cultura más auténtica de la ciudad. East Wind Snack Shop es famoso porque ofrece platos de las cocinas cantonesa y china. En este lugar, sus visitantes pueden probar unos famosos pot stickers, una extraordinaria carne de vaca y una exquisita panceta. Pide su sorprendente té de burbujas, su espectacular zumo o su delicioso té chino.

La comida a domicilio es una de las grandes ventajas de este lugar. El personal es aquí increíble, y eso es lo que hace que este restaurante sea tan bueno. Te va a gustar su divino servicio. De acuerdo con las opiniones de los clientes, los precios son bajos. En East Wind Snack Shop podrás disfrutar de su agradable decoración y de una encantadora atmósfera. Este lugar ha sido valorado por Trip, y ha logrado un 4.

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One of my favorite places to get dumplings in Brooklyn! Really nice staff as well (Once we ordered pick up to the wrong East Wind restaurant and the one we went to was nice enough to make our order for us anyways) The dry aged beef potstickers are my absolute favorite, with a relatively thick skin and unique taste that lingers in the mouth from the dry aging process (might not recommend for people who aren't open to trying new flavors) Besides that, the juicy pork dumplings and the shrimp dumplings are packed with flavor and have great texture. This is the perfect place to go to for a hearty dumpling snack.
$19 for 5 average pieces of dim sum, a single bao and disgustingly saccharine bubble tea, which had syrup sitting at the bottom (yuck). Girl at the counter took 10 minutes to put my order in the system and charge my credit card. Tip: have a streamlined system in place when your space is barely 150sqft. The boba had the consistency of a jelly bean and was unappetizing. Bao was well seasoned but difficult to eat. Dim sum was freezer aisle quality. Just another below average place hyped up by hipster transplants. This is why I stick to the grocery store or authentic places in areas that haven't been overrun by 30 somethings originally from the Midwest.
I am a critic of shrimp dumpings (har gow) and the ones at East Wind Snack Shop really are the best I've ever had. They are filled generously with shrimp, then steamed and pan-fried delicately. The sweet chili ribs were also amazing, and who can resist chewy hot cakes sprinkled with sugar? I want to come back and try all the things.
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471 16th St, Nueva York, Estados Unidos
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Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Entrega Sin reserva Para llevar Wifi Estacionamiento TV Acceso para discapacitados
Horario
LunesLun 12:00-21:00
MartesMar 12:00-21:00
MiércolesMié 12:00-21:00
JuevesJue 12:00-21:00
ViernesVie 12:00-21:00
SábadoSáb 12:00-21:00
DomingoDom 12:00-21:00

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