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Manhattan: Great NY Noodletown

28 Bowery , Phone: 212-349-0923

Reviewed by: cubbies from CA, review #4000

When: 2013

Unpretentious, busy Cantonese place

Directions: At Bayard Street. Subway: Grand or Canal

My former Hong Kong colleague introduced me to this place, one of her favorites. Definitely reminded us of many ordinary places there, serving delicious food.

We had a simple early evening meal of braised sea bass casserole, sauteed pea shoots, and rice. I think the casseroles may be seasonal (winter) since I don't see them on the online menu. Besides the fish it contained mushrooms and tofu, probably onions in a light brown sauce. The pea shoots were a great complement. We debated about having sautéed flowering Chinese chives instead. Bet they would have been good, too.

They have an extensive menu of real Chinese dishes which I would love to explore. Our tab was under $30 which we paid cash. Not sure they take plastic.

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