Nom Wah Tea Parlor

13 Doyers St New YorkNY10013
Closes in 54 minutes
Sunday
11:00am-8:00pm
Monday
11:00am-8:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-8:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-8:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-8:00pm
Friday
11:00am-8:00pm
Saturday
11:00am-8:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(126)
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Not Recommended 0
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Nom Wah Co Inc can be found at Doyers St 13. The following is offered: Restaurants. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In New York there are 2307 other Restaurants. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on April 13, 2015 from opendius

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There aren't many remnants of the old Chinatown of the early 20th century -- in fact, there is only one that I can think of, this ancient tea house and dim sum parlor. The facade is perfectly preserved and much of the interior; but sadly few of the old dishes come with it. That said, this is a must-visit for lovers of old New York.
by Citysearch on December 14, 2013 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Opened in 1920, it can credibly claim to have been the first dim sum joint in Chinatown. Today, after the gentlest of renovations, it has dispensed with metal carts and serves dim sum made to order. Everything tastes fresh, and the young new proprietor, a nephew of the previous owner, has thoughtfully preserved the old-time look and feel: yellow walls, red leather booths, red-and-white-checked...
by nytimes on February 23, 2015 from nytimes
You may "need Google Maps" to find it, but it's worth seeking out this "quintessential" Chinatown parlor for its "dazzling array" of "real-deal", "made-to-order" dim sum; around since 1920 but recently "revitalized", it gets a "bravo" for its "fire-sale prices" and newly added wines and beers.
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
Sip tea, eat chicken feet, and catch a Knicks game at Chinatown's original dim sum parlor, where Westerners and Chinese have bumped elbows since 1927. A recent facelift stole much of its former Fu Manchu charm, but food's the focus, with dumplings, spring rolls, and turnip cakes eliciting yelps of pleasure. Location on the infamous Bloody Angle of Doyers Street, where clashes between Tong Gangs...
by blackbookmag on February 07, 2013 from blackbookmag
There aren't many remnants of the old Chinatown of the early 20th century -- in fact, there is only one that I can think of, this ancient tea house and dim sum parlor. The facade is perfectly preserved and much of the interior; but sadly few of the old dishes come with it. That said, this is a must-visit for lovers of old New York.
by Joshua Ozersky on November 25, 2012 from Citysearch

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Come check out why the NY Daily News just ran a two page profile on Nom Wah Tea Parlor. Nom Wah Tea Parlor was originally opened in 1920, making it New York City's oldest dim sum parlor. Located in the heart of Chinatown, Nom Wah is quickly becoming a "must-go" destination. The space was recently remodeled, but managed to keep all of its old world charm that has kept it alive & buzzing for...
by homestead on November 02, 2014 from homestead