Looking for those well priced Chinatown apartments? Use our custom tool to find the perfect condo or co-op apartment in Chinatown. Its always fun to walk around Chinatown, especially if you speak Mandarin or Cantonese. You can run into a fish market that has the best and freshest seafood or come into a very small restaurant serving the best soup dumplings you will ever taste. If you are looking for an apartment, you will find mostly tenements and walk-ups, although new buildings are coming into Chinatown fast.
After a good meal, you can always stop by the museum about the Chinese in America. And if you visit Chinatown in the summer make sure you stop by The family-run Chinatown Ice Cream Factory has some of the best ice cream in the whole of NYC. Either way you will have a great time visiting the area and who knows maybe you will the find that elusive Chinatown apartment of your dreams.
Stop by the Museum of Chinese in America. The permanent exhibition space is entirely dedicated to sharing the hardships that Chinese-Americans faced within our nation, beginning with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, as well as demonstrating the growth and success that the Chinese population has contributed to our nation today.
Have a sweet tooth? stop by Aji Ichiban. The shop sells a large assortment of dried goods, including fruits, nuts, ginger, and jerky, as well as wasabi peas, Japanese rice crackers, shredded squid, and cuttlefish
Dumplings anybody? Make it a perfect day by enjoying Jing Fongs It is especially difficult to land a table during the restaurant’s peak time, near noon, as Jing Fong’s scrumptious fare and extensive menu, which offers 100 dishes, attracts large crowds eager for a taste of Asia.
Best Food in Chinatown
Canal Street Subway station