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RedFarm

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Our Tip A cheffy, well-done take on Chinese-American classics; don't miss the dumplings, particularly the excellent xiao long bao.
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RedFarm: Chinese-American Done Justice in the West Village

RedFarm: Chinese-American Done Justice in the West Village

High-end dim sum is what Ed Schoenfeld and Joe Ng do best. The former is the man behind Chinatown Brasserie, Shun Lee, and Shun Lee Palace; the latter, a dim sum chef Schoenfeld met in Sunset Park and brought on board at Chinatown Brasserie. Almost a year ago, the chef-restauteur pair launched the RedFarm stall in the upscale food court FoodParc, where we loved the dumplings and pastrami egg rolls and quite a bit else. And finally, after a number of delays and what seemed like weeks of preview dinners, they've opened their newest restaurant, also called RedFarm, in a townhouse in the West Village.

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More

Once a week or so, the question pops up in the New York talk boards: "I'm coming to the city for two days. Where should I eat?" It's a question so open-ended that it's tough to answer. But our fair city has so many visitors that we figured it was high time to put out a little guide. So here's our guide to eating in New York: whether you're traveling solo or traveling with kids, up for adventuring or not leaving Midtown.

Ed Levine's Must-Eat New York Dishes of 2013

Ed Levine's Must-Eat New York Dishes of 2013

When you eat out as much as I do, summing up a year of eating is excruciatingly difficult. It's one of those "tough jobs, but someone has to do it." So here goes: a baker's dozen of things that made my 2013.

23 Asian Noodle Dishes We Love in NYC

23 Asian Noodle Dishes We Love in NYC

From China to Japan, Korea to Tibet, you can cross most of Asia by hopping from one noodle restaurant in New York to another. But with Japanese ramen, Chinese chow fun, Tibetan boe thuk, and Uyghur lagman all at your disposal, where do you start looking for the best? Here are 23 of our favorite noodles to get you started.

26 Must-Eat Dumplings in NYC

26 Must-Eat Dumplings in NYC

Jiaozi, pierogi, ravioli. Nearly every culture offers up its own take on the dumpling. Luckily, here in New York City, it's possible to try as many globe-trotting variations as your heart desires. We've made a list 26 different dumplings worth seeking out.