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Dim Sum go go
Posted by Anonymous on 2012-09-28
good selection of vegeterian dim sum
Posted by Erin Green on 2010-10-11
Dim Sum Go Go is the place to go when you have a really small group and know what you like. The food is a little long in coming, but it's also made to order - which means that you never have to deal with food that's been sitting on a cart for too long.
Posted by rikki knab on 2010-03-24
Our taxi driver asked me to write a review so he could decide if he wanted to try this restaurant. My advice is yes, do try. We've not had tradtional dim sum, just odd items in regulare chinese restaurants so we were novices. Might have lliked a bit more
Posted by John the Greek on 2010-03-16
The short and sour of it.....
I rarely dim sum in Chinatown because of the lack of parking.
This is my 2nd time here because my out of town friend read some good reviews despite my warning.
Her Greek tongue had an itch for rare Dim Sum.
Posted by Christina 11220 on 2010-03-04
I read some good things about this joint and wanted to give it a shot against my better judgement. We wanted something new and different.
As a regular Dim Sum eater in NY Chinatown, Flushing and Brooklyn, this is among the poorest in quality and servi
Posted by woof on 2009-11-12
I ordinarily don't write reviews of my favorite restaurants, but someone at DSGG found my check I dropped and anonymously mailed it to me. I have no way to thank them otherwise.
Everyone I bring from San Francisco say this place is better. It's unfai
Posted by candyce on 2009-09-08
After two nights of partying, we decided on doing brunch Sunday morning. However, to complete our international flavors of NYC weekend, we opted for dim sum, instead of the traditional waffles and eggs. The first thing I look for in chinese restaurants is
Posted by crazy about dimsum on 2009-07-07
This is just about the best in NY, considering the usual subpar and filthy Chinatown restaurants that abound (no racial slurs here - I'm Chinese, from HK)
Freshly made dimsum, maybe a little slow in coming.