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Dinastia China

Chinese-Latin Cuisine
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    RatingAvg. Dinner Entrée
    $$$$$Greater than $25
    $$$$$18.01 - $25
    $$$$12.01 - $18
    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Chinese, Latin American
  • 145 W 72nd St, New York NY10023 40.778328 -73.980223
  • (Btwn Columbus & Amsterdam Ave)
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  • (212) 362-3801
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User Ratings (Based on 40 reviews)

3.585
Food 3.8 Value 3.8
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 2.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 362-3801
voice
(212) 362-4405
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Daily: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
7.00
Delivery Area:
Beyond 10 block radius $12 min

User Reviews

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by r on 04/04/2014

    not reccommended

    The arroz con pollo is the worst I've ever had. Chinese dishes were passable. Would not pay these prices for this food again.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by UrbanSuburban on 01/26/2014

    Best General Tso's Chicken in ALL of Manhattan

    I've been eating General Tso's Chicken for 20 years in Manhattan - from lower Manhattan to Upper Manhattan (last stop 207th St. on the A train) from river to river. Dinastia has THE BEST General Tso's Chicken - even better than any place in Chinatown. Also, their Rice and Chicken on the Spanish side of the menu is excellent too. I live 140 (one hundred forty) blocks away and I will definitely travel that distance if/when I'm in the mood for General Tso's chicken. And the service is good too. They're not in your face hovering but they are there when you need them. Don't go for the decor, just go to eat.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by RLK on 06/16/2013

    Explanation of Chino Latino

    Plantation landowners in Cuba brought indentured Chinese servants to work their land in the 19th century, which created a significant Chinese population in Cuba. The two styles of cooking, Cuban and Chinese, slightly influenced each other. They didn't become what we call "fusion", but instead Chinese cooks started cooking the local food alongside their own. You know a place is authentic when the waiter is Chinese yet speaks perfect Spanish! So please do order from this restaurant! Their food is one of the better Chino Latino's I have had in NY. The staff is friendly and committed to their restaurant. And without patronage, places like this will continue to disappear! You should expect full-on Cuban food (compare with eg. Sophies) but approach the Chinese food as a variant of traditional Americanized Cantonese.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by Food Was Great. Very Fresh on 02/10/2013

    Just what I'm looking for in a neighborhood Chinese place

    Food was fresher than some other experiences we had in the neighborhood. Like this place very much. Will be back

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by anonymous on 01/02/2013

    credit card issues

    Good food and friendly staff but ordering delivery with a debit card or credit card is a hassle. You have to show your card to the delivery boy and let him write it on the receipt. Not vert safe in today's world. They have since changed to electronic receipts and still they require you to show your card so the delivery boy can write the full card number on the receipt. Makes zero sense. I now opt to use cash only when I order. NOT convenient.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by Nanci E. on 11/28/2012

    Great for what is is

    This is not "gourmet" food...it is an earthy Spanish/Chinese restaurant at affordable prices & it doesn't pretend to be anything else. Normal, working class people frequent it. It has an "A" rating which is more than can be said for a lot of the more upscale ethnic restaurants in this UWS neighborhood. They even make a great cappuccino to order for you. This past Sunday, I had shrimp w/lobster sauce combo lunch because they ran out of shredded beef. On Monday, I went infor my shredded beef lunch. I had them hold the rice, but had lettuce & tomato which came with it, ordered a wel done, crispy egg roll, flan & espresso and a diet coke. The meal came to $14.15, I left a $3 tip. In a lot of restaurants that have "Grade Pending" or a "B" rating, you could easily spend twice as much. Where can you find a diet coke today for $1.90 or cappuccino for $2.50 or dessert for $2? No, it is not Jean Georges, or Telepan or Picholene or Per Se (nor is it expected to be) nor is it Amber with a "B" rating or Tenzan that has had "Grade Pending for ages. It's kind of like a Spanish/Chinese coffee shop & for just having a decent lunch or dinner, it is fine. Put a smile on your face & your servers will return it tenfold. Compliment the server who made the cappuccino from scratch & he'll be happy. Tip 20% & you'll get appreciation. Have fun...go casual & enjoy.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by Gypsylovesfood on 11/25/2011

    Best Latin fried pork chops

    Been going here for years, mind you I live down the jersey shore. The dark fried rice is amazing and the fried boneless chicken is "finger lickin good" but the lemon deep fried pork chops are to die for! The staff always Remembers what we order and if we forget anything he adds it to the order. Very good food, the Latin food is why you should be eating there, however the Chinese is delicious as well.

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