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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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Other Restaurant Info

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

User Reviews

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by Roger on 02/28/2010

    Please order the Latin food

    The Chinese is latin-style, which is probably not what you expect if you're not expecting it. And is of variable quality. The reason to eat here is the Latin food.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by uws herb on 02/21/2010


    Lazy sunday, keep walking by the spot, figured i'd try it. ordered eggroll, chinese soup, veggi lomein, sesame chicken. Egg roll decent, lomein not bad, sesame chicken dry. never had dry sesame chicken, how can you guys get this one wrong. soup i'll find out. they delivered a bottle of wine though, so i'm happy.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by El Inca on 12/13/2009

    Get the Latin American Food

    I've never ordered the Chinese food from this place. To all those who complained about the Chinese food, realize that this is a Chinese Peruvian restaurant. The Chinese food is only window dressing for the uninitiated. The Peruvian food here, though, is pretty good. I get the Lomo Saltado, which is not the best I've had, but surprisingly good.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by Darren Peters on 08/09/2009

    Extremely fast delivery and good food

    Delivery was super fast, food was delicious. Have been ordering from another ("fun") place for sometime - thought we would try these guys out. Will definitely stick with them. We had General T's chicken and Sauted Mixed Vegetables.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by terence torres on 07/05/2009

    very yummy!

    everything i have ever ordered has been delicious and fresh. delivery service is super fast, you would think they cooked it in your kitchen. well priced and very friendly workers. i've been a customer for well over 18 years, trust me this place is worth ordering from or dining in.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by EricD on 03/08/2009

    not good

    i never write these things. this place is not good the chicken is just squirmy. the sauce is the most unattractive brown ive seen in chinese food. i'm writing this mainly so i remember never to order from this place again. they delivered fast, though.

  • Dinastia China

    Posted by SK on 01/21/2009

    Sub-Par Chinese Delivery

    In a neighbourhood that unfortunately lacks good Chinese food (in the 60s to 80s at least), this one continues that trend. The only thing I can comment on is the poor quality of the food that I ordered. In particular, the fried dumplings (pork) which should be relatively simple to make were mostly bland at first chew, but had a pretty bad aftertaste and were on the soggy side (probably due to condensation in the container). Also, the dipping sauce that came with the dumplings was a hoisin sauce as opposed to the thinner, more vinegary sauce that usually comes with fried dumplings. For the main course, I had the General Tso's chicken. Once again the flavor of the sauce was off. Perhaps I'm used to a different varient of this dish from Americanized Chinese restaurants, but the sauce for this was a little bitter and tasted more like soy sauce - I was hoping for a slightly sweeter sauce. Also, instead of coating/adhering to the chicken, there was a bath of sauce at the bottom of the container, and given the potency of the sauce it was a little overwhelming. Finally, my final qualm with my experience is that they don't serve brown rice. Given the mixed Latin/Chinese nature of this restaurant, the only the option aside from white rice was yellow rice. This is purely preference, but I find that most Chinese food tastes better with brown rice (and the texture is also enjoyabe).

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