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Posted by BeeGee on 2012-05-29
Went on a crowded Sunday but seated within 20 minutes. Plenty of carts circulating but a lot of the same items. Snagged some duck which was very good. Some of the dumplings were not up to par however and the variety was lacking. Had a hard time getting so
Posted by Happy Diners on 2010-11-29
Come in a large group, you'd enjoy it more :)
Somehow, we didn't really like the steamed stuff, but the fried stuff tastes better.
Posted by Brian on 2010-11-10
My wife, daughters and I were thinking about hosting a big banquet at the Golden Unicorn in a few weeks, so we went to check it out.
We arrived at 6 PM, and were one of only three occupied tables. After watching waitstaff fold napkins for 10 minutes, I g
Posted by unhappy dimsummer on 2010-09-29
I have been going to golden unicorn for many years. i usually order the same things and my bill is around $25 for 2. today my wife and i ordered a bit less
than usual - just 6 small plates - but our bill was $48! i thought it
was for the wrong table
Posted by PhishyEel on 2010-07-09
I had heard great things about Golden Unicorn's dim sum and seafood and this place did NOT disappoint. Everything was just about perfect: from the flashing all-caps letters on the matinee-like sign outside to the lady who leads you up to the restaurant
Posted by 1sttimeny on 2010-07-06
a surprise in the midst of chinatowm. wandering around in 9o degree weather in NYC, actually looking for a ramen shop and found a jem of a dim sum resturant. wait was slight but customers were bulding in the lobby to go to the second floor restuarant. The
Posted by anonymous on 2009-09-14
This place still has the best dim sum in Chinatown. The har gow, shrimp rice rolls, beef rice rolls and steamed ribs are my favorite.
Please ignore previous reviewer who said they didn't serve dim sum... I assume they tried to order dim sum after 3pm
Posted by DESB on 2009-08-17
We've been going there for nearly a decade for dim sum, at least a couple times a month. The food is fantastic, and it actually has recently improved and the variety has increased (we were told they brought in a new dim sum chef from Hong Kong in April o