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Nom Wah Tea Parlor
Posted by RS on 2015-03-09
After a wait of about 30 minute for a table (Sunday about 1 PM) our order was taken promptly by cheerful and friendly staff. The food was as good as ever (we've been going for many years), and although I missed choosing from the former rolling carts we h
Posted by Jon on 2015-01-20
After the first time that I went to Nom Wah, I enjoyed the food a lot and have recommended it to my friends and have even taken them there a few times. However, I keep learning that every time I go there, I become more and more upset with the service. In
Posted by Rexem on 2013-07-18
I have been to a lot of the Chinatown restaurants and I really like this one. The vibe is very cool - very nostalgic. Sure, not everyone will appreciate the fact that it hasn't changed since since the 30's but I personally love it. Its like something o
Posted by anonymous on 2013-01-08
Nom Wah was total disappointment and most unappetizing dim sum experience for us.
We came on Friday around 11am. Except of one other table the place was empty, but in spite of this the waiter gave us the most uncomfortable drafty and weirdly leaning to
Posted by Anonymous on 2012-09-24
My favorite dim sum place. I come here almost every week! Food is amazing!
Posted by Tony Picco on 2012-05-08
I have been going to the Nom Wah Tea Parlor since 1966, when I was 12 years old & my Dad took me there. The past decade had not been kind to the place, and it was closed for awhile, but I ate there this past Saturday and the food is better than ever. Gone
Posted by yumyum on 2012-04-06
This place is a dim sum gem! The owners are friendly, the food is inventive and delicious (try the crab claw), there is a nice tea selection and wine list, and they even cater to people with food allergies (most of the dim sum can be made gluten/egg/nut/s
Posted by Nick K. on 2011-06-23
I don't think visitors or city residents will be fooled by this place. The food is really poor.
Nam Wah pretends to be a serious dim sum parlor. The extraordinarily dumpy walls and furniture are reminders that this is a genuinely old establishment, b