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  • Chinese, Dim Sum, Seafood
  • 22 Mott St, New York NY10013 40.714454 -73.998509
  • (Btwn Mosco & Pell St)
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  • (212) 602-9988
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User Ratings (Based on 20 reviews)

Food 3.1 Value 2.9
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 602-9988
(212) 602-9992
Visa, MC, AmEx
Mon-Thu: 10am-12am Fri-Sat: 10am-2am Sun: 9am-12am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Good for Groups, Late Night, Private Parties, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Ping's

    Posted by Cesar on 08/01/2011

    What's goin on?

    I used to love this place. What's going on...I went for dinner on 7/31/11? I ordered steamed sea bass. I was shocked when they charged $45 for 1.5lb fish. That's $30 per pound. Definately will not be going any time soon.

  • Ping's

    Posted by been here since 52 on 07/21/2011

    Please fix this restaurant

    This used to be my go to place for dumplings. What can i say? Something MAJOR has changed in the kitchen, Read the past reviews, they are all true. I only have memories of my favorite dumplings now......

  • Ping's

    Posted by Theu ruined my Christmas on 02/06/2011

    Sloppily made food. Never again.

    I often come here for dim sum and it was good. So i thought to bring my family here for Christmas. And it was a disappointing experience. * Salt and Pepper soft Shell Crab - Very small crab and Oily * Oyster with XO sauce - Oyster was overcooked and gummy. Not enough sauce * Jade fried Rice - the only food that's made well I ordered other items but i cant remember. I just remember that the food was sloppily made and i will never go back there.

  • Ping's

    Posted by alibop on 10/02/2010


    This was our favorite dim sum place but, will not return.Many tables were added leaving no room for the steamcarts to maneuver and as a result the food is carried around on trays getting colder as it makes the rounds.In addition the quality of the dim sum is now barely edible.

  • Ping's

    Posted by anonymous on 08/28/2010

    What's gone wrong

    We have enjoyed Ping for many years. On our last visit, however, it was obvious that something has changed in the kitchen. The welcome was still warm and the service more than acceptable. The food--ugh! All the dishes were greasy. The fried riblets, usually a paradigm of greaseless frying were under cooked and oozing oil. The chicken with black bean sauce was underseasoned and oily as was the beef chow fun. The baby veal chops had a sauce that was so salty that it was almost inedible. What has happened?

  • Ping's

    Posted by anonymous on 02/18/2010

    Not recommended

    This used to be decent Cantonese food, but this last dinner on Chinese New Year was such a disappointment. Dishes were greasy, seafood didn't taste fresh, and the staff (including the owner) was gruff and unwelcoming. Came to $150 for four people - for that price in Chinatown, we should have gotten a feast. That's my last trip to Ping's.

  • Ping's

    Posted by Tribeca on 12/02/2009

    Long life noodles with assorted seafood - best in Chinatown

    I love this place. It's consistently delicious and hot. The garlic chicken is so sweet and tender it melts in your mouth, and the spicy tofu will be on your mind for days. My favorite dish is the long life noodles with assorted seafood and it's the best in Chinatown. Whenever my parents come from Queens to visit me, we go here. Yes, they serve the dishes haphazardly (a few times my dish arrived 5 minutes before my dining partner's, or vice versa), but hey - this is Chinatown! Also, they've served a few cold dim sum plates, but it's really not that often. They have a clean bathroom, and a renovated basement which is really beautiful. Btw, I have never been served canned pineapples there (always fresh oranges), and I have been going every month for the last 4 years.

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