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  • Chinese, Dim Sum, Seafood
  • 22 Mott St, New York NY10013 40.714446 -73.998516
  • (Btwn Mosco & Pell St)
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  • (212) 602-9988
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User Ratings (Based on 20 reviews)

3.015
Food 3.1 Value 2.9
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 602-9988
Fax:
fax
(212) 602-9992
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 10am-12am Fri-Sat: 10am-2am Sun: 9am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Ping's

    Posted by Gordandtracy on 02/05/2006

    Good dim sum / good value

    Limited selection but good quality. It helped make Chinatown a fun experience.

  • Ping's

    Posted by rp on 02/04/2006

    It is quite authentic Cantonese Dim Sum

    Coming from Canton, I guess I can say this place is one of the most authentic Dim Sum places in New York. The food is really good although the serive is not extremly well like other Chinatown places.

  • Ping's

    Posted by CT on 09/10/2005

    Go to Ping's for awesome dimsum

    on weekends. I have been here for dimsum on a weekday a couple of times and agree that the selection is meager, but the food is still good. I just went today and it was great like other weekend visits! You can't expect them to push carts around when space is limited, but they do have a steamed food cart and the clam cart. I personally don't mind the trays of food being brought around by the staff. The selection is definitely better on weekends. And the noise? Well, without loud talking around you it wouldn't be the right dimsum environment!

  • Ping's

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/10/2005

    Nice room for Chinatown but not worth it

    I wondered in because the sign said "dim sum everyday" but let me tell you it was a disappointment. There were no carts and you ordered overpriced dimsum off a limited menu, most of which were just various things stuffed with the same shrimp filling. No tripe, no chicken feet, no congee wt/thousand year old egg, not even pork bun...how is this even dim sum? If you have white friends who only eat generic shrimp dim sum, I guess you found a gem. I would have given the food a zero but the rest of the menu was okay. We had some noodle dishes which were very tasty, albeit rather expensive for Chinatown. I guess it's to recoup the cost of decorating the place and to pay for the liquor license.

  • Ping's

    Posted by amaebi on 09/26/2004

    Good try

    They have a variety of dishes. The food is generally pretty good up until we got our after-meal fruit.

  • Ping's

    Posted by me & june on 08/29/2004

    Noisy Noisy Noisy

    Had dinner here on saturday night. Recommended place and I really wanted fish steamed in ginger scallion sauce. The food was alright, the service was attentive, the atmosphere was horrific. There were children running and screaming all over the restaurant. It really made us rush our dining just to escape to the relative quiet of Chinatown! There are other places with great food, with much better atmosphere. Won't be back.

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