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Shanghai Pavilion

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  • Chinese, Dim Sum
  • 1378 3rd Ave, New York NY10075 40.773955 -73.957933
  • (Btwn 78th & 79th St)
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  • (917) 791-5832
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User Ratings (Based on 45 reviews)

3.755
Food 3.8 Value 3.4
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(917) 791-5832
Place Order:
Order From Shanghai Pavilion for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Free Delivery Take Out Catering Corporate and House Accounts Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-10:30pm Sat-Sun: 12pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Prix Fixe, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Shanghai Pavilion

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/01/2004

    Pretty authentic, reasonably priced

    For those who know what authentic Shanghai dishes are, this place is not bad considered it's outside Chinatown. We ordered drunken chicken, minced chicken soup, rice cake dishes, and smoked fish. All very yummy and priced reasonably. Noodle soups are especially good here. But I wouldn't consider ordering the Peking Duck here (that's like going to a southern BBQ place and order sushi). The decor is not too bad, and service is top notch.

  • Shanghai Pavilion

    Posted by Disappointed on 08/30/2004

    Peking Duck not very good

    Based upon the rave review of this restaurant, I decided to order Peking Duck delivered. Totally unauthentic. Peking is supposed to be served with crispy skin separate from the duck meat. This duck was not properly prepared or carved...

  • Shanghai Pavilion

    Posted by A Real Foodie on 07/15/2004

    Read the Times Review

    Search the nytimes archives and find the review for this place. It is very accurate. Shanghai Pavilion serves amazing chinese food that is a refreshing change from your typical general tso's and lo mein fare. The soft tofu with the crab meat sauce is incredibly delicate, yet flavorful. The pork and crabmeat soup dumplings are to die for. The lion's head casserole is pork meatballs served on a bed of baby bok choy with a tangy, sweet brown sauce that makes the whole dish seem like a chinese (and better) version of your mom's meatloaf. Lastly, my sister and I just tried the crown of the sea last night for the first time and we literally could not stop saying, "OH MY GOD THIS IS SOOOOOOOOO GOOD". It is fileted chilean sea bass braised in a thick, slightly sweet, spicy brown sauce with scallions served over udon. It is spectacular. There are more good dishes, but there's not nearly enough room to rave about them all. Once you've had this kind of chinese food, you'll never go back.

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