The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The best way to eat here is at a banquet cooked by Ping himself. It's worth the hassle and expense.
The Extras: Ping's has another branch in Flushing that's even better.
When to Go: Dim sum is served from 10am to 3:30pm weekdays, and 9am to 3pm on weekends.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
In the past, those who had gone to New York's Chinatown hoping to be wowed by culinary exotica and intense Chinese flavors have been uniformly disappointed, as many Chinatown restaurants tend to cater more to tourists or basic tastes thanâ¦
By Busy B at Insider Pages
Great food which is a compliment since the area is full of so many Asian restaurants. There is a lot to choose from and all delicious! Read More
Love. This. Place!
By Susan N at Insider Pages
Great service, outstanding food. The seafood can't be beat!\r \r I highly recommend the crabs with ginger scallion sauce and the clams in black be... Read More
a nice dimsum place for tourists who don't like the dirty...
By judyptsai at Menuism
a nice dimsum place for tourists who don't like the dirty loud local places. western style upstairs and... Read More
Not the place for your ordinary chinese...
By Stephanie S. at Judy's Book
this is a Cantonese fish house so they feature very fresh fish: eel, sea bass, lobster (the kids will love to watch them in tanks in the entryway).... Read More
decent dim sum
By Lori F. at Judy's Book
Pingâs is one of the best dim sum places in Manhattan in my opinion. Or perhaps this is just in comparison to many other restaurants that are ... Read More