New York Noodle Town

New York Noodle Town

"Always packed, this bare-bones noodle shop remains a Chinatown classic."

28 Bowery, New York, NY
(212) 349-0923 serving: Downtown, Chinatown
open:Daily 9am-4am

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Cheap Eats, Cash, $, Group Dining, Noodle Shop, Restaurants, Chinese, Lunch Spot,

The Low Down

EDITORS TIPS

Fun Fact: Noodle Town remains one of the city's top chef hangouts: on a given night, you might see Jean George or Wylie Dufresne.

Know Before You Go: Some Chinatown savants think Sun Say Kai, on Baxter Street, is even better for meats.

When to Go: If you're looking for crispy baby pig, and you should. go in the early afternoon, when it's still crisp and warm.

Rants, Raves & Reviews

This bare-bones noodle shop is a Chinatown classic for Cantonese barbecue, especially late at night.
by Contributor at Citysearch

This bright corner spot continues to draw crowds all day and late into the night. The roast meats are popular, particularly the crisp-skinned baby pig, but the duck, soy sauce chicken, and char siu (roast pork) are also big winners. When…
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Digusting
By diner28 at Menuism

I wish I could give this place no stars. We decided to try it after reading the reviews online. The outside... Read More


Noodletown is not the place you want to take a date
By dshapusa at Menuism

Noodletown 28 Bowery New York, NY 10013 212) 349-0923 After midnight and after a show or movie, when most... Read More


Nothing Beats Hot Noodle Soup
By Athena Chang at Citysearch

This review is strictly for late night food. I wouldn't particularly recommend here since there are other better noodle shops in Chinatown. Neverth... Read More


Real Chinese in Chinatown
By chitoryu12 at Citysearch

When I first saw this place, I was hesitant to walk in. The restaurant had freshly-cooked pigs, geese, ducks, chickens, and all other animals hangi... Read More


Stay away...so I can eat here. Order off the...
By foodlover573 at Menuism

Stay away...so I can eat here. Order off the little plastic card on the table: salt baked scallops, salt... Read More