Chatham Sq Restaurant

★★★★★

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We recently held a 3 generation family reunion at Chatham Square Restaurant on Saturday April 9th. I can't praise the restaurant , staff and food too highly.\r
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Our host Alex made us welcome, decorated the private dining area

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We recently held a 3 generation family reunion at Chatham Square Restaurant on Saturday April 9th. I can't praise the restaurant , staff and food too highly.\r
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Our host Alex made us welcome, decorated the private dining area

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The dishes are so fresh and authentic. I like this place a lot because the food is not so greasy and salty like many of the other chinese restaurants. Must try the dungeness crabs over rice or roasted pigeons!!

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★★★★★

The dishes are so fresh and authentic. I like this place a lot because the food is not so greasy and salty like many of the other chinese restaurants. Must try the dungeness crabs over rice or roasted pigeons!!

Pros: authentic and fresh

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Don't come to NYC Chinatown looking for pork fried rice...you will be disappointed. Don't come to NYC Chinatown if you tell your friends that you'll try anything and everything, but you mean chicken and pea pods. Chinatown is an opportunity to experiment with food, and no place does it better than the Chatham Square Restaurant. Fresh steamed sea bass with a hint of ginger, salt and pepper squid, beef with bitter mellon, steamed lobster with minced pork, duck in plum sauce, snails in black bean sauce...the list is endless. If you wake up in the middle of the night dreaming of food...this place can make it to perfection the next day. Sitting at your table, watching the dishes being brought out to the other customers, inspires you to over order. Don't worry, a party of four eats like royalty for about $60.00.

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★★★★★

Don't come to NYC Chinatown looking for pork fried rice...you will be disappointed. Don't come to NYC Chinatown if you tell your friends that you'll try anything and everything, but you mean chicken and pea pods. Chinatown is an opportunity to experiment with food, and no place does it better than the Chatham Square Restaurant. Fresh steamed sea bass with a hint of ginger, salt and pepper squid, beef with bitter mellon, steamed lobster with minced pork, duck in plum sauce, snails in black bean sauce...the list is endless. If you wake up in the middle of the night dreaming of food...this place can make it to perfection the next day. Sitting at your table, watching the dishes being brought out to the other customers, inspires you to over order. Don't worry, a party of four eats like royalty for about $60.00.

Pros: great Cantonese menu, great value

Cons: chinatown bathrooms, parking at a premium

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This is one of the more authentic Chinese Restaurant I've tasted in the New England area. It is definitely on par with the better restaurants you would find in Hong Kong.
The texture and quality of the materials are superb, they used high-grade meat and other seafood. The ambiance are also semi-upscale.

For those who are confused, they also provide set menu for 4,6,8, and 10 people. These are pretty good deal actually, and very tasty too. It's just, when saying 4 people, they're assuming "4 very hungry people". So if you have a party of 5, you may want to order the set menu for 4 people instead of 6.

Pros: Great food, authentic Chinese food, set menu
Cons: Pricey.

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★★★★★

This is one of the more authentic Chinese Restaurant I've tasted in the New England area. It is definitely on par with the better restaurants you would find in Hong Kong.
The texture and quality of the materials are superb, they used high-grade meat and other seafood. The ambiance are also semi-upscale.

For those who are confused, they also provide set menu for 4,6,8, and 10 people. These are pretty good deal actually, and very tasty too. It's just, when saying 4 people, they're assuming "4 very hungry people". So if you have a party of 5, you may want to order the set menu for 4 people instead of 6.

Pros: Great food, authentic Chinese food, set menu
Cons: Pricey.

Pros: Great food, authentic Chinese food, set menu

Cons: price

 

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