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Coast to Coast: 35 Chinese Restaurants

Everything you ever wanted and dim sum

Nom Wah Tea Parlor

The charming dim sum vet (it’s the oldest in Chinatown) teems with charm: vintage exterior, old-school booths, checkered tablecloths. Grab a pencil and choose your plates — at less than five bucks a pop, you won’t want to pass up much. We suggest the house special pan-fried dumpling platter.

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, 13 Doyers Street, New York (212-962-6047 or nomwah.com).

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