East Harbor Seafood Palace NYC
Designed by architect Matte Rockwell, East Harbor Seafood Palace NYC evokes the Chinese seaside: Chinese fishing nets hang from the ceiling and a wall made of nori (Chinese seaweed) blankets the entrance. The large display of lit sake bottles serves as a classic accompaniment to Chinese food. The atmosphere buzzes with the same energy and excitement as Seafood Palace while maintaining an identity of its own.
Tasty food. But the place is very noisy and crowded. Not very comfortable.
Omg this place is a hidden gem! My husband and I wanted to go to Chinatown for dimsum but it's too far from Astoria. So the hubby decided to check out this place which is only 5 miles away from our place. We had Harlow, Shumai, veggie spring rolls and scallop dumpling for our dimsum. Everything was so good!!! Would definitely go back here!
Very good to say the least. Portions are so tiny. I had to grab something else to eat right after eating here with a $300 tab. It was better pre 2014. No more Michelin Star.
The food was absolutely amazing. The expeditious service and pacing of the kitchen is equally impressive.