my brother took me to this place in manhattan called number one dim sum that served up these amazing, and amazingly cheap, tuna sandwiches. they used this wonderful sesame dough that they roll out and deep fry in a wok. the dough is then sliced into triangular wedges and used for the sandwiches. the tuna sandwich was amazing and only cost a buck fifty. we also had six pot stickers a piece for about the same price. the place is the size of a closet and is really easy to miss. it seemed like most of their business was take-out, however, the were a few stools at the counter and at the rear of the establishment. i think it may have been near little italy but i'm not sure. i'm just visiting the city for the summer and i'd love to find this place again. unfortunately, my brother is out of town and he can't seem to recall exactly where this place is located. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks.