"I am posting this question here because I am fairly familiar with the folks who might answer, and I am asking it from a Ph'ladelphian's point of view.
I love dim sum, and go roughly once a month to our Chinatown for lunch. I am going on a bus trip to NYC's Garment District in April; we are on our own for lunch. Some folks in the group are thinking it would be fun to do dim sum in NY's Chinatown. Of course any time the subject of Philly's version of dim sum comes up on this board, there is always the caveat that this place is good, and that place is OK, but it's not like the REAL dim sum you'd get in NY. So now is your chance to point me in the right direction and tell me where to find that uber NY dim sum."
Please add your thoughts on the thread we've moved to the Manhattan board, at http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/1006159
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