New York City Restaurants

RedFarm

  • 529 Hudson St. Map It
  • West Village
  • Chinese

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

Conceived and run by Ed Schoenfeld, an expert on Chinese cuisine, and Joe Ng, known as the dumpling king of New York, this West Village restaurant specializes in—you guessed it—Chinese-style dumplings. At least partly. The menu focuses mostly on dim sum—small plates and snacks (often in dumpling form)—as well as Chinese-American dishes like three-chili chicken and chicken in garlic sauce. The lobster dumplings and the crab and pork soup dumplings are culinary wonders and nearly obligatory for first-timers. But come with a wallet the size of China itself because the dishes add up. Also consider trying the restaurant's duck-themed restaurant, Decoy, in the basement. There's also a location of RedFarm on Broadway and West 76th Street.

Restaurant Information

Address:

529 Hudson St., between 10th and Charles sts., New York, New York, 10014, USA

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Phone:

212-792–9700

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 06/26/2015

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