Taste of Chinatown 2005
Taste what Chinatown has to offer! Over 50 restaurants, bakeries, tea houses, and specialty shops will offer $1.00 tasting plates on Saturday, April 23, 2005 from 1:00PM to 6:00PM .
Sample dishes which have made Chinese cuisine the favorite world wide and marvel at the selections from Canton, Shanghai, Beijing, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Gorge on delicacies from Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and Japan, all in one afternoon.
Our tasting stations are spread across the heart of Chinatown, on Mott, Mulberry, Baxter, Bayard, Pell, and Mosco. Every street leads to delicious discoveries so tour the entire Taste of Chinatown route and stop by each station to get the full breath of tempting offerings. Compare over a dozen different types of noodles from homemade egg to flat rice, sautéed with your favorite ingredients. Spend the afternoon hunting for the perfect dumpling or go on a whirl wind dim sum tour and get a true appreciation for the wide variety of offerings whether it be steamed, baked, sautéed or fried. To expand your repertoire of what is Asian food, don’t forget to taste more unusual dishes like vegetarian snails and meatball congee.
At $1.00 a plate, what more could you ask for?