Rickshaw Dumpling Bar

★★★★☆
  • 61 W 23rd St

    New York, NY 10010

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  • 212-924-9220

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They were good but; 6 for $6? I'm not sure if I can splurge here all the time. For cheaper and just as good dumplings, go to Chinatown. But I suppose the prices reflect the higher costs of rent here.

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★★★☆☆

They were good but; 6 for $6? I'm not sure if I can splurge here all the time. For cheaper and just as good dumplings, go to Chinatown. But I suppose the prices reflect the higher costs of rent here.

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This place was made to cater to the American palette, but if you want real dumplings, don't go here. The dumplings are okay, and it sounds inexpensive, but I didn't think so at all. I've never paid $10 for 5 dumplings in my life! In Chinatown and brooklyn, you can get 4 dumplings for $1, and they taste SO much better!

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★★★☆☆

This place was made to cater to the American palette, but if you want real dumplings, don't go here. The dumplings are okay, and it sounds inexpensive, but I didn't think so at all. I've never paid $10 for 5 dumplings in my life! In Chinatown and brooklyn, you can get 4 dumplings for $1, and they taste SO much better!

Pros: Very cute place, nice atmosphere, fast and friendly service

Cons: $10 for 5 dumplings?...Really?

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I really liked this place it was super yummy and the people were very nice.

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★★★★★

I really liked this place it was super yummy and the people were very nice.

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first time i went in i paid like $10 for lunch and was like whoa. i just walked by the 8th street store and saw they had an nyu student deal for 7.50 and was psyched. good thing i am spending $100,000 on tuition and housing so i can get this combo meal. i got the szechuan chicken and a miso soup. the szechuan dumplings are actually spicy (i hate it when they say things are spicy and aren't) the one thing about it is that the container for the dipping sauce is a pain in the dumpling because i spilled it the first time and i spilled it yesterday trying to open it.

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★★★★☆

first time i went in i paid like $10 for lunch and was like whoa. i just walked by the 8th street store and saw they had an nyu student deal for 7.50 and was psyched. good thing i am spending $100,000 on tuition and housing so i can get this combo meal. i got the szechuan chicken and a miso soup. the szechuan dumplings are actually spicy (i hate it when they say things are spicy and aren't) the one thing about it is that the container for the dipping sauce is a pain in the dumpling because i spilled it the first time and i spilled it yesterday trying to open it.

Pros: go student power

Cons: hard to open sauce lids

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I eat here every thursday . Relatively inexpensive, great dumplings..I see alot of the same people here every thursday which is saying something for Manhattan fast food.No its not Chinatown and quite honestly I dont think thats what they're trying to be....Great space, clean, nice staff, and a simple menu that offers enough choices to keep me coming back for more ....TRY THE CHOCOLATE DUMPLINGS ........YUMMMMM

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★★★★★

I eat here every thursday . Relatively inexpensive, great dumplings..I see alot of the same people here every thursday which is saying something for Manhattan fast food.No its not Chinatown and quite honestly I dont think thats what they're trying to be....Great space, clean, nice staff, and a simple menu that offers enough choices to keep me coming back for more ....TRY THE CHOCOLATE DUMPLINGS ........YUMMMMM

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People who think these are cheap and good don't have a frame of reference. They're neither cheap (compared to Chinatown), nor good (compared to Chinatown). I can't explain, but the taste is just off. They are less greasy and probably healthier than a classic dumpling, but I'd rather have just one dumpling from Chinatown instead of the 8 weird dumplings from Rickshaw. Considering you can get 10 steamed dumplings and a beef sandwich on sesame bread for $3.50 in Chinatown, I don't see a reason to every trust anyone else's dumplings. If you think Chinatown is run down, then you need to branch out.

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★☆☆☆☆

People who think these are cheap and good don't have a frame of reference. They're neither cheap (compared to Chinatown), nor good (compared to Chinatown). I can't explain, but the taste is just off. They are less greasy and probably healthier than a classic dumpling, but I'd rather have just one dumpling from Chinatown instead of the 8 weird dumplings from Rickshaw. Considering you can get 10 steamed dumplings and a beef sandwich on sesame bread for $3.50 in Chinatown, I don't see a reason to every trust anyone else's dumplings. If you think Chinatown is run down, then you need to branch out.

Pros: Nice atmosphere

Cons: dumplings are poor, relatively not cheap

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The dumplings at this place is bad, i don't understand why all the positive comments. If you've ever had real dumplings, they are suppose to be juicy, with just the right wrap thickness. These dumplings taste like frozen dumplings from a bag. The wrap is so thick that you have a ways to bite into before hitting the filling. It's not how good dumplings suppose to taste. I'm embarrassed that people are eating this thinking this is what dumplings should taste like and even go as far as saying it's "gourmet dumpling"?? Please go to chinatown and get the real thing--cheaper and tastier.

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★☆☆☆☆

The dumplings at this place is bad, i don't understand why all the positive comments. If you've ever had real dumplings, they are suppose to be juicy, with just the right wrap thickness. These dumplings taste like frozen dumplings from a bag. The wrap is so thick that you have a ways to bite into before hitting the filling. It's not how good dumplings suppose to taste. I'm embarrassed that people are eating this thinking this is what dumplings should taste like and even go as far as saying it's "gourmet dumpling"?? Please go to chinatown and get the real thing--cheaper and tastier.

Pros: only if you really can't get to chinatown

Cons: dumplings are no good

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I'M A FOODIE AND I LOVE TO COOK AND EAT. I KEPT HEARING ABOUT RICKSHAW'S AND FINALLY DECIDED TO TRY IT. NO THANKS..I WISH I COULD HAVE REGURGITATED IT ALL AND GAVE IT BACK TO THEM FOR A REFUND. THE ONLY TIME RICKSHAW DUMPLINGS SHOULD BE EATEN IS..NEVER! THEY ALSO NEED TO STOP USING SO MUCH ONION TO FILL UP THE DUMPLINGS, AND STOP BEING CHEAP WITH THE REAL FILLING.

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★★☆☆☆

I'M A FOODIE AND I LOVE TO COOK AND EAT. I KEPT HEARING ABOUT RICKSHAW'S AND FINALLY DECIDED TO TRY IT. NO THANKS..I WISH I COULD HAVE REGURGITATED IT ALL AND GAVE IT BACK TO THEM FOR A REFUND. THE ONLY TIME RICKSHAW DUMPLINGS SHOULD BE EATEN IS..NEVER! THEY ALSO NEED TO STOP USING SO MUCH ONION TO FILL UP THE DUMPLINGS, AND STOP BEING CHEAP WITH THE REAL FILLING.

Pros: NONE

Cons: NAPKINS AND STRAWS ARE FREE

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Every time I go it's good. The servers recognize me and a requite friendly and ever helpful. Very clean.

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★★★★★

Every time I go it's good. The servers recognize me and a requite friendly and ever helpful. Very clean.

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I had heard from several sources that Rickshaw was awful - assessments made by individuals who have had authentic Chinese dumplings. Against their recommendations, I decided to give it a try since it was so close by. I ordered the pan fried pork and chinese leek dumplings w/ a salad (soy-sesame vinaigrette). The dumplings were decent, not the best I've ever had, but by no means awful. The greens were nice, but could've used more than just bean sprouts and some crunchy stuff. The soy-sesame vinaigrette was way too salty. I would go back again, but would be willing to try their salad only again if I was able to choose another salad dressing. I think I'll try the dumplings w/ noodle soup next time. FYI, you can order the dumplings and pair them w/ a salad or a noodle soup for an additional charge which I thought was a nice touch - almost like making it a combo of sorts in fastfood speak.

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★★★★☆

I had heard from several sources that Rickshaw was awful - assessments made by individuals who have had authentic Chinese dumplings. Against their recommendations, I decided to give it a try since it was so close by. I ordered the pan fried pork and chinese leek dumplings w/ a salad (soy-sesame vinaigrette). The dumplings were decent, not the best I've ever had, but by no means awful. The greens were nice, but could've used more than just bean sprouts and some crunchy stuff. The soy-sesame vinaigrette was way too salty. I would go back again, but would be willing to try their salad only again if I was able to choose another salad dressing. I think I'll try the dumplings w/ noodle soup next time. FYI, you can order the dumplings and pair them w/ a salad or a noodle soup for an additional charge which I thought was a nice touch - almost like making it a combo of sorts in fastfood speak.

Pros: Decent Dumplings, Cute, Clean Packaging, Lightning Quick Service

Cons: Lack of Veggies in Salad, Salty Soy-Sesame Vinaigrette Dressing

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Admittedly I really like dumplings. But these are just amazing. And it's much more than what you get in Chinatown because they go far beyond the everyday pork and chive dumplings. And it's a full meal. You can get the dumplings with a flavor-paired soup or salad. My favorite was the Chicken and Thai Basil - not only are the dumplings good, but the noodle soup that pairs with it was sooo good. The noodles were fresh, just the right consistency, and the broth was slightly spicy - almost like a Thai curry in its complexity. I also loved the peking duck dumplings and the dessert (mochi and chocolate) dumplings. Amazing! I'll definitely go back.

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★★★★★

Admittedly I really like dumplings. But these are just amazing. And it's much more than what you get in Chinatown because they go far beyond the everyday pork and chive dumplings. And it's a full meal. You can get the dumplings with a flavor-paired soup or salad. My favorite was the Chicken and Thai Basil - not only are the dumplings good, but the noodle soup that pairs with it was sooo good. The noodles were fresh, just the right consistency, and the broth was slightly spicy - almost like a Thai curry in its complexity. I also loved the peking duck dumplings and the dessert (mochi and chocolate) dumplings. Amazing! I'll definitely go back.

Pros: Great cheap meal

Cons: None

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Best dumplings I've ever eaten! So good.....so inexpensive! Great space and wonderful service! I had the thai dumplings with a salad and it was wonderful. Portions are just right and wonderfully delicious. Can't wait to go back!

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★★★★★

Best dumplings I've ever eaten! So good.....so inexpensive! Great space and wonderful service! I had the thai dumplings with a salad and it was wonderful. Portions are just right and wonderfully delicious. Can't wait to go back!

Pros: Delicious, great service, good atmosphere

Cons: None

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New York magazine just gave the chocolate soup dumpling balls the "#10 most delicious chocolate dessert in NYC" award. Since all the other places require ties, this is probably the easiest and cheapest way to indulge yourself. BUT BE CAREFUL. We're talking scalding hot jets of chocolate pumping out of the holes made by your incisors. It's dangerous chocolate.

In terms of savory dumplings, I like to do a mix of porks and ducks. (I know that sounds dangerous, too.)

The guys who manage the place are friendly (even though one of them hates the shrimp dumplings and longs for you to write in comments validating his taste buds). It's clean, well-lit, fast and I think pretty healthy.

Except I'm not kidding about the danger balls: get them but watch out.

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★★★★★

New York magazine just gave the chocolate soup dumpling balls the "#10 most delicious chocolate dessert in NYC" award. Since all the other places require ties, this is probably the easiest and cheapest way to indulge yourself. BUT BE CAREFUL. We're talking scalding hot jets of chocolate pumping out of the holes made by your incisors. It's dangerous chocolate.

In terms of savory dumplings, I like to do a mix of porks and ducks. (I know that sounds dangerous, too.)

The guys who manage the place are friendly (even though one of them hates the shrimp dumplings and longs for you to write in comments validating his taste buds). It's clean, well-lit, fast and I think pretty healthy.

Except I'm not kidding about the danger balls: get them but watch out.

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Quick and easy place to stop in for a bite to eat. You order at the window and grab your food on lunchroom cafeteria style trays. Seats are hard to find during lunch hour. But, food comes out quickly and is hot! I got the duck dumpling fried in the soup. Big portions and very filling. If you get them in the soup, I would just get them steamed.

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★★★★☆

Quick and easy place to stop in for a bite to eat. You order at the window and grab your food on lunchroom cafeteria style trays. Seats are hard to find during lunch hour. But, food comes out quickly and is hot! I got the duck dumpling fried in the soup. Big portions and very filling. If you get them in the soup, I would just get them steamed.

Pros: cheap

Cons: not much seating, one veggie optio

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A friend and I went last Friday for a quick meal. We had the duck and thai chicken dumplings with a salad and mushroom soup as sides. Soup tasted like water and soy sauce and came in a teeny-tiny take-out container. Green salad and soy sauce dressing was okay. The duck dumplings were mediocre, the thai chicken just didn't taste very good. The only thing this restaurant can really brag about is its trendy decor and gimmicky packaging. Yes, the prices are relatively inexpensive for the area but to me, mediocre food is hardly ever a bargain. If you're asian or have eaten a lot of asian food (I'm both) try another dumpling bar, even mandoo is better. FYI, you can get fresh watermelon juice in many bubble tea/juice places in chinatown. We also tried the chocolate dumplings, just trendy but nothing spectacular.

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★★☆☆☆

A friend and I went last Friday for a quick meal. We had the duck and thai chicken dumplings with a salad and mushroom soup as sides. Soup tasted like water and soy sauce and came in a teeny-tiny take-out container. Green salad and soy sauce dressing was okay. The duck dumplings were mediocre, the thai chicken just didn't taste very good. The only thing this restaurant can really brag about is its trendy decor and gimmicky packaging. Yes, the prices are relatively inexpensive for the area but to me, mediocre food is hardly ever a bargain. If you're asian or have eaten a lot of asian food (I'm both) try another dumpling bar, even mandoo is better. FYI, you can get fresh watermelon juice in many bubble tea/juice places in chinatown. We also tried the chocolate dumplings, just trendy but nothing spectacular.

Pros: quick service

Cons: bland soup

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Great place to stop by & munch on dumplings! Everything was great- we got the pork dumplings w/salad, chicken dumplings w/noodles, green tea milkshake & chocolate dumplings. Loved the noodles & spicy tofu in the soup. Loved everything from the food, to the service, to the music to the boxes the food comes in!!!
Awesome value if you don't want to haul all the way to Chinatown.
We needed something like this in the city! :)

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★★★★★

Great place to stop by & munch on dumplings! Everything was great- we got the pork dumplings w/salad, chicken dumplings w/noodles, green tea milkshake & chocolate dumplings. Loved the noodles & spicy tofu in the soup. Loved everything from the food, to the service, to the music to the boxes the food comes in!!!
Awesome value if you don't want to haul all the way to Chinatown.
We needed something like this in the city! :)

Pros: service, ambiance, food

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First time there, I like the look of the place nice atmosphere. The service was very good. I didn't have to wait for my order. The dumplings were pretty good and not expensive. I would go there again. On the other hand, If you can't go to Chinatown, you could always go there.

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★★★★☆

First time there, I like the look of the place nice atmosphere. The service was very good. I didn't have to wait for my order. The dumplings were pretty good and not expensive. I would go there again. On the other hand, If you can't go to Chinatown, you could always go there.

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Where else do you pay $6.95 for 6 dumplings for what could be had for $1 in Chinatown and better prepared? Why the flatiron district of course. Here the dumplings are trendy and it makes for an ideal lunch spot for the Asian food lovers in the area. Its fun to watch them make the dumplings.

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★★★★☆

Where else do you pay $6.95 for 6 dumplings for what could be had for $1 in Chinatown and better prepared? Why the flatiron district of course. Here the dumplings are trendy and it makes for an ideal lunch spot for the Asian food lovers in the area. Its fun to watch them make the dumplings.

Pros: Dumplings, Price, Atmosphere

Cons: Overly Trendy

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We come here for the dumplings but they come in a box almost as cold as those standing behind the cashier. Their respective exotic sauces/dips did not complement the dumplings they were supposed to be matched with; we ended up dipping them all in their classic soy sauce. The soups have a slight bitter after taste. The watermelonade is refreshing and a must; certainly a place to go when in a hurry and hungry with the club- like music jazzing up the joint. Otherwise, head for Chinatown for better dumplings.

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★★★☆☆

We come here for the dumplings but they come in a box almost as cold as those standing behind the cashier. Their respective exotic sauces/dips did not complement the dumplings they were supposed to be matched with; we ended up dipping them all in their classic soy sauce. The soups have a slight bitter after taste. The watermelonade is refreshing and a must; certainly a place to go when in a hurry and hungry with the club- like music jazzing up the joint. Otherwise, head for Chinatown for better dumplings.

Pros: Inexpensive, quick serving, upbeat atmosphere

Cons: not kid friendly, not accommodating, hard to find parking

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Don't understand all the hype. I got the fried duck dumplings, and they were mediocre at best. Almost tasteless. I've had tastier dumplings not just in Chinatown, but at just about any hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurant throughout the city. Maybe the duck dumplings just aren't that good, and the other types are better??? I don't know, but I"m not likely to find out anytime soon.

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★★★☆☆

Don't understand all the hype. I got the fried duck dumplings, and they were mediocre at best. Almost tasteless. I've had tastier dumplings not just in Chinatown, but at just about any hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurant throughout the city. Maybe the duck dumplings just aren't that good, and the other types are better??? I don't know, but I"m not likely to find out anytime soon.

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After passing this place day after day, I decided to finally try it. I got steamed shrimp dumplings in salad and while it was good, i thought the dumplings were a little bland. The menu described these as having wasabi and I was disappointed that they were not hotter. On a positive note, I thought the menu was simple to understand. They did not overwhelm with a ton of choices, my order was ready in 5 minutes if not less, and I got a relatively large meal for 8 bucks. I will try it again but next time, i am going to go with the fried stuff.

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★★★★☆

After passing this place day after day, I decided to finally try it. I got steamed shrimp dumplings in salad and while it was good, i thought the dumplings were a little bland. The menu described these as having wasabi and I was disappointed that they were not hotter. On a positive note, I thought the menu was simple to understand. They did not overwhelm with a ton of choices, my order was ready in 5 minutes if not less, and I got a relatively large meal for 8 bucks. I will try it again but next time, i am going to go with the fried stuff.

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Okay, it's not the best for dumplings (though not horrible). HOWEVER, it is ABSOLUTELY the best for two other things on the menu: (1) the chocolate mochi dessert. Fresh mochi entirely covered in roasted black sesame and filled with gooey chocolate. Just barely sweet---it is DIVINE. There's nothing else like it NYC. (2) The Watermelonade. FRESH WATERMELON JUICE!! This is impossible to get anywhere else! These two things are spectacular and more than make up for any shortcomings in the dumpling dept.
PS Oddly, vegetarian dumplings seemed more flavorful than shrimp or pork dumplings.

2
★★★★☆

Okay, it's not the best for dumplings (though not horrible). HOWEVER, it is ABSOLUTELY the best for two other things on the menu: (1) the chocolate mochi dessert. Fresh mochi entirely covered in roasted black sesame and filled with gooey chocolate. Just barely sweet---it is DIVINE. There's nothing else like it NYC. (2) The Watermelonade. FRESH WATERMELON JUICE!! This is impossible to get anywhere else! These two things are spectacular and more than make up for any shortcomings in the dumpling dept.
PS Oddly, vegetarian dumplings seemed more flavorful than shrimp or pork dumplings.

Pros: chocolate mochi, watermelon juice

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This was my second visit and I was throughly disappointed in my shrimp dumplings and miso soup. The shrimp dumplings that were pleasant my first visit tasted very "off" the second. After a few bites I skipped them and focused on the soup which was mediocre. Edamame was the highlight dusted with a tasty flavored salt. This is a cute place and the concept is great. I think the food needs to be greatly improved though.

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★★☆☆☆

This was my second visit and I was throughly disappointed in my shrimp dumplings and miso soup. The shrimp dumplings that were pleasant my first visit tasted very "off" the second. After a few bites I skipped them and focused on the soup which was mediocre. Edamame was the highlight dusted with a tasty flavored salt. This is a cute place and the concept is great. I think the food needs to be greatly improved though.

Pros: Nice servers

Cons: Food needs improvemen

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to the reviewer who said they use the same soups for all dumplings... thats wrong, they actually have 5 different soups.. you would know that by simply reading the menu...

anyhow i really enjoyed the dumplings especially the peking duck and chicken and thai basil... you should definitely try it with the soups because no other dumpling place in new york has anything nearly as good and with such high quality. These are like gourmet dumplings and cant even be compared to chinatown.

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★★★★★

to the reviewer who said they use the same soups for all dumplings... thats wrong, they actually have 5 different soups.. you would know that by simply reading the menu...

anyhow i really enjoyed the dumplings especially the peking duck and chicken and thai basil... you should definitely try it with the soups because no other dumpling place in new york has anything nearly as good and with such high quality. These are like gourmet dumplings and cant even be compared to chinatown.

Pros: quick, affordable

Cons: very busy for lunch

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Finally tried Rickshaw dumplings after reading about all the hype. its definitely a sanitized version of china town dumplings, but worth a visit. I had the duck dumplings, and the cashier told me to get them fried. They were yummy! My friend got the chicken dumplings, steamed. Could not get enough of the peanut sauce!!! Grabbed a green tea milkshake on the way out, warning drink it quickly because it will seperate, but very delicious. I would go back next time I'm at home depot.

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★★★★★

Finally tried Rickshaw dumplings after reading about all the hype. its definitely a sanitized version of china town dumplings, but worth a visit. I had the duck dumplings, and the cashier told me to get them fried. They were yummy! My friend got the chicken dumplings, steamed. Could not get enough of the peanut sauce!!! Grabbed a green tea milkshake on the way out, warning drink it quickly because it will seperate, but very delicious. I would go back next time I'm at home depot.

Pros: peanut sauce, music

Cons: lunch crowd

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dumplings tasted like they were frozen and the soup was bland.
asked for more soup - found out they use the same broth for all the dumpling's soups.
very disappointed in terms of quality and taste. might fare better in chinatown for real authentic dumplings.

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★★☆☆☆

dumplings tasted like they were frozen and the soup was bland.
asked for more soup - found out they use the same broth for all the dumpling's soups.
very disappointed in terms of quality and taste. might fare better in chinatown for real authentic dumplings.

Pros: inexpensive, fast, variety

Cons: quality, presentation, taste

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I was very impressed with these light as air gyoza style dumplings. The green tea milkshake was yummy. Best of all, though, is the lightning fast service and cheery demeanor of the wonderful staff. Try the Chicken & Thai Basil with Peanut Soup (Steamed Dumplings). It was Fantastic! Can't wait to go back & try something else.

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★★★★★

I was very impressed with these light as air gyoza style dumplings. The green tea milkshake was yummy. Best of all, though, is the lightning fast service and cheery demeanor of the wonderful staff. Try the Chicken & Thai Basil with Peanut Soup (Steamed Dumplings). It was Fantastic! Can't wait to go back & try something else.

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NO NO NO! This place is awful! The fried dumpings are hard and chewy, and the filling tasted like mystery mush!! Not enough seating, and a limited menu. Peking duck was bleck and the pork chives will only keep coming back to haunt you! Go BACK to chinatown for the real thing!!

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★☆☆☆☆

NO NO NO! This place is awful! The fried dumpings are hard and chewy, and the filling tasted like mystery mush!! Not enough seating, and a limited menu. Peking duck was bleck and the pork chives will only keep coming back to haunt you! Go BACK to chinatown for the real thing!!

Pros: Decor, location

Cons: fried dumplings, persistant chives, limited seating

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Had low expectations compared to my fav dim sum in Chinatown. Was very pleasantly surpised...terrific dumpling options (I had the shrimp in miso soup) and sumptuous drink (green tea milkshake) followed by chocolate soup dumplings for dessert!
Skip the trip to Chinatown...enjoy Chelsea instead. Quick service and good prices to boot. Eat well!!!

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★★★★★

Had low expectations compared to my fav dim sum in Chinatown. Was very pleasantly surpised...terrific dumpling options (I had the shrimp in miso soup) and sumptuous drink (green tea milkshake) followed by chocolate soup dumplings for dessert!
Skip the trip to Chinatown...enjoy Chelsea instead. Quick service and good prices to boot. Eat well!!!

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Among all the unique dumpling fillings I decided to order the chicken and thai basil dumplings with a side of citrus salad. It was more like delicious gourmet dumplings, much tastier than the ones you get in Chinatown, not to mention skipping the trip there. Seating is rather limited so plan to get there early if you want a table. Service is relatively fast during lunch rush.
I will definitely go back to try other creative items on their menu.

2
★★★★★

Among all the unique dumpling fillings I decided to order the chicken and thai basil dumplings with a side of citrus salad. It was more like delicious gourmet dumplings, much tastier than the ones you get in Chinatown, not to mention skipping the trip there. Seating is rather limited so plan to get there early if you want a table. Service is relatively fast during lunch rush.
I will definitely go back to try other creative items on their menu.

Pros: inexpensive

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This new dumpling house is great! The quality of the dumplings was good, with a variety of choices and options for either soup and noodles with your order or salad. Try the Peking Duck dumplings or the tofu ones - also the green Asian salad was wonderful. I will be back for another green tea milkshake. Fast and friendly service, and there are some tables to sit down if you choose. Everything was very reasonably priced - you can fill up for less than $10.

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★★★★★

This new dumpling house is great! The quality of the dumplings was good, with a variety of choices and options for either soup and noodles with your order or salad. Try the Peking Duck dumplings or the tofu ones - also the green Asian salad was wonderful. I will be back for another green tea milkshake. Fast and friendly service, and there are some tables to sit down if you choose. Everything was very reasonably priced - you can fill up for less than $10.

Pros: dumplings, fast, cheap

 

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