It was our last day in New York and what better way to say goodbye than to have dim sum in Chinatown.
My cousin Virgil picked us up from our hotel in Times Square and brought us to Jin Fong for dim sum brunch.
I was surprised how big the place was. I bet it’s a popular venue for wedding receptions and grand celebrations.
For us dim sum was equivalent to comfort food. Everything we ordered was very good! Almost as good as Hong Kong.
fried shrimp rolls
I haven’t eaten this jelly roll dessert made from black sesame in a long time. Yum!
black sesame rolls
All that food fed all these people for only $60. That’s what I call a good deal.
Thanks again to Virgil for treating us. You won the credit card fight this time. Wait til I go back to New York and I’ll beat you to the cashier. We had a wonderful time in New York thanks to the two of you.
NY cousins Jerome and Virgil
On the way to the car we passed by The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory for some ice cream for Erin.
Bea treated Erin to some coconut ice cream. Was it good Erin?
If I wasn’t so full I would have tried the zen butter ice cream. Looks interesting and yummy.
Jing Fong Restaurant
20 Elizabeth St 2nd Flr.
New York, NY 10013
telephone: (212) 964-5256
The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory
65 Bayard Street
New York, NY 10013
telephone: (212) 608-4170
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Hi Leslie -Next time you visit NYC, let me know ealier so I can make some arrangements ahead of time. We can have steak and lobster at Le Cirque and follow this up with Spiderman on Broradway! Next day, we can go Woodbury Comons so you can shop till till you drop and have some caviar and sashimi at Nobu. How about that? Also try to time your visit during “restaurant week” when you can get some extrarodinary deals at some of the best restaurants in town. 🙂
Wow with a plan like that I’ll be there sooner thank you know it! I love the wood bury commons part best! When is restaurant week anyway? 😉
“Restaurant week” occurs twice: Winter (mid-January to early Feb) and Summer (mid-July to early August).