About MR CHOW - TriBeca
Opened in 2006 by world famous restaurateur Michael Chow, most recently awarded the 5 Star Diamond Award by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences for its excellence, service, and cuisine this is the second post to the original in NYC on 57th Street. Mr Chow's latest & hippest location is surrounded by a Patio & the attractive bar opens at 5:00PM daily.
NY Magazine wrote in 2006 "To eat at a Mr Chow restaurant is to participate in a roving party, one that has migrated through four decades, three continents, & an awful lot of soup dumplings."
TriBeCa's Executive Chef Kwok Hor, is a highly respected professional in the Chinese Cuisine Industry & has given many lectures at The Hong Kong Culinary Association.
MR CHOW's menu is a combination of old authentic Beijing, Original Recipes, Chicken Satay, MR CHOW Noodles & Ma Mignon all were created by our passionate & skillful chefs. Also, on the Menu is one of the best prepared Beijing Duck in the world.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Daily: 5:00pm - 11:30pm
North Moore Street
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The famous nightly Chinese handmade noodle show is presented in every location since the opening of London in 1968.
1 train to Franklin Street.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Room is available in the restaurant for up to 40 guests, depending on date and time. Buyout of the restaurant is also available.
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Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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MR CHOW - TriBeca Ratings and Reviews
Food tasted as if it were sitting out before being served to us. The duck was served with bones in it, not sliced just ripped apart. Nothing tasted great, subpar and the price was astronomical. I don’t mind paying for good food and service, but it was not worth the money
We were not even given menu. The waiter said, I know what to bring you and you will love it. The Hope purpose is to boost the bill. The food was pretty bad and tasteless. Its sad, we used to really like this restaurant. This is the second time in a row we have this horrible experience and we will never go back.
I hosted a birthday dinner for my husband - 21 people and it was beautiful, delicious, flawless, and easy for me. We had vegans, veggies and pescatarians in our group (as well as those who eat everything) and all were easily accommodated by the menu without any need for custom plates or special requests. Elegant - yet casual if you want it to be. Our group came at 7 and left at 11. We had a blast. The service was perfect. And the compliments the next day were numerous. Great experience.
This is one of my favorite places. The food and service is always excellent. It is a bit pricey so if you are on a budget, save for a special occasion. But i It is much better than the up town location. (which is a bit too corporate) This has much more trendy feel. Outstanding.
We were seated at a long row of two tops and to say we were close to our neighbors was an understatement. The restaurant was also incredibly loud which was frustrating for conversation. We had about 5 different people tend to us through the course of the meal and weren’t sure who our actual server was. Food was fine, aside from the duck not worth the prices. Shrimp fried rice was devoid of any flavor and crispy beef was more fried than anything. Prefer Tao to this.
I went to dine with 3 people. We had ordered off the menu, but it was not the prefix menu. However, when we received the bill we were charged for the prefix. When we inquired about it, the waiter said he was 95% sure the prefix was more cost efficient. When we asked him to run the itemized bill it was $70 more expensive then what we ordered. He corrected the bill, but was not very apologetic and the manager did not come over to apologize. I have dined here a lot and never experienced this before. Not sure what was going on this night, but very disappointed.
Have never felt more rushed in a restaurant - the wait staff couldn't have been more frantic in their race to clear up dishes after each bite! And the place was just way too noisy, since there were several large parties, who seemed to think they were at a frat party! Nothing relaxing or enjoyable about the experience. Plus, the food was bland and mediocre.
Overall, a disappointing waste of money, and a marked contrast to the amazing experiences we've had at the Mr. Chow in Miami.
I would give this negative stars if that was an option… The food was mediocre and the price was exorbitant. The service was not great… They kept trying to upsell us. When the portions came we couldn’t believe our eyes… The amount of food was so small that it was incredible that they could serve it without being embarrassed. I would never go here again. I would never send anyone here, ever! They should be ashamed of themselves.
Horrible. The food is blend, and comparable to your cheapest neighborhood Chinese takeout. Portions are small, not that I am after huge plates but side dishes on the menu are marked as $8.50/person. The portion that has arrived definitely looked like an appropriate size for one person but of course it cost $17. The restrooms look outdated, and dirty. The staff is overly "attentive". Three different people will come to check on us at all times, asking the same questions. It's impossible to relax and eat, and actually have a conversation without being interrupted every 3 minutes. The only good thing was outside seating, which make sure you have to reserve otherwise they'll tell you it's all booked. Certainly would not recommend this place or ever return.
I was disappointed. I knew going in that it was wildly expensive, and it did not surprise there. But the food was simply unremarkable, flawed in some fashion or poorly prepared, most of which left me feeling rather glum after the experience. Of four dishes ordered (2 apps, 2 entrees) only one was really up to snuff - a crispy duck dish served with the thin pancakes you use to make, essentially, Chinese tacos. That was tasty, and a decent sized portion. The other entree, sea bass, was nicely flavored but a tiny portion. The salt-and-pepper prawns were overcooked and the peel stuck completely to the prawn inside, leaving us no recourse but to scrape out the meat with your fingers and teeth, like eating wings. Not exactly what we expected in a high priced restaurant. Mr. Chow noodles were fine, but unremarkable.
I was Blown away by the great prompt service at Mr. Chow, even though this a place for fine dining I felt like I was at home. The wait staff navigated us through the menu and picked out awesome dishes. We even received a treat from the chef with our appetizers. I will be back, Mr. Chow is my new go to spot for special occasions!
This restaurant came highly recommended and was so disappointing . The positives service good and decor good however the. Noise level was unbearable . The food was the biggest disappointment we were a table of 6 and the size of each sharing potion would suit 4 guests. The food was also bland and certainly tasted mass produced . The price for each dish is expensive and certainly not worth it. Maybe the chefs need to go to Singapore or Bali and taste some of the amazing food served in these countries. Very overrated
to be honest i love mr chow but this visit was horrible - i normally don't write reviews ever but it was so awful i feel the need. i actually don't think i'll eat there again and i've been going to mr. chow in tribeca since it's opened and uptown and in la and london forever. if anyone really cares why i'm happy to explain but unless i hear back i won't bother writing it all out. so upset, it was my favorite restaurant.
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