MR CHOW - TriBeca
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.
First time at Mr. Chow’s in Lower Manhattan. Fun ambiance,not as formal as the restaurant in Mis-Town. Great people watching, lively groups enjoying each other’s company, many birthday celebrations during our visit. Service was excellent, food was great, enjoyed a few cocktails and some wine. For those watching their expenses check pricing. We are an older couple who enjoy nice restaurants. Our bill with tip was about $320. We had great time, can’t wait to go back. Cheers!
After hearing Jay-Z brag about his luxurious dinners at Mr. Chow, I had to check it out myself. While the atmosphere, service, and overall dining experience was exquisite, the food was rather mediocre –especially when considering the price. There are far better places to spend $300 between two people.
Food and service are excellent.
Tables are too close together - can not even have a conversation with my date because the people were so close on either side of us we couldn’t even hear each other.
Honestly our server was a horribly mean woman but otherwise it remains a lovely evening
Disappointing. Food was mediocre, at best. We ordered several dishes to share and there wasn't a single one I'd want to eat again. The service was very good as well as the atmosphere, and they have a nice selection of champagnes by the glass. But dinner for 2 (with a few glasses of champagne) ran over $300. I can think of 100 other restaurants where that money would have been better spent.
The Mr. Chow experience has to lived before you die
I was excited to check out Mr Chow....especially the duck. Overall, the food was just ok....not great at all. The duck was not great....pretty dry actually. But the big issue was the cost. It was so out of control, it felt like I was being robbed. I'm happy to pay up for great food in the city and do it all the time. But Mr Chow is charging for his brand, not the actual food. I can think of 50 places with better duck at 1/3 the cost.
I would stay far far away. Don't be fooled.
Excellent food, excellent service. Expensive but well worth it!
Great experience. I fainted, and the entire staff rushed to my aide until I felt better. Awesome people!
Everything was excellent.
We arrived early, restaurant was mostly empty. Wait staff tried to up sell everything (water and fixed price menu) and presented the wrong bottle of wine (same brand but different vineyard) twice and would not accept that it was not the wine represented on the menu. Restaurant was loud.
Food was good but mostly we will not return.
Super experience as always!
this was the loudest restaurant I have ever been in. Ever. But the food was truly outstanding. Not sure I would go back.
food and drinks were very very good. really enjoyed. everything was brought out with good timing. our waiter left little to be desired. was bullying us into ordering much more food then we wanted. we stood firm and the amount was perfect. we really never saw him again. so service was pretty poor and disappointing. however, the waitstaff who brought our dishes to us were fine.
I go to the 57th St location frequently. I also used to go to the Beverly Hills location regularly. Both are consistent. This is my second time at this location and both were major disappointments. The chef here appears to not be able to follow recipes. For example, the lamb with spring onion is usually paper thin. Here it is thicker, fatty pieces covered in a notably fishy sauce instead of the right balance of ingredients used elsewhere. Most alarming though, was that not one dish has tasted correct during both dining experiences here. I would not recommended coming to this location.
This is my third visit to Mr. Chow (twice downtown) and once at the midtown location. And though I enjoy the food very much, I find it unjustifiably pricey. I also feel rushed whenever I dine there. It feels as if the staff is lingering over you...
Always good food and a great scene!!
I just love the food here. Awesome hand-made noodle show.
Amazing in every way!!
Very good. Over priced
very long wait past reservation time.
The restaurant is chic and cool, the food is pedestrian at best.
Way too expensive for mediocre food, portions too small, overly seasoned.....
Mr. Chow—Tribeca always impresses. A great option for a group is the duck dinner, in which you select a number of appetizers and other main dishes. I love sharing the Mr. Chow—Tribeca experience with visitors to NYC, knowing that it will be a highlight of their NYC experience.
Médiocre food without interest and very expensive .
Made reservations to celebrate my birthday w my family and friends
It started and ended working ONE HOUR! Was never so rushed in my entire life! Food was on the level of a TGI Friday’s !
And the BILL.... Extraordinary blown up wayyyy more than its worth ! I will tell everyone what an awful experience this establishment was and hownit literally ruined my birthday !
Food is average like always. Overrated. Ordered almost the entire menu and only really loved maybe two things. Waiter was rude. Said he normally doesn’t give out menus? That’s weird because I’ve always been given a menu at every other experience at Mr Chow. Then when someone at our table asked him to take a picture, he made a comment about being a very busy man. He wasn’t doing anything but strolling around. He was just rude. Go somewhere else. There are much better restaurants in the city, especially for this price range.
Not impressed by the food quality. Over priced for the poor quality. No complains at all with respect to cleanliness, table set up and service. But I didn't love it. (and I have dined at the likes of Del Posto, 11 Madisson, Daniels etc.)
Head waiter made enjoyable experience . His suggestions for food were excellent . I’ve been to Mr. Chow a few times but this time was the best ever.
Horrible!!!!! Run. They call it family style I call it a rip off. Portions were extreme small and expensive. It took 10 minutes to get a waiters attention then another 10 minutes to get extra peanut sauce.
It is a really nice place because of the ambiance and the decor. The food is great but a little overpriced based on value compared to other restaurants in the city. The service is fair at best unfortunately. We were never asked how the meal was and had to continuously get someones attention for another beverage. That was disappointing! Get the chicken satay.
all good....service was a bit poor....but food is always great!
This place is really interesting, with the waiters with French accents in tuxedos, and the food is creative and phenomenal.
Honestly, it was delicious and unlike anything I’ve ever had.
We truly enjoyed it!
The only issues stem from this place being excellent and thus really popular:
The noise level is really loud, and they definitely move the meal along extremely rapidly.
Still a great experience!
Dining at Mr Chow Tribeca is always a great experience!
Overall good food and certainly an experience at a price .
Love the menu and the variety of tastes they offer. The Crab is amazing
Food was very good. Family style. Nice contemporary atmosphere. Service was excellent, staff was very attentive. I would definitely be back.
Excellent service, they really fuss over you. Glamorous crowd.
Easily one of my top 5 restaurants.. period. I’ve been a fan since the early 90’s
The service that Mr.Chow used to provide with a personal touch has disappeared as they have gotten very busy. Felt rushed this time and never before have I felt that way. I have been going there for 10 years plus.