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
First time at the restaurant and I was very excited. Had a table of 6 for my birthday. It was very loud and busy and we were sat in a BAD location. Table constantly kept getting knocked around, bumped and hit by waiters and other customers. One waiter dropped food on the table twice (which broke the plate) and rice fell in 2 of my guests laps and all they were offered was a drink each. With the amount of money we spent that was POOR customer service.
Great food and service. Very pricy, but you are getting high quality and not quantity. If you want the reverse go to Chinatown, but you will be eating at a B or C grade restaurant and who knows what you are really eating, how fresh, and facilities will be scary. Here waiters in white jackets, tables are restaurant is meticulously maintained.
Very creative dishes! Delicious! Service is very attentive but not smothering. Service is very elegant. Service captain is very helpful with understanding the menu. I am allergic to mold so there are a lot of foods I can't eat. The service captain and the chef were very helpful and flexible.
The menu is very difficult to read. The print is way too small and too light to read clearly. The light they provide in the center of the table doesn't work at all for a 5 foot tall woman.
This was my first time at a MR CHOW. The food was excellent and everything else was really good. The only con of MR CHOW Tribeca is the decor and the overall environment. With countless years of service, you can clearly see the wear and tear on the decor and other aspects of the restaurant.
I assumed that for the exorbitant price I would get something better than average food. To say this restaurant is over-priced is too kind. The word "fraud" comes to mind. Take the price of average food. Then double it because you're in New York, then double it again because you're in Tribeca. Then double that because you're at Mr. Chow's. To be clear, it's not the price. It's the utter lack of value that left us feeling like we were mugged by smiling criminals in white jackets in a rush to fleece us.
Awesome! Expensive-- but, awesome! Food was so tasty, presentation was wonderful and the service excellent. The restaurant is upscale, great for business dinner or a special occasion celebration.
We did not order individually (though you can obviously), instead we opted for the restaurant to serve us a variety of their popular dishes (family style servings) for our group of 7 (all yummy!). After a wonderful variety of dishes, it eventually led to the impressive peaking duck that was carved by our table (a work of food art). We had one person that is pescetarian (no meat, fish OK) and was treated wonderfully with plenty of various food options. Everyone in my party agreed it was a top-3 memorable dining experience and we travel/eat all over the country on business.
I have enjoyed other meals at Mr. Chows. This was Valentines Day and limited price fixed menu of $95.00pp without drinks. Some of the food was pre-cooked and heated. Terrible! It was my mistake for booking it on a holiday. I will try it once more on a regular evening.
The restaurant service was good yet there wasn't any wow factor on food (i.e. taste or presentation). I was waiting all night to have that one food that will totally blow my expectations, but nothing came in close. It was bit embarrassed since I suggested the place for my team dinner celebration. Your staff were friendly.
Wife and I went to Mr. Chow for restaurant week. We ordered squab with lettuce and the glazed prawns with walnuts as our first course. The squab was good, but the prawns were AMAZING! Our favorite part of the meal!!
For our second course, we got Beijing Chicken and Drunken Fish. The fish was seasoned lightly and not too heavy. Very good. The chicken was very bold. A little salty, but delicious nonetheless.
We had sautéed rice on the side. It was ok. Definitely have had better.
Dessert were two simple tiny scoops of vanilla ice cream and sorbet. Not much but delicious.
Mr. Chow is worth checking out if the opportunity arises.
A totally overrated restaurant where THE only good dish was the Beijing duck. Very expensive restaurant especially for dinner and big groups( we were 10 people). The food was average at best for Chinese food. They only gave us one small sauce dish ( for the chicken dish)for our large table which we had to keep passing around. For the price we paid, each dish should have been properly explained. We had to ask each time. However at least the service was quick, attentive and prompt.
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