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
Valentine’s Day Prix Fix menu - not typically my first choice, but I get it for “holidays”. Quickly seated and poured complimentary glasses of champagne. Off to a good start. From there we were literally rushed the whole time. No explanation of menu, did not take any drink orders. Waiter was rude and was clearly just focused on volume. Food was mediocre at best and clearly not made to order. Again , I understand of a fixed menu on holidays, but at least make it to order if you’re going to charge $100:head. Very bland, small portions. For the total cost of the meal, the value is a joke. Honestly tastes like a knockoff version of hakkasan etc. I’ve lived/worked in the area for years and overall quality has just really declined.
Very disappointing. Waitress seemed very impatient explaining the menu. The portions were very small and weren’t hot. I’m sorry I expected more and have gotten more from smaller, quaint and less poplar restaurants. I can’t recommend Mr. Chow to anyone after my experience. Cost to Value, very low. It’s just my opinion.
We went to Mr. Chow’s for Restaurant Week and were very disappointed. Immediately it was clear that they were trying to flip the table and they even took away our appetizers and started putting our main dishes down while we were still eating despite us asking for more time. They refused and said it was because “that’s how Chinese people are.” The food was nothing great either- overall it was a disappointing experience. I’ve had great times at Restaurant Week and wouldn’t suggest going here ever.
Overpriced for the food. It was ok but not excelled - this place has a lot of hype around it but the food is just average. The design of the restaurant is also average and it is quite noisy. The host was very snobby and rude and would not look at you when she spoke and gave a terrible first impression but the waiters were good. When you are paying approx. 200 a head, you expect to be greeted nicely! I would probably not recommend this restaurant as the price did not match the quality and a rude host always ruins your experience!!!
Service was good but very rushed. We really had the impression that they needed the table right from the beginning of the dinner.
Food was good as was the service. However, it was very rushed. I expected more ease of dining from Mr. Chow. I understand this was restaurant week. However, the purpose is to get returns to the restaurant. Service is key. Mr. Chow fell short of expectations.
I've eaten at Mr Chow many times in LA and NY but this was the worst food I've ever eaten from Mr Chow. I understand that a pre fix menu for New Years Eve is challenging but the menu chosen was not a good selection and at 85 per person it was a joke. I felt taken advantage of and it has changed my opinion of Mr Chow completely. The worst New Years Eve meal I've ever had.
Great welcome from the host/hostess. Bartender was almost to the point of annoyance— when we sat down. We were 30 min prior to reservation but seemed to be rushed through our drinks and our meal. Not the same experience as 57th street location. The ambiance and vibe is different. The showmanship and polished Service wasnt represented in our meal that evening.
Overall the food was good— some minor corrections with servings needed to be made when we ordered. TriBeCa location is different for certain but even on its own merits it’s good not great.
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