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Tea Time: The Story of the Nom Wah Tea Parlor | Notes FromMy dad has this crazy story of swimming down from Guangzhou, China, to escape the communists and making his way to Hong Kong, where he met my mom.With red vinyl booths and retro, diner-style bar stools and counter, stepping into Nom Wah Tea Parlor feels a bit like entering a time.
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'Adam Lucas x Nom Wah Tea Parlor' on the Bowery [PHOTOSNom Wah Tea Parlor claims to have the longest running dim-sum shop in NYC and since 1920 this restaurant has been serving these delectable little dumplings at this address.
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Nom Wah Tea Parlor | Restaurants in Chinatown, New YorkWith a beautiful tile floor and sepia tones, it looks like the kind of room where the cast of In the Mood for Love would go when they wanted dumplings.
TO STAY OR TO GO?: Dim Sum at Nom Wah Tea ParlorLocal artist Adam Lucas (formerly known as Hanksy) yesterday joined forces with Nom Wah Tea Parlor for a collaboration of art and apparel.
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Nom Wah Tea Parlor, New York, NY - findglocal.comI was stranded in Cleveland for the storm itself and only made it back to Queens for the aftermath.Down Doyers Street, a sleepy alley tucked away from the hustle-and-bustle of Canal, lies the Michelin Star-rated Nom Wah Tea Parlor.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor tucked in on Doyers St. is regarded a less intense experience than cart-laden powerhouse.A neighborhood dim sum gem located on the same street since 1920, Nom Wah has been home to the finest dumplings and pork buns since the days when Chinatown occupied only three blocks of Manhattan.
See up-to-date pricelists and view recent announcements for this location.Grab a table or seat at one of the red banquettes or counter stools and point at the mouthwatering (and often greasy) delicacies pushed around on carts.
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