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New York City: Cha Chan Tang

on September 30, 2011

Cha Chan Tang @ 45 Mott St (between Pell St & Bayard St)

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After a Mary Poppins Broadway show with Tommy, we decided to head to Cha Chan Tang for a late night snack. Being that is was my first time in this restaurant, I didn’t know it was that close to Teariffic! I love the decor. It’s modern and clean, very different from the dirty old Chinese eateries. They even have monitors with a never ending clip of busy streets and people of HK. Charmin Bear T already came here before she moved to LA. Her post is mainly on the entrees, which I have yet to try =X

Cha Chan Tang - Green Milk Tea with Pearls

Cha Chan Tang – Green Milk Tea with Pearls

The green bubble milk tea here is not bad. They have a station stocked to make drinks in the front. The only thing I would change is the sweetness of the boba. It was a little bland.

Cha Chan Tang - Imitation Shark Fin Soup

Cha Chan Tang – Imitation Shark Fin Soup

Supposedly, this is the soup you can find in street vendor stands. Tommy has been to HK many times and said htat although it’s good, it’s not the real imitation shark fin soup found in the bustling streets of Hong Kong. Maybe it’s HK tap water vs NY tap water =P

Cha Chan Tang - Curry Balls

Cha Chan Tang – Curry Balls

Hmmmmm, I can eat 2 bowls of curry balls. This snack has a mix of different meaty balls and fish balls. Curry is smooth and light and it coats well on these balls.

Next time I come back, I’m going to try the rice dishes. Since it’s open til very late at night, I foresee myself eating more often. Service and snacks so far are good!

– Charmin Bear J

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