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Yunnan BBQ

Yunnan BBQ

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Chinesisches Restaurant$$$$
Lower East Side, New York City
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  • Ina L.heart icon on user image
    Ina LiDezember 12, 2015
    Best modern Chinese food in New York. Dishes are cooked in traditional ways but all with an American twist. Must try: chicken wings, pork ribs, duck breast and their cocktails (Azelea and Yunnan gold)
  • Celena C.heart icon on user image
    Celena ChanAugust 16, 2015
    Ordered 3 small plates and 1 main for 2. More than enough food, the shrimp app and mushrooms were great. I loved how the goat mapo tofu had chunks of meat-- a nice surprise and hearty dish!
  • Joanna F.
    Joanna FlammJuly 10, 2012
    Everything we ate here was totally delicious. Potato balls are like fried heaven, and the spicy pork was great and not crazy spicy. Wine by the glass is on tap, which is eco-friendly and always fresh.
  • Rory P.
    Rory ParnessMärz 26, 2014
    The addictive Sichuan wings are lip numbingly spicy with a nice touch of chili sweetness. Make sure you save some mushroom rice cakes to cool your mouth down (and about a gallon of water)
  • DailyCandy
    DailyCandyDezember 30, 2013
    "A room full of owner Erika Chou’s overseas market finds set the stage for shared plates of celery and gingko; crisped shrimp with fried lime leaves; and charred eggplant with peanuts and chilies."
  • Cover
    CoverDezember 8, 2013
    Chinese small plates, come with a group and order everything. Chinese greens, rice cakes, lamb meatballs, & crispy whole prawns (you can eat the shell!). Pay with Cover and skip waiting for the check.
  • Thrillist
    ThrillistMai 16, 2012
    Looking for bite-size deftly meats? You've come to the right place. Try the lamb meatball skewers and the dried beef salad with chilies for the most unique chinese dining experience. Mehr erfahren
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureJuni 4, 2013
    Start with stir-fried mushrooms at this brick-walled Chinese restaurant that imbues local produce with Yunnanese flavors. Other highlights: sausage fried rice, shredded chicken with taro.
  • Erin
    ErinJuly 10, 2012
    Mushroom rice cakes were not what we expected...in the best way possible. Try the tofu ribbon salad - super light. Wash down all of the spice with some draft wine (we had the syrah rose).
  • Shana C.
    Shana CarpAugust 16, 2012
    The tofu skin noodles are crazy yummy and unlike any other Asian fish I've had. On the other hand, the crispy skin chicken, while delicious, was so spicy that I lost feeling in my mouth.
  • Bryan W.
    Bryan WolffSeptember 11, 2012
    Worlds removed from what we've gotten to acquaint with "Chinese for dinner", Yunnan Kitchen serves up a delicious menu of tasty, healthy and herby food from Asia. Budget: $20 max.
  • Tom W.heart icon on user image
    Tom WahlinDezember 10, 2013
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    I've tried just about everything on the menu at this point. Favorites include: tofu ribbon salad and the mushroom rice cakes. Don't forget to pay with Cover.
  • AW G.
    AW GFebruar 14, 2014
    really nice atmosphere and great cocktail selection. tapas style. definitely recommend the prawns, lamb meatballs, and mushroom dish. the charred eggplant was too cold and wet.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceFebruar 10, 2014
    Village Voice is proud to welcome Yunnan Kitchen to the 2014 Choice Eats food fest! http://bit.ly/1cRzdNV. Inspired by cuisine from China's Yunnan Providence, they give a new meaning to Chinese food.
  • Umi Hashitsume F.heart icon on user image
    Umi Hashitsume FrancisSeptember 7, 2012
    Cold noodles and delicious and large - great for sharing! Rice cakes are generous, as well. Spicy pork skewers and delicious, along with the head on shrimp! Loved everything.
  • BlackBook Magazine
    BlackBook MagazineDezember 14, 2012
    As China’s southernmost province, Yunnan cuisine draws influence from nearby Thailand & Vietnam. Chef Travis Post (late of Franny's) turns out the bright flavors of traditional Yunnan cuisine. Mehr erfahren
  • Berk K.heart icon on user image
    Berk KapiciogluJuly 11, 2015
    If you think you know Chinese cuisine, think again. Get the lamb shao kao, the fried rice, and the Pomelo salad. Get bunch of plates and share among friends.
  • Cameron A.heart icon on user image
    Cameron AckroydJuni 19, 2012
    The lamb meatballs--everyone says to get them. Everyone is correct. They're unreal good and the best value in the city. Also, the potato balls. Get those too. So tasty.
  • Michelle C.
    Michelle CheungNovember 3, 2012
    Some of the best and unique Chinese food I've tasted in NYC (and good Chinese food is rare). I recommend most things but I'd stay away from the grilled skewers.
  • Spencer F.
    Spencer FryMai 26, 2013
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    This place is amazing. Everything is good. It's about two plates per person and I recommend sharing. The cold noodles were a standout dish for me.
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListMai 12, 2012
    Look out for: Shared plates of celery, sweet lily bulbs, and gingko; crisped shrimp with fried lime leaves; and rice cakes tossed with ham, scallions, and tomatoes by chef Travis Post. Mehr erfahren
  • Matt H.heart icon on user image
    Matt HealyMai 11, 2014
    It's mostly small plates, so make sure to come with a bunch of people so you can try everything. Because everything is amazing.
  • Dina
    DinaApril 24, 2014
    Delicious, subtle and often surprising food of North Weat China, great ingredients and simple, spot-on cooking. Several healthy, vegetarian choices.
  • Chrisheart icon on user image
    ChrisDezember 11, 2013
    Schon mehr als 10 Mal hier gewesen
    The ham rice cakes are great. Check out the wings (with Sichuan peppercorns) and a Tsingtao. Don't forget to pay with Cover!
  • Cheap Best Hidden
    Cheap Best HiddenDezember 14, 2015
    If you're the kind of person that likes soy in their cocktails, Yunnan has dope street-inspired food, and a holiday cocktail called the Smooth Operator. Mehr erfahren
  • Stephen G.heart icon on user image
    Stephen GrazianoSeptember 20, 2015
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    My go-to designer Chinese place in the neighborhood. Can't go wrong with the goat mapo tofu and the duck fried rice.
  • Janelle J.
    Janelle J.März 15, 2013
    Food is pretty salty, but yummy. The chrysanthemum salad is great. Lamb meatballs are amazing. I'd skip the fried pork belly though, it's good, but nothing surprising and unusual.
  • Rameycakes
    RameycakesMai 5, 2012
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Ham rice cakes are not your mama's rice cake. Savory, saucy goodness. Tofu ribbon salad is a ribbon winner in my book. Crisp, fresh, yet spicy.
  • Kaitlin Y.
    Kaitlin YapchaianMai 26, 2012
    With six or more, for ordering efficiency, work backwards by choosing the few things as a group that you *don't* want. Potato balls are my favorite.
  • Honghui Y.heart icon on user image
    Honghui YuMai 9, 2015
    The braised pork fried rice is the best fried rice I've had in the city, only wish it came in larger portions!
  • Zayed K.
    Zayed KhanNovember 9, 2013
    Hit or miss. The lamb meatballs are amazing and packed with flavour. Chicken wings are great and spicy as hell. But both orders of our fried rice were too hard. And the pork belly was too salty.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMärz 18, 2013
    Yunnan Chinese cooking with modern sensibilities. Mostly shareable small plates with light, bright flavors.
  • Brandon Y.
    Brandon YnayanMärz 8, 2014
    Most innovative Chinese food I've had for a while. Must try: Lamb meatballs and the Chinese sausage fried rice.
  • Kate F.
    Kate FurmanMai 27, 2015
    Similar to Mission Chinese but not as crowded. Try the goat mapo tofu with rice.
  • Laura C.
    Laura ChinJuly 15, 2012
    If you like lamb, you'll love the lamb meatballs. If you don't like lamb, you'll still love the lamb meatballs.
  • ZZubinheart icon on user image
    ZZubinJanuar 9, 2016
    The meats here are tender and aggressively seasoned (in a good way). Good veggie apps. I didn't like the chicken wings: smoky and too much meat per skin.
  • Amber M.
    Amber MarlowJanuar 29, 2013
    We were two people and got two orders of rice cakes. This proved robe excessive. The mushroom rice cakes are the best.
  • The New Yorker M.
    The New Yorker ManagerSeptember 6, 2012
    "...it's hard not to fall for the playful innovation of the menu, derived loosely from a food tour the owner and chef took through China" -Hannah Goldfield from the 9/10/12 issue: http://nyr.kr/QU8W1t
  • Monisha
    MonishaOktober 7, 2013
    Lamb meatballs are to die for! Packed with flavor and juicy. I'd also recommend the Papaya salad.
  • Jen B.
    Jen BJuly 7, 2013
    Absolutely delicious, even for a vegetarian. Great flavors, atmosphere, service, and prices.
  • Carlos S.
    Carlos SanchezSeptember 27, 2014
    Great ambience, awesome food (meatballs were so juicy), hipster. Strongly recommend.
  • Emily
    EmilyAugust 30, 2012
    Come here hungry and ready to share. The lamb meatballs, shredded chicken and woodear mushrooms are TDF.
  • Emily T.
    Emily TaingJanuar 20, 2013
    Best papaya salad I've ever had... excluding my mom's. lamb meatballs and potato balls FTW.
  • Christina X.
    Christina XuApril 4, 2013
    I'm going to buck the trend and say that the crispy chicken is WAY better than the lamb meatballs.
  • DishEnvy
    DishEnvyOktober 2, 2012
    The shredded chicken with taro is unlike anything we've had before and is a definite must try.
  • Mike W.
    Mike WinstonMai 6, 2012
    You need the Fried Potato Balls, they are incredibly light and the sauce works perfectly
  • Megan G.
    Megan GemJuni 11, 2012
    Get the scallion fried rice and lemongrass chicken! You'll never look at Chinese takeout the same after this!
  • Celena C.heart icon on user image
    Celena ChanAugust 16, 2015
    Remember to order rice if you get the mapo tofu! It's very saucy.
  • Stylesight
    StylesightSeptember 4, 2012
    Delicious small plates of Asian food off the beaten path in the hip Lower East Side.
  • David F.
    David FactorJuni 12, 2013
    Cold noodles, ham rice cakes, tomato app, fried potato balls = awesome
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