NYC Restaurants

Bang Chendgu Street Kitchen



158 W 23rd St
New York, NY, 10011
(646) 864-2282
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Cuisine: Chinese

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Bang Chendgu Street Kitchen is a modern spot in Chelsea showcasing Chinese street foods. Diners order via kiosk or attendant and pick up there food at nearby stations where it is prepared fresh. The dishes are broken down into three categories; Dianxin Bang (snacks), Guokui Bang (stuffed bread), and Mian Bang (bowls). Snacks include sweet rice cake soup with goji berries, leafless savory cake with pork (similar to steamed buns), and spicy crinkled potatoes. Warm bread pockets, dusted with sesame seeds, come filled with pork, beef or chilled jelly noodles with vegetables and Bang sauces. Bowls range from Tiger Dan Dan noodles to cold noodles with peppercorn oil, and pork-filled Dragon Soup Wontons. Dishes can be ordered spicy or mild, and by spicy we mean SPICY. The foods are what you might find on the streets of Chendgu, China, also known as the “land of abundance.”

- Thomas Rafael


Neighborhood: Chelsea

Payment: Accepts Credit Cards


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