NYC Restaurants

Little Alley



550 3rd Ave (37th St)
New York, NY, 10016
Phone number (646) 9
https://www.littlealley.nyc/

Cuisine: Shanghai-style , Dim Sum , Chinese

Menu:   View the Menu

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Little Alley is bringing a taste of Shanghai to the streets of New York City. Named after the interconnecting alleyways of Shanghai, or "long tang," the restaurant is offering a carefully crafted menu of soup dumplings, potstickers, sweet & sour ribs, and smoked carp. We stopped in for some Crab Soup Dumplings, wonderfully plump and juicy. The first bite brings a hint of crab followed by a burst of seafood broth and BOOM you're hooked. The pork soup dumplings are equally as good with hints of ginger, oyster and sesame oil. Larger plates include Sautéed Corn with Baby Shrimp, Dong Po Pork (pork belly with broccoli and scallion), Mongolian Beef, Chicken with Hot Chili, and Taro with Salted Duck Egg. Little Alley has a lot to offer.

- Thomas Rafael


Neighborhood: Murray Hill

Takeout:Yes

Delivery: Yes

Payment: Accepts Credit Cards


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