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The workingman backdrop and bright lighting belie the fact that this is some of the most accomplished food in Chinatown, beloved by A-list foodies (Ruth Reichl), chefs (David Chang) and celebs. Club kids dominate the ramshackle space in the wee hours. It's hard to go wrong, no matter what you order, but be sure to get anything that comes with the spectacular ginger-scallion sauce. Hong Kong–style lo mein, pan-fried noodles, barbecued meats and bowls of congee are all can't-miss.