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Originally opened in 1920, Nom Wah Tea Parlor is NYC's oldest dim sum parlor, located in the heart of Chinatown. This throwback gem was recently remodeled, but retains the Old World charm that has kept it alive and buzzing for almost a century as one of the most authentic dim sum and tea parlor experiences anywhere. Regulars and first-timers mingle and relax while enjoying the incredible dim sum and other dishes such as ha gow (a traditional Chinese dumpling), "the Original" egg roll (mixed veggies and chicken rolled in an egg crepe) and pan fried traditional wheat flour noodles.