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Kung Fu Little Steam Buns Ramen


Voted New York's Best Xiao Long Bao Restaurant

Take Out // Order Online

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Kung Fu Little Steam Buns Ramen


Voted New York's Best Xiao Long Bao Restaurant

Take Out // Order Online

A journey to china

Let us take you on a culinary journey to China right here in New York City with our authentic xiao long bao and hand pulled noodles. We also have a variety of delicious dishes such as dim sum, chilled plates, breakfast, and desserts from different regions of China.

Stick Rice Shao Mai 

Kung fu dim sum

Sweet Babao Rice

desserts

Chilled Cucumber Salad

Chilled Plates

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Freshly Made. Everyday.


Each xiao long bao and every bowl of ramen are freshly handmade every day.

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Freshly Made. Everyday.


Each xiao long bao and every bowl of ramen are freshly handmade every day.

Xiao Long Bao

is a type of steamed bun (baozi) from the Jiangnan region of China, especially associated with Shanghai and Wuxi. It is traditionally prepared in a xiao long, small bamboo steaming basket, which give them their name. Xiao long bao are often referred to as a kind of "dumpling", but should not be confused with British or American style dumplings nor with Chinese jiaozi. Similarly, they are considered a kind of "soup dumpling" but should not be confused with other larger varieties of tang bao.

Hand-pulled Noodles

hand-making process involves taking a lump of dough and repeatedly stretching it to produce many strands of thin, long noodle. Literally, lā, (拉) means to pull or stretch, while miàn (麵) means noodle. In the Lanzhou style, the dough is worked aggressively. It is pulled in straight, quick, tugs with no twisting or waving. Some pullers regularly slam the noodle against their prep boards to ensure even stretching and uniform thickness. Flour is sometimes used to dust the strands and prevent sticking. Our noodles are freshly pulled after you place an order.

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The Kitchen


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The Kitchen


Peter Song

Head chef

Chef Peter Song, an actor who immigrated from China, was determined to bring authentic Northern Chinese cuisine to the U.S. Five years ago he opened the first restaurant in Flushing, New York. Due to it’s success a second restaurant opened in 2013 located in Hell’s Kitchen and most recently a third was opened in Midtown East. Highly reviewed by the New York Times, Time Out New York, Cheap Eats and numerous other publications, famous Chinese celebrities are frequent patrons. Their signature handmade dishes includes Lan Zhou pulled noodles, Shanghai Xiao Long Bao, Duck Buns, and Pan Fried Buns.