Choose from Three Options
- $18 for $30 worth of dim sum for two or more
- $37 for $65 worth of dim sum for four or more
- $52 for $95 worth of dim sum for six or more
Red Egg isn't just a reference to the culinary delicacy. The color extends to the interior of this Cantonese restaurant, a contemporary take on a traditional Chinese teahouse, and reveals the spot's diverse intersection of Chinatown, Nolita, and SoHo. Amid hazy red, blue, and purple lighting that the New York Times described as reminiscent of a Wong Kar-wai movie, guests relax in leather booths while dining on dim sum and other Cantonese cuisine made fresh to order. Read on to learn about a few of Red Egg's can't-miss dishes.
- Peking duck sliders: juicy slices of peking duck wrapped inside a steamed bun served with fresh cucumbers, scallions, and the restaurant's signature plum sauce
- Roast pork dim sum: savory barbecue pork fills a steamed bun, making for one of Red Egg's most popular dishes
- Coconut pudding: sweet coconut pudding provides diners with a light and refreshing dessert