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MOST Expensive CHINESE FOOD in NEW YORK! $150 MEAL



Chinese food in America can cost $3 all the way to $300. Is this the way it should be?

Che Li
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Hutong
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Uluh
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38 Comments

  1. Soon… 2021 is the year I go eat at the expensive, highly-rated, award-winning restaurants all around the world at the rate of over two restaurants per week.

  2. Only in America is expensive Chinese novelty. In Places like Hong Kong and Vancouver British Columbia expensive, delicious Chinese food is common. Of the places you reviewed the second place seems to hold the most value. All the ingredients use are on the high end where as the other places seem to use more common ingredients.

  3. they didnt put holes in the sticky rice for the the toppings to go in to, it is shaped like that because back in the days in china, coals for fire were shaped like that, and it is why they light it on fire.

  4. I am so envious of y'all. Amazing content. Bigup to all my Asian-American brothers. Bigup and respect the culture.

  5. You got your money's worth — and more.

    What you ate all looked great. These restaurants recognized you though. You may have received above standard food and service.

    In addition to expensive ingredients, some of the items require an enormous amount of skill and technique to make. Hardly anyone could make what Hutong served you at home.

  6. Beside the amazing food they are having, I’m bothered by the fact he’s wearing a cap while sitting at a dinning table, and actually having food. It’s just not right. I know I’m old school, but show some ethics

  7. I don’t know a damn thing about the food y’all talking about but I love to watch and learn 💙💙

  8. God bless the both of y'all always and family and friends. It looks like ya'll is having a good time eating. I would try the crispy crab and the soup dumplings or pig trotters. Happy holidays and be safe and careful out there. Baltimore md.

  9. Honestly, those “expensive” Chinese places are expensive mostly because where they are, not necessarily what they have to offer. When you are in the Bloomberg building, a simple chicken and broccoli has to be at least $19.95 to justify your rent.

  10. Wow I’ve never had any of these dishes before! Thanks for showing Chinese cuisine this way ❤️