Dim Sum fans rejoice!
Tim Ho Wan eatery is opening their first United States location this Friday. According to Gothamist, the restaurant will be located on 4th Avenue in the East Village.
So, what's their claim to fame?
They are known as being the world's least expensive eatery to earn a Michelin nod.
The chef's at this new location will be crafting dishes that all cost less than $5.50.
College kids also rejoice.
The restaurant's soft opening will start tomorrow and last until about mid-January.
The full menu will be offered from the beginning with dishes such as: baked BBQ Pork Buns, Steamed Egg Cakes, vegetarian Fried Spring Rolls, Siu Mai, and Steamed Dumplings.
Another bonus: they are offering spring rolls and French Toast with Custard Filling that are both unique to the NYC location.
Yum.[via Gothamist] [Feature Image Courtesy The Hungry Doctor]