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Dim Sum Go GoMexican and Spanish Restaurants
5 East Broadway between Catherine and Oliver Street. 212-732-0797. Average main course $10. Average dim sum $3.50. Located on Chatham Square, Chef Charn-Hing Man. Try Duck skin and crabmeat with spinach dough or Chive-Shrimp, or perhaps mushroom and pickled vegetables.
125 Canal Street at Bowery. 212-625-9212. Average main course $11. Spicy deep fried wontons in red oil, tea smoked duck and prawns in garlic sauce. Top it off with some sweet sticky rice ball soup.
22 Mott Street between Mosco and Pell Street. 212-602-9988. Average main course $11. This is where to go for seafood, boneless smelt, spiced baby silver fish, sautéed conch, deep fried scallops with garlic.
Mr. K's Restaurant
570 Lexington Avenue at 51st Street. 212-583-1668. Average main course $28. Like the first Mr. K's in Washington DC this is the best of China's Peking, Shanghai, Cantonese, Hunan and Szechwan regional cuisine. Just like the Mr. K's in Washington this is first class, first rate Chinese.
679 Ninth Avenue between 46th and 47th Street. 212-977-1588. Average main course $17. The name doesn't sound Mexican and the food has a different twist, it's not all covered in cheese but full of flavor. Chef Sue Torres tempts you. The mashed plantains sweeten Chilean sea bass in piquant salsa verde. It's not all about the great taste either, the presentation is the highest form of food art.
Tio Pepe Restaurant
168 West 4th Street off of Sixth Avenue. 212-242-9338. Greenwich Village. Average main course $15.00. Delicious food and the back room is a pretty covered garden. You'll get great service and want to come back many times. A favorite hang out for the crew and friends of Readio!
Café Espanol Restaurant
172 Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village. Average main course $15. 212-505-0657. Great Spanish-Mexican food in a pretty atmosphere with good prices and great service.
214 East 49th Street between Second and Third Avenue. 212-935-1316. Average main course $17. It's got it all - a colorful festive décor, and a fun loving crowd. Then there's the 54 tequila varieties, homemade chips, Hearty Tex-Mex, tamales, and burritos; but it's the seafood that will keep you coming back. Try the heaping platters of shrimp, lobster, salmon, scallops, calamari and red snapper over rice. Other locations 2672 Broadway between West 101 Street and West 102nd Street. 212-864-2323.