From $38 to $42
Atlas Kitchen
258 W. 109th St., New York 10025 Driving directions
  • Bib Gourmand: good quality, good value cooking: ≤ £30 / 40 € (IRE) ‘Bibs’ are awarded for simple yet skilful cooking for under £30 or €40.

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  • Chinese
  • Contemporary
  • Air conditioning
  • Wheelchair access

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This contemporary Chinese restaurant is elegant and art-filled with unapologetically fiery Hunan-style cooking. The kitchen team plates authentic and bold dishes with a few American-style standbys to appease the kung pao chicken crowd.
Baby cabbage in a fragrant broth with meay slices of ham and mushrooms is a savory delight. 
Sliced eel in chili oil is a sensation with its contrast of flavors and textures, while the pork and crab soup dumplings are a wonderful treat. The subtle but not shy Hunan-style fried rice goes way beyond standard issue. Presentations are as artful as the painting-lined walls. Chinese restaurants may not be known for dessert, but Atlas bucks that trend with its handful of offerings—especially those nutty and delicious fried rice balls with longan. - MICHELIN guide inspectors


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