Tucked in a claustrophobic pedestrian alley joining Elizabeth Street and Bowery is one of the most overwhelmingly eclectic menus you'll find in Chinatown.
Though most of Chinatown's underground entrepreneurs offer men's haircuts at prices you haven't seen since you were a six-year old, restaurants like Hop Kee have also found their niche in the basements of brownstones.
The Untapped Cities family heads to the brilliantly excessive Golden Unicorn dim sum restaurant to usher in the year of the dragon in a special edition of 'Sunday in Chinatown.'
Your long, sorry history with ramen noodles ends today at Ajisen Ramen in Chinatown.
Untapped Photographer Chuck Lau took us on our first Vietnamese excursion in Chinatown in search of a fabled, signature dish - Pho.
If you've never experienced the intricacies of safely taking down a soup dumpling from Joe's, you'd be smart to stop at the window just outside the restaurant before you go in. You'll find out everything you need to know about Joe's, along with a few pointers you'll likely try out inside... specifically, how to eat soup dumplings without ruining your mouth.
This Sunday, we head to Big Wong Restaurant on Chinatown's Mott Street for some of the cheapest lobster in the city (we swear it's absolutely delicious).
Sunday in Chinatown hopes to help you find the holes in the wall (or ground) that you won't be able to stay away from (trust us... we can't).