Named after New York's first Chinese convenience store - 32 Mott Street (which jump-started Chinatown in NYC) - this fine-dining restaurant delivers farm-to-table cooking in an east-meets-west industrial setting: a New York loft decked out in whimsical Chinese décor with imperial elements. The dark and spacious 700 sq.m. location perfectly captures retro China at its best and is nothing like a typical dim sum restaurant, which adds to its appeal. Representing Hong Kong to a tee, Mott 32 shifts focus back to ingredients and generations-old recipes of traditional Cantonese, Sichuan, and Beijing dishes. Not your average run-of-the-mill dumplings, at Mott 32 you get to pick between fancy dim sum selections such as crab and caviar, Iberico pork, Shanghai soup, dumplings, soft quail's egg, black truffle siu mai; black cod, black truffle, fresh dill spring rolls; and even soy sauce ice cream!