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Chi­nese/ Ital­ian. This bi- level Ital­ian-Asian fu­sion restau­rant, bar and lounge has two din­ing rooms and of­fers an in­no­va­tive menu with karaoke on both floors. Sig­na­ture dishes in­clude chicken Asia Roma with pro­sciutto, sun­dried toma­toes and Chi­nese snow peas. L (M- F), D (M-Sa). $$ 40 Mul­berry St., at Mosco St., 212.385.1133. SANURIA Malaysian/ Indonesian. East­ern fa­vorites in­clude chicken and beef sa­tay, roti canai (puffed bread with a chicken and potato curry) and hokkien (shrimp noo­dle curry soup). B,L & D ( Tu-Su). $ 18 Doy­ers St. #B, btw Bow­ery & Mott St., 212.267.0088.


Chi­nese. Es­tab­lished in 1938, this sub­ter­ranean Can­tonese joint is a pop­u­lar NYC latenight hang­out, stay­ing open 24 hours a day and serv­ing roasted duck lo mein, vegetable chow fun, chicken with oys­ter sauce over rice and other clas­sic dishes. For those seek­ing less “buzz” and more in­ti­macy, a din­ing room is avail­able up­stairs. L& D (daily). $ 17 Mott St., btw Worth & Mosco sts., 212.962.8617.

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