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A New Dim Sum Destination Debuts in a Familiar Midtown Space

One Dim Sum has taken over the address formerly occupied by Maba Pan-Asian Diner

Pumpkin-shaped pastry puffs garnished with green herb sprigs
Pumpkin puffs
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One Dim Sum, a new destination for Cantonese cuisine, has officially debuted in a familiar Midtown space.

A representative for the restaurant tells Eater that One Dim Sum just opened its doors at 510 Gray Street last week, taking over the space formerly occupied by the much-acclaimed Maba Pan-Asian Diner, which closed its doors in September 2018. As its name might indicate, diners can expect an extensive menu of traditional dim sum offerings, along with some modern twists and a full list of stir-fries.

In addition to classics like prawn cheung fun (steamed rice rolls) and xiao long bao, One Dim Sum’s menu boasts caviar and chanterelle mushroom dumplings, precious pumpkin puffs stuffed with roasted duck, and siu mai. Stir-fried veggies, like crispy fried eggplant and garlicky pea shoots are also on offer, along with take-out classics like kung pao chicken and egg fried rice. There’s also a two-course Peking duck feast on the menu, served in steam buns and stir-fried in spicy XO sauce.

Now serving lunch and dinner daily, One Dim Sum is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.