Critics and New Yorkers alike call Rice & Gold one of the best restaurants in Chinatown NYC. Read about Rice and Gold at the Hotel 50 Bowery in some of our press mentions.

Your Sunday brunch gets an added flair thanks to offerings such as pho soup dumplings and mapo dumplings. However, you can still find the classics like silver dollar pancakes and fun takes on favorites (your kiddos will go crazy for the PB&J sesame balls).
— Time Out New York
Though he’s been dabbling in Italian, pizza and riffs on American sports bar fare concepts of late, Talde turns back to Asia for Rice & Gold’s menu, with inspiration found in Thailand, China, the Philippines, Vietnam and beyond. The dim sum section includes lamb neck buns with vinegary coleslaw, soup dumplings prepared pho-style, and crispy mapo tofu dumplings.
— Eater
Game-changing chef Dale Talde is known for his dishes that intermix cuisines and flavors ... With his latest venture, Rice & Gold, Talde ups the creativity stakes once again with pho-filled soup dumplings ... It’s a masterful study in balance of flavors and textures, seamlessly combining the freshness of pho and the comfort of a soup dumpling.
— Zagat
With culinary influences from China, the Philippines, Mexico, Bangladesh, Iran, Jamaica, India, and more, Rice & Gold is all about showcasing the diversity and culture of the nation and globe. To that end, each wall of the nearly 200-seater restaurant is covered in a custom graffiti art installation that contributes heavily to the vibrant atmosphere of the space
— Brides