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This New Lunch Spot Is Making Home-Style Chinese Food

There's more to the Financial District than steakhouses and sandwich shops
Tomorrow Chinese Restaurant in NYC
Photo: Tomorrow

Office workers of Lower Manhattan, we have good news: There's a new place for lunch in the Financial District, and it doesn't involve greasy sandwiches or fancy steaks.

Restaurateur Amelie Kang, of Chinese dry pot spot MáLà Project, has a new joint called Tomorrow, which is now feeding FiDi's massive lunch crowd with a "strong focus on simplicity and convenience." But don't let the speedy delivery times and the fact you can text in your order fool you: This isn't your average take-out menu.

 

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Instead, expect seasonally rotating dishes of home-style cooking you'd find around a Chinese dinner table, like flaky fish fillets with ginger and scallion, "leftover fried rice," and cold noodles with pickles and cucumbers. Lunch-goers can choose any three dishes for just $10, while dinner customers can grab an à la carte portion of any item for $4. Let's just say Tomorrow is what we wish every take-out joint in NYC could be like.

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