Can you eat at a Chinese restaurant in Manhattan without getting a little dirty?

Or a few hours late, for that matter?

Well, you don’t need to go to a fancy Chinatown restaurant for a bit of respite.

If you can’t afford to live in Manhattan, you can get a slice of Chinatown in the Bronx, where the food is more local and less fancy than Manhattan.

This is the Bronx in the New York City of yore, where you could find fried chicken, beef tartare, ramen and pork buns.

You can also get a Chinese lunch at a dive bar.

The restaurant is called Tashiro, which means “dive” in Japanese.

It is also the home of the famed Chinatown restaurant in the East Village.

The place is famous for its authentic Chinese cuisine and authentic Chinese foodies who come here for the authentic food.

This restaurant is a true gem in the city of New York.

The menu of Tashirō can be quite different from Manhattan.

It has a different kind of Chinese food, too, such as the Chinese buns that are called “dai” (or fried).

The buns are deep fried with a soy sauce, sesame oil, chili oil and garlic paste.

This version of Chinese fried buns is a must-try for anyone craving a good meal at home.

The place is located in the Tashira neighborhood of Manhattan, which is the boroughs east side.

It is surrounded by the Tenderloin district.

Tashiri is an Asian district in Manhattan.

You might also find it in Brooklyn, Queens or Manhattan.