Good morning, Seastreak passengers. Hunger is a serious threat to our contentment and well-being. The gnawing feeling in the pits of our stomach drive us to great and terrible lengths. Upon learning this, we set out to discover restaurants where you could eliminate this menace. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to defeat your hunger at Mission Chinese Food, located at 171 East Broadway. As always, should you or any of your companions be caught or ride another ferry, Seastreak will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This blog will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck, passengers.

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Mission: Very Possible

For a little while, eating at Mission Chinese Food was an impossible mission. They closed for a little while, much to the great sorrow of folks looking to wrap their stomachs around some creative Chinese eats. Now it’s back after a surprise December re-opening, debuting a new space while offering the same distinct style they were known for.

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What were they known for? Chef Daniel Bowien’s fusion of classical Chinese cuisine and new, exciting techniques. The result of this combination? Delicious dishes that taste both comfortingly familiar and invigoratingly fresh. You’ll never be bored by the same old foods at Mission Chinese Food.

Kung Pao Pastrami? You Bet

Going to Mission Chinese Food is always a culinary adventure. When the menu includes such dishes as kung pao pastrami, or salt cod fried rice, you know you’ve taken two steps to the side of ordinary. Check out the lobster and coconut fried rice for a really decadent meal, or order up the thrice cooked bacon for a new spin on pork. Can’t decide? Go for the prix fix menu, and get a taste of the chef’s choice meals of the day!

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With Seastreak, a luxurious trip across the bay is always a mission accomplished. Find out why we’re the choice for civilians and secret agents alike!


Sea you soon!

The Seastreak Family



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