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Hoboken Go-To Chinese Restaurant, Keming, Debuts New Menu Items

by Hoboken Girl Team
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This article is sponsored by Keming Restaurant.

Hoboken has a vibrant food scene with cuisines from all across the globe. Keming Restaurant, located at 1006 Washington Street in Hoboken, is an authentic sit-down Chinese restaurant that opened in 2016. The restaurant serves American Chinese food and the chefs recently updated the menu to add authentic Chinese dishes that are popular with local diners, while keeping all of the familiar favorites on the menu as well. Team HG recently stopped in for dinner and we’re still daydreaming about the Peppercorn Beef and Pork Dumplings. Keep reading to learn more about Keming Restaurant in Hoboken and the new menu.

Five pork dumplings in a steamer basket

New Menu Highlights + Lunch Specials

Hoboken residents know that Keming Restaurant is a go-to for sit-down Chinese food. This restaurant has been a staple in the neighborhood for eight years and the new menu reflects local tastes and preferences.

The new menu highlights different types of Chinese dishes from diverse parts of China. Diners can enjoy spicy, light, + fried items along with dim sum and noodle dishes.

The restaurant now has new lunch meal sets, with 17 different meal options. The lunch special comes with an entrée, rice, soup, and small dishes like spring rolls, edamame, har gow shrimp dumplings, + a cold appetizer.

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In addition to the lunch specials, the menu features new authentic Chinese dishes, like peppercorn beef or chicken cubes. This spicy and authentic Sichuan dish features tender cuts of meat sir-friend with aromatic Tengjiao peppers, which are known for their unique numbing effect.

Peppercorn beef cubs on a plate with green onions and green pepper

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Other authentic dishes include black pepper beef (Hei Jiao Niu Liu), a popular spicy Chinese dish known for its bold and peppery flavor profile. Thin slices of beef tenderloin are stir-fried with onions, bell peppers, + cracked black pepper to create a rich and spicy sauce.

The dim sum menu still has popular items from the original menu, like the juicy pork bun (Xiaolongbao), pan-fried wontons, and a variety of dumplings. Traditional dim sum dishes, like pork shrimp shu mai, were added to the new menu.

Spread of dishes at Keming Restaurant including a bowl of noodles and edamame

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Family Dinner at Keming

Hoboken has multiple takeaway Chinese restaurants, but Keming Restaurant is one of the only authentic sit-down Chinese restaurants in the area.

Amber from Team HG recently visited with her family and they had a great experience. Her son especially loved the lo mein, and they tried a few other amazing dishes — including the tofu and shrimp hot pot and the classic General Tso’s Chicken. The kind and hospitable service at the Hoboken restaurant alongside the delicious Chinese food definitely makes Keming top-notch.

Plate of crispy yellow tofu topped with greens

The restaurant specializes in family gatherings and feasts for large groups but it is suitable for smaller groups and quick lunches. Takeaway and catering are also available.

Keming Restaurant has served Hoboken for eight years but the team continues to innovate. All of the dishes are fresh and made from high-quality ingredients.

The local team prides itself on providing an exceptional experience to every customer. Diners can expect to enjoy a relaxed meal in a beautiful environment. The restaurant is BYOB so don’t forget to grab a bottle of wine before the meal.

Bowl of steaming noodles with carrots and greens

Plates of food at Keming restaurant including crispy orange chicken

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All About Keming Restaurant

Keming and his family opened Keming Restaurant in 2016 after moving to Hoboken with his family. He quickly realized that an authentic, sit-down Chinese restaurant was missing in Hoboken’s food scene so he decided to fill the gap.

The restaurant was a hit with Hoboken’s young professionals and students who enjoy the high-quality family-style restaurant.

“We have a lot of regular customers, both American and Chinese,” Keming, Mr. Cui’s son and the restaurant’s namesake, told The Hoboken Girl. “Many come every week. In fact, the Chinese student association at Stevens sometimes hold small events here. We joke that it has almost become their school cafeteria.”

Keming Restaurant survived the pandemic and recently hired more chefs to help update the menu. Keming and the team are excited to welcome returning + new customers to try fresh, authentic dishes like the sweet sour fish filet, tofu and fish hotpot, and fried rice with crab meat sauce.

Keming standing outside restaurant entrance

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Keming Restaurant is located at 1006 Washington Street in Hoboken. You can call 201-656-6108 to make a reservation or order online.

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