›How this NYC restaurant makes 20,000 dumplings a week
business04:29How this NYC restaurant makes 20,000 dumplings a weekBefore the pandemic, Nom Wah Tea Parlor had two-hour wait times and lines out the door. But come 2020, o...n its 100th anniversary, the oldest dim sum restaurant in NYC's Chinatown temporarily closed and lost 80% of its business. To survive the pandemic, the team had to get creative. They pivoted to making and delivering frozen dumplings. Today, chefs make 20,000 dumplings a week that are frozen for delivery or pickup or served fresh for takeout. Business Insider visited the historic dumpling spot to see how these pivots have helped save Nom Wah.