This Week’s Grub Street Podcast Is About Chinese Food

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The latest Grub Street Podcast focuses on Chinese food in New York: As Adam Platt has said before, are the more traditional Chinatown restaurants tired and ordinary? Platt and editor Alan Sytsma visit Fung Tu, one of the "New Age" Chinese restaurants here, and talk to co-owner Wilson Tang, who also owns one of Chinatown's oldest restaurants, Nom Wah Tea Parlor. Listen to find out more about Tang's backstory — and, of course, what Platt and Sytsma think of the food.

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The Grub Street Podcast is produced by the Slate Group’s Panoply, and you can also listen via iTunes (or your phone) and directly in SoundCloud.