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Nom Wah Tu Wants to Serve Late-night Dim Sum
Former Fung Tu chef is cooking duck fried rice and pan-fried chicken dumplings.
Fung Tu, One of New York’s Best Chinese Restaurants, Will Close in August
Earlier this year, chef Jonathan Wu told Grub Street that business had dropped 30 percent in the days after Trump’s election.
Chefs Versus ConEd
After a ConEd Shutdown, Fung Tu Reopens With a ‘No Gas’ Menu
There are some great wine specials, too.
14 Excellent Chinese New Year Specials in New York
Scallop wontons, wild-boar congee, and more.
Reservations at Booker and Dax; Maiden Lane Opens Patio
Chinatown’s New Immigrants: Why Easternmost Canal Street Is Feeling More
Mappings its recent infusion of hipster grub.
Fung Tu Launches Brunch; North River’s Pig Feasts
Fung Tu’s $60 Tasting Menu; Montmartre’s Garden Opens
Fung Tu’s Wilson Tang Responds to
’s Adam Platt on
Get the cold jellyfish salad at Ping’s, he says, then get back to him.
Platt: Fung Tu Is an Experiment-in-Progress
Plus, Amanda Freitag breathes new life into the iconic Empire Diner space.
Family-Style Brunch at DBGB; Fung Tu’s Bar Pairings
Plus: wine dinner at Marlow & Sons, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
How Fung Tu Put a New Spin on ‘The Original’ Egg Roll
Meet the Original Egg Roll Version 2.
Bottle Service: The Top Wines for $50 or Less at 12 Great New Restaurants
Christie’s rare-wine specialist picked his favorites.
The Other Critics
The Other Critics: Wells Gives M. Wells Steakhouse One Star; Richman Loves Dover
Plus: Reviews for RedFarm UWS, Shalom Japan, and more.
What to Eat at Fung Tu, Per Se Alum Jonathan Wu’s New Chinese-American
Parker House steamed buns, sweet-potato rice cakes, and more.
Lower Eats Side
Orchard Street Gets Even More Appetizing With These 18 New Restaurants
The latest developments, from locavore sandwiches to nouvelle tasting menus.
Fall Preview 2013
Chef Jonathan Wu Teams Up With Wilson Tang to Open Fung Tu
From Per Se to Chinatown.