Fung Tu

Row 1

22 Orchard St (btwn Hester and Canal St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 219-8785
$ $
Tue–Fri: 6:00 PM–Midnight Sat: Noon–4:00 PM Sun: Noon–4:00 PM

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  • The dishes that worklike those duck-stued dates, and a plate of impossibly silky roasted beet slices daubed with salty fermented tofureally work.
  • Eat everything. Drink everything. Return often. Do not discriminate against the vegetarian buns because they are also heavenly. Also, bacon + squid + rice = best new dish ever so get that!
  • Prepare yourself for the $60 6-course meal because it is epic; tons of good snacks in between and two large entrees. Speak to Jason about the wine, probably one of the funniest and best somms around.
  • This menu looks amazing.
  • Jesus H. Tapdancing Christ, the duck-stuffed dates.
  • Everything is good here. Really. Highlights: duck-stuffed dates to start, dumpling knots as an entree (if you can handle the spice), and paying with Cover at the end to make the perfect meal.
  • Jon Wu and his partner Wilson Tang are redefining Chinese here.
  • The smoked mussels are a great starter. Definitely get the steamed fish for two!
  • Everything. Get everything.
  • Seasonal American cooking crossed with Chinese cuisine in an attractive bar and restaurant.
  • The pork belly egg rolls are a must try.
  • China quiles and the scallion pancake are like the perfect Mexican-Chinese fusion dishes. Jose Andres should be jealous
  • pork chops
  • pork chops
  • WOW. Notice how all the recommenders suggest different dishes? It's because as far as I saw (8 items) there are no misses. Fantastic meal!!
  • Whatever else you get (and it should be many things), make sure to get the pork belly egg roll.
  • This place is solid. Get the chile-quiles and the black bean noodles.
  • All the food is matched with a smart, small list of primarily Old World wines in a way you didn't know was possible (somebody give sommelier Jason Wagner a Nobel Prize).
  • The restaurant uses Chinese flavors and ingredients in artful, surprising combinations that feel contemporary even when they look old-school, like in the stir-fried bean sprouts with squid.
  • Love the ambiance and bathroom. Smoked dates and fish for two are a must. Jian bing crepe and smoked mussels were unimpressive.