Win Son

Row 1

159 Graham Ave (Montrose/Graham)
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(347) 457-6010
Taiwanese, Gastropub
$ $
Tue–Fri: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–4:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–4:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Everything is absolutely delicious, nice balance of authentic and elevated. Great cocktails. Highly recommend the pork buns, water spinach, Lu rou fan
  • Well-executed standards w/ a few curveballs. Fried eggplant, zhajiangmein, sesame peanut noodles all great. Big chicken bun may be best fried chicken sandwich in nyc. Decor & cocktails both good
  • The food is good : - Big Chicken bun - the small pork buns - zhajiangmian... Try the taiwanese beer too.
  • 4 of us shared the lu rou fan, flies head, sesame noodles, beef roll, water spinach & pan fried pork buns. Flavors and portion size were perfect.
  • Chicken bun is sooooooo good!!
  • Get the chopped salad and the pork trotter. And the fried ice cream sandwich. You will be happy.
  • Came here during the soft opening and had the lu rou fan, almond yulu, and fried mantou ice cream sandwich. All delicious! Can't wait for the grand opening.
  • Everything! I still wake up craving the oyster omelette daily
  • Pork buns are outrageous. Great vibe in the place. Right near Duck Duck. New fave place?
  • Pork buns. Lu rou fan. Flies head. Water spinach. Beef rolls!! Sesame noodles. Everything so good.
  • Can't wait for this place to open!
  • pea shoots & noodles!
  • Very trendy. Chicken buns was GIANT.
  • Everything.
  • Breakfast of champions drink was unique & delicious. All the dishes were so good - especially the pea shoots, fried eggplant, stinky tofu, popcorn chicken, & tian miantuan dessert!
  • Go for lunch, sit at the bar and get some cucumbers!
  • Beautiful space, everything we ate was delicious and friendly service. The seasoned peanuts and cucumber salad with roe were great snacks to start.
  • This spot gets packed! Also pretty loud!
  • Pan-griddled pork buns were delicious!
  • My first visit to Win Son was fabulous. The food was delicious, especially the marinated cucumbers, fried eggplant, pea shoots, and guohua street salad. I LOVED the super clever artwork by RARA.

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