Win Son

Row 1

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

Foursquare Tips

  • The food is good : - Big Chicken bun - the small pork buns - zhajiangmian... Try the taiwanese beer too.
  • 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
  • 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!
  • Waited an hour for a table. It's definitely a must go! Got 7-8 dishes, all A+++
  • The BEST lu rou fan in Brooklyn. The way they serve them with hot sauce tastes gooood. The food feels localized and creative in terms of mixtures but somehow feels authentic Taiwanese.
  • Get the cucumber appetizer among others. Being a closer to the carnivore end of the spectrum, it def competes with meat dish. I order it every time.
  • Vibe is rad. Hip complex Chinese recipes. If it doesn't say gf on menu, take that seriously. Worth coming back to. Probably doesn't beat kings county imperial, king of the roost.
  • I've been here plenty of times and have yet to be disappointed. Definitely go for the big chicken bun and the unconventional pork buns
  • Dishes stay faithful to the classics, but some like the beef roll (beef shank rolled in a scallion pancake) take risks.
  • Everything we tried was awesome - fried eggplants, peanuts, egg roll, ziajianmen, flys head. A (good) twist of the classic.
  • this place is the real deal.
  • Awesome vibe, music and even better food! Fried Chicken and waffles were out of control, must try the buns, the sesame noodles and the lu rou fan for brunch.