Wong

Asian
$ $ $
7 Cornelia St (Between Bleecker and West 4th)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 989-3399
Monday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Tuesday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Wednesday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Thursday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Friday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
5:30pm - 9:30pm

Menu

Tips

  • Featuring pan-Asian cuisine all cooked on display in an open kitchen, go on an epic flavor quest in the West Village. Try the "salty yolk" lobster egg foo young.
  • The roast duck ice-cream with five-spice cookie was amazing....
  • Fantastic food and service. Go here now!
  • Everything with duck is great, especially the duck pizza and duck ice cream.
  • The pork done a few ways is amazing. Everything else is tres yumm too!
  • Shrimp fritters are a MUST!
  • The lobster egg foo young is amazing --deconstructed, topped w crumbled salted egg. Delicious!
  • Mmm...Mmm...m.
  • Shrimp fitters are must try and scallops ;) to die for....
  • First place I ever saw duck fat ice cream on a menu. Shrimp fritters: two thumbs up.
  • Amazing, creative food, by chef Simpson Wong. Highlights: Lobster Egg Foo Young, Shrimp Fritters, Rendang Dumplings, and Typhoon Lobster, are SUBLIME. Adrien Brody's frequent hangout (see pic).
  • Can't go wong with the duck fat ice cream and pork belly
  • Shrimp fritters and duck buns to start. Interestingly amazing
  • The roast duck ice cream is... unforgettable in every way.
  • proves that too Wong don't make it right.
  • Loved the Banh Xeo and Lobster Egg Foo Young.
  • The hanger steak is amazing. The duck buns were also very tasty. Great service.
  • Try the Typhoon lobster!
  • The Organic Chicken in Ginger Sauce was fantastic
  • 1 of Time Out's 2012 dishes of the year-Lobster Egg Foo Yong $25. Delicious but smaller than it appears. Mod-Asian in similar setting. Oolong tea and the basil ice cream a good end to the meal.

Nearby places

323 Avenue of the Americas (at W 3rd St)
228 W 4th St (at 7th Ave.)
20 7th Ave S (at Leroy St)