Big Wing Wong

Restaurants, Chinese Chinatown
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Big Wing Wong
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Big Wing Wong
You’ll be confused when you show up to this old-school Cantonese joint—the outside inexplicably says 102 noodles town. But clarity hits when you taste a slice of the roasted duck, with its fatty, succulent meat and crackly, burnished mahogany skin. You can get the bird over rice or congee, but purists should stick to a mere drizzle of hoisin.


Venue name: Big Wing Wong
Address: 102 Mott St
Cross street: between Canal and Hester Sts
Opening hours: Daily 7am-9:30pm
Transport: Subway: J, Z, N, Q, R, 6 to Canal St
Price: Average entrée: $13. Cash only
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A little overrated now that hipsters have invaded but it's still a great default when you're in Chinatown. I recommend getting the fried breadstick if you're there in the morning and eating their thousand year old egg congee. You can also just get classics like a side of duck when you're there.