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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Avatar for Alvin C

Pretty good Cantonese style Chinese food. This place was busy on a Sun afternoon with the line consistently out the door and a rotation of patrons revolving through the door. Many were getting the take out and the BBQ Pork and Roasted Duck - both which were prepared expertly and with great flavor. The congee is good and goes well with the fried dough. We didn't get it but saw some pretty good plates of the $35 for 2 lobsters which was a specialty. 

Avatar for ssh2138

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.