Best in the City: Wong in NYC

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If you are looking for some of the best Asian fusion dishes in New York City make your way over to Wong, located on 7 Cornilia Street in the West Village.

Wong boasts a comfortable, cozy ambiance complete with a charming rustic décor, soft lighting, exposed white brick walls and an open kitchen where you can watch a skilled team of chefs meticulously prepare each delicious dish.

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Since opening its doors, Wong has earned quite a reputation for it’s refined Asian cuisine as well as its artfully constructed entrées made with local and seasonal produce that keeps environmental sustainability in mind.

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The menu, created by Malaysian-born owner and chef, Simpson Wong, offers a long list of inventive dishes employing fresh and unique ingredients presented in distinct flavor combinations that patrons won’t soon forget.

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Start off your meal by selecting one of the menu’s enticing appetizers such as the Duck Buns featuring succulent black bean braised duck nestled in a sweet, deep-fried mantou roll with Chinese celery and cucumber for added texture, or the Scallops accompanied by crispy duck tongue, cucumber and jellyfish, which beautifully blend to boast a unique and inimitable taste that is downright delicious.

Then move on to a mouth-watering entrée from the menu such as Chef Wong’s favorite dish, the Lobster Egg Foo Young, featuring a cast iron skillet filled with a rich and buttery combination of leeks, salted duck egg yolks, and dried shrimp crumble topped off with a cooked lobster tail and claw.

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Or if you are looking for a family style feast, you can opt for the Typhoon Lobster with ground pork, egg, curry leaves, and crispy garlic, paired with a tasty side for the table such as the Dinosaur Kale with coconut sambal or the Cha Ca La Wong, a noteworthy noodle dish consisting of pan-cooked Hanoi-style hake, turmeric and dill that is then strewn over a bed of rice noodles.

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However, make sure you save some room for dessert, since the menu includes a variety of artfully, innovative creations complementary of pastry chef Judy Chen.

For the perfect ending to your meal, indulge in a sweet and savory treat fit for a real foodie, such as Wong’s infamous Duck a la Plum, featuring roasted duck ice cream and a dollop of star anise plums, perfectly paired with a crunchy five-spice cookie.

Whether you are stopping by for an intimate date night, or a casual dinner amidst friends, Wong has something for every culinary connoisseur looking for a truly unique and unforgettable Asian fusion food experience.

This video was brought to you by Best In The City: Wong from Am Media Group on Vimeo.

By: Kaylin Pound 

Looking for more restaurants in New York City? Check out Best in the City: Bourgeois Pig in NYC!

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