What You Should Know:
The modern takes on classics are executed to perfection in the playful, red and white decorated space. Authentic Chinese dishes will surely not be missed as Joe Ng’s versions prove to be even better than the originals.
What I Liked:
Katz’s pastrami is rolled inside of a wonton and fried, and served with a mustard sauce.
Different flavors of steamed dumplings are arranged like Pac Man and offer a soft and delicate texture.
Steakhouse quality beef sits on top of a bed of fried rice.
Is It Worth It:
While some of the “Main” prices can reach past the $40 mark, the appetizers, the dumplings, and the rice and noodle dishes are cheap enough- and beyond satisfying enough- to fill up on as the majority of the meal.