Given that it offers the best dishes in town, you won’t find it packed with people. However, you need to visit it at least once in your life. If you like beer, it cheap there, too, only $3 a glass. Here are some of the dishes you should absolutely not miss:
- Shiu Mai.
- Salt & Pepper Squid.
- Roast Chicken\Pork Bun.
- Spicy Curry Vegetable Soup.
- Cold Sesame Noodles.
- Soy Sauce Chicken Soup.
- Scallion Pancakes.
- Egg Tart.
And, you don’t have to go to Chinatown, just come and eat here. You won’t regret it.
At Brooklyn Wok Shop, we serve dim sum all day, so if you are looking for a quick brunch, stop by because we got you covered. Aside, the clientele comes from every walk of life, including Asians who love to come back every time and enjoy the food.
Edric and Melissa use real, not processed meat. As noted above, Edric has experience in cooking Chinese food as he worked at NYC finest Chinese restaurants. The food there just earned the respect of the patrons and received tons of positive reviews on Yelp, as well as online and offline magazines.
Remember, if you want low quality, greasy food, and if you don’t care if the ingredients came from leftovers of animals, you are welcome to call your local corner Chinese restaurant. You might find a $5 combo with a cheap orange juice. However, would Chinese food with a French touch taste, then come aboard!
Brooklyn Wok Shop only use fresh ingredients and provide a clean and hip environment where the awkwardness element is nonexistent. It is the place to be.