Taste authentic Asian fare in the heart ofthe East Village or on the Upper West Side at The Tang NYC. This contemporary noodlebar serves up delicious delicacies inspired by theregional Chinese cooking style of Sichuan, Hunan,and Beijing.
After trying their Braised Pork Knuckles and Braised Beef Noodle Soup, you’re going to crave these classic dishes. You can also dig into their innovative delicacies,such as the Coca-Cola Chicken Wing and Fried Tiger Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk, which you can wash down with Japanese Sake or Chinese beer.
Seasoned Chef Kim Hui Teo, who makes some of the city’s best dim sum and noodles, brings his creative dishes to life through fresh ingredientsand unique avors. Restauranteur Yu Li wanted to offer New Yorkers a place where they can chow down on Chinese food in a comfortable space.
With a range of items, including their mouthwatering boneless chicken thigh, bathed in Sichuan chili oil and topped with sesame seeds and scallions, as wellas their fried pork buns, The Tang will tantalize your taste buds.
Signature dishes include the Seared Beef Short Ribs,as well as the Pineapple Shrimp Fried Rice with shrimp, pineapple, peanut and eggs. They reallyshowcase their culinary expertise with the BraisedBeef Noodle Soup, which is braised beef shankscooked with chili bean paste, star anise and Sichuan-style spices, topped with Shanghai cabbage and asoft-boiled egg. You will also be drunk in love when you taste their Drunk Noodles, a braised beef soupmixed with Momofuku Hozon paste, fried ground pork sauce, fried garlic, and scallions, topped withbeef shanks, sesame seeds and olive oil.
At The Tang, you can indulge in delectable dishes such as the Sweet Pumpkin Rice Cake and Pork Dumpling in Chili Oil in a cozy atmosphere withexposed brick and wooden tables. The menu, whichstrives to achieve a balanced sense of Eastern andWestern in uence, brings out the best of both cultures.
Taste the best dishes The Tang has to offer at one of their delicious destinations.
120 1st Ave.
New York, NY 10009