Wu's Wonton King

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Chinese Restaurant in Manhattan, New York, New York, US
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Featured Review:

  • S Lee
  • 8 months ago
Pre Mother Day dinner. Heard about this place since opening and most was positive. We all decide to give it and try. Day was pleasant and we got a big table outside. Since it was five in the afternoon only a few tables occupied but left as dinner was serve so we had the space mostly to us. Meal was great and not sure but I believe that they made it a bit more to accommodate our party. Just me. From what I hear and experience I believe they will be around for quite a while and this location is just a bit outside chinatown which they don't have a huge competition. Go and enjoy!

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Address: 165 E Broadway, Manhattan, New York, New York  10002, US
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Opening Hours:

  Friday 10AM–10PM
  Saturday 10AM–10PM
  Sunday 10AM–10PM
  Monday 10AM–10PM
  Tuesday 10AM–10PM
  Wednesday 10AM–10PM
  Thursday 10AM–10PM

About the Business:

Wu's Wonton King is a Chinese restaurant located at 165 E Broadway, Manhattan, New York, New York  10002, US.

The business is listed under chinese restaurant category. It has received 891 reviews with an average rating of 4.3 stars. Their services include Delivery, Takeout, Dine-in . Accepted payment methods include NFC mobile payments .

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Reviews:

  • S Lee
  • 8 months ago
Pre Mother Day dinner. Heard about this place since opening and most was positive. We all decide to give it and try. Day was pleasant and we got a big table outside. Since it was five in the afternoon only a few tables occupied but left as dinner was serve so we had the space mostly to us. Meal was great and not sure but I believe that they made it a bit more to accommodate our party. Just me. From what I hear and experience I believe they will be around for quite a while and this location is just a bit outside chinatown which they don't have a huge competition. Go and enjoy!
  • Gina
  • 10 months ago
Get the crab-three ways, I think this was the best dish of the night. Our table had 10 courses, and the crab-three ways was definitely my favorite: (1) light garlic boil/steam crab legs on a bed of cabbage—probably my favorite out of the three, (2) fried crab legs and (3) crab fried rice. We also had the Peking duck, the roast pig and the lamb chops. The Peking duck didn’t stand out, and personally I’m not a fan of buns as I am a staunch believer that Peking duck should only be wrapped in the rice crepe papers. I also wasn’t a fan of the roast pig… the lamb chops were good. I would come back for the crab again.
  • Hector Alfredo
  • 10 months ago
A recomendation from a friend, this restaurant stands out for the preservation of chineese food authenticity, from prep to serving, in every dish. The staff is very attentive and caring.
  • Kevin Martinez
  • 10 months ago
An amazing place for Dates, Groups or Parties. Slightly pricy dishes with large portions served in a way thats amazingly easy to share with a group, the food also tastes good to boot! Only gripe I have is they have a pretty low amount of Variety in terms of Drinks and Alcohol
  • Megan Gillen
  • 11 months ago
Came here for dinner on Lunar New Year- the indoor area was full but we were able to sit in their covered outdoor area. The space had heaters so it was fairly comfortable (although a tiny bit chilly). The food was very tasty, as we ordered a few dishes for the table. Everything came out quickly and the service was fast! Of all the food, I especially enjoyed the wonton soup- a must get!

Health and Safety:

  • Mask required
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • Delivery
  • Takeout
  • Dine-in

Offers:

  • Comfort food
  • Healthy options
  • Late-night food
  • Quick bite
  • Small plates
  • Vegetarian options

Short Features:

Modest eatery for classic Chinese fare Relaxed, modest eatery serving an extensive menu of classic Chinese noodles, BBQ & casseroles.

Payments:

  • NFC mobile payments

Plannings:

  • Accepts reservations

FAQ:

Wu's Wonton King is open the following days:

Friday :  10AM–10PM
Saturday :  10AM–10PM
Sunday :  10AM–10PM
Monday :  10AM–10PM
Tuesday :  10AM–10PM
Wednesday :  10AM–10PM
Thursday :  10AM–10PM

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Here are some reviews from our users.

"Pre Mother Day dinner. Heard about this place since opening and most was positive. We all decide to give it and try. Day was pleasant and we got a big table outside. Since it was five in the afternoon only a few tables occupied but left as dinner was serve so we had the space mostly to us. Meal was great and not sure but I believe that they made it a bit more to accommodate our party. Just me. From what I hear and experience I believe they will be around for quite a while and this location is just a bit outside chinatown which they don't have a huge competition. Go and enjoy!"

"Get the crab-three ways, I think this was the best dish of the night. Our table had courses, and the crab-three ways was definitely my favorite: (1) light garlic boil/steam crab legs on a bed of cabbage—probably my favorite out of the three, (2) fried crab legs and (3) crab fried rice. We also had the Peking duck, the roast pig and the lamb chops. The Peking duck didn’t stand out, and personally I’m not a fan of buns as I am a staunch believer that Peking duck should only be wrapped in the rice crepe papers. I also wasn’t a fan of the roast pig… the lamb chops were good. I would come back for the crab again."

"A recomendation from a friend, this restaurant stands out for the preservation of chineese food authenticity, from prep to serving, in every dish. The staff is very attentive and caring."

"An amazing place for Dates, Groups or Parties. Slightly pricy dishes with large portions served in a way thats amazingly easy to share with a group, the food also tastes good to boot! Only gripe I have is they have a pretty low amount of Variety in terms of Drinks and Alcohol"

"Came here for dinner on Lunar New Year- the indoor area was full but we were able to sit in their covered outdoor area. The space had heaters so it was fairly comfortable (although a tiny bit chilly). The food was very tasty, as we ordered a few dishes for the table. Everything came out quickly and the service was fast! Of all the food, I especially enjoyed the wonton soup- a must get!"

Accepted payments methods at Wu's Wonton King include

  • NFC mobile payments

Wu's Wonton King has 4.3 stars from 891 reviews.

The address of Wu's Wonton King is 165 E Broadway, Manhattan, New York, New York, US.

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