Fung Tu

Fung Tu

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Chinatown, New York
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  • Mike W.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Mike WinstonAgosto 15, 2017
    One of the most interesting, innovative meals I've had in NYC. Don't miss the Fried Dates, Pork Belly Egg Rolls, Kohlrabi Noodles, Chorizo Chow Fun, Moo Shu Duck, or Fried Chicken. WinstonWanders.com
  • Eater
    EaterDiciembre 5, 2013
    The menu has things like duck-stuffed dates, smoked mussels in scallion oil, "dumpling knots" with ground pork, and a whole steamed fish with fennel and black beans. Many large plates are under $20.
  • Jean T.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Jean TranMarzo 4, 2016
    MUST TRIES: smoked and fried dates with stuffed duck, "China-quiles", Brisket fried rice, and braised char siu beef short ribs and vegetarian curry pot pie (both house specialties). All to die for!
  • Susumuicono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    SusumuNoviembre 13, 2016
    The Pork Belly Egg Rolls and the Smoked & Fried Dates Stuffed with Duck was good, but cardamom Ice cream ($4) was great! Totally, unique flavor! I will definitely try another Oolong ice cream, too;)
  • Tiger Beer
    Tiger BeerSeptiembre 14, 2016
    Treat yourself to a $3 Tiger Beer at Fung Tu as you explore the LES' 100 GATES Project, an open-art exhibition comprised of 100 street murals painted by notable artists on exterior gates. Leer más
  • Wayne S.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Wayne SurberEnero 26, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    I forgot to mention the wine. Jason Wagner's old world, small list selection of wines is one of those rare gems that everyone keeps saying are disappearing in NYC. Wine Pairing. Ask for advice.
  • Sarah A.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Sarah ArnoldMarzo 26, 2014
    Everything is good here. Really. Highlights: duck-stuffed dates to start, dumpling knots as an entree (if you can handle the spice), and paying with Cover at the end to make the perfect meal.
  • Stephanie M.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Stephanie MEnero 7, 2017
    Great cocktails. Satisfied with everything we had (short ribs, lamb noodles, scallion pancake w/clam surprisingly spicy though!). Our waiter was very courteous and let us take our time ordering.
  • Bin Y.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Bin YangOctubre 24, 2014
    Ha estado aquí más de 100 veces
    Prepare yourself for the $60 6-course meal because it is epic; tons of good snacks in between and two large entrees. Speak to Jason about the wine, probably one of the funniest and best somms around.
  • Stephanie W.
    Stephanie WuDiciembre 21, 2013
    Try the sherry shao xing cocktail. It's different and surprisingly delicious. Egg rolls, steamed buns, whole fish, and sweet potato rice cakes are great. Really can't go wrong with any dish here.
  • Wayne S.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Wayne SurberEnero 26, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    We've been to Fung Tu a lot & we're surprised by how consistently good the food is & yet how it continues to improve. Egg Roll, Fried Rice, Fava Bean Curd, China-quilles, Smoked Mussels, Shrimp Toast
  • Giulia V.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Giulia VillafrancaSeptiembre 20, 2014
    Oolong spritz was fantastic. Had the vegetarian steamed buns and the chinese spatzle with spicy pork sauce (it's really spicy...maybe too much). Worth a visit, nice way to re-elaborate chinese food.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFebrero 10, 2015
    If you want to see what Chinese fine dining will look like in America in 10 years, eat at Fung Tu now. Modern Chinese cooking that's the right kind of fusion.
  • AmateurConciergeicono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    AmateurConciergeNoviembre 30, 2016
    Short rib is FANTASTIC. Dates are also can't miss. 8.5 rating is low if you reward well executed experimentation
  • AmateurConciergeicono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    AmateurConciergeJunio 24, 2015
    WOW. Notice how all the recommenders suggest different dishes? It's because as far as I saw (8 items) there are no misses. Fantastic meal!!
  • Rebecca Z.
    Rebecca ZhouAbril 4, 2014
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Love the ambiance and bathroom. Smoked dates and fish for two are a must. Jian bing crepe and smoked mussels were unimpressive.
  • Bin Y.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Bin YangDiciembre 3, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 100 veces
    Eat everything. Drink everything. Return often. Do not discriminate against the vegetarian buns because they are also heavenly. Also, bacon + squid + rice = best new dish ever so get that!
  • Caroline C.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Caroline ChungAbril 11, 2015
    Skip the hipster long wait at Mission Chinese and head to Fung Tu by ex-Per Sa chef Jonathan Wu. Try everything! Or go fancy with the $60 tasting menu with $30 beverage pairing - what a deal!
  • Ian S.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Ian SteyerAgosto 17, 2017
    Incredibly sad this place is closing. The yellow noodles and the pork belly spring roll are delicious. So was the fava bean terrine. It was actually all delicious
  • Aly K.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Aly KNoviembre 12, 2015
    Great food and drinks, ask them to make something for you! Definitely recommend almost every thing on the menu but the desert takes the (literal) cake.
  • AmateurConciergeicono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    AmateurConciergeAgosto 21, 2015
    China quiles and the scallion pancake are like the perfect Mexican-Chinese fusion dishes. Jose Andres should be jealous
  • Russell H.
    Russell HirschornJulio 23, 2017
    Didnt love it. Smoked dates had very little duck, pork elly egg roll was dripping with fat none of that good meat. Chorizo Chow Fun had very little flavor.
  • Angela
    AngelaOctubre 7, 2013
    From NYTimes: Jonathan Wu, a chef whose résumé includes Per Se, and Wilson Tang, who breathed new life into Nom Wah Tea Parlor, said that the name for this place means wind and soil in Chinese.
  • Wilson Z.
    Wilson ZhouFebrero 20, 2015
    Dim sum guru Wilson Tang teamed up with Per Se alum Jonathan Wu. They turn from classics to modern interpretations of Chinese-American cooking (masa scallion pancake, Chinese spaetzle). Zagat
  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAgosto 3, 2014
    The restaurant uses Chinese flavors and ingredients in artful, surprising combinations that feel contemporary even when they look old-school, like in the stir-fried bean sprouts with squid. Leer más
  • Reserve
    ReserveFebrero 3, 2016
    Fung Tu’s Raw Bok Choy with House-Made Shrimp Paste is a delicious way to kick off your meal. Photo provided by Paul Wagtouicz. Leer más
  • Wilson Z.
    Wilson ZhouAbril 29, 2014
    Jonathan Wu, a Bronx-born Chinese-American who once cooked at Per Se, opened Fung Tu, a “creative” Chinese restaurant on the Lower East Side, in what used to be a small noodle factory. SHANGHAINESE!!!
  • Jessie C.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Jessie CatanaDiciembre 13, 2015
    Wow. Wow. Wow. This was all just so amazingly incredible. I can't wait to come back and try the rest of the menu.
  • The New Yorker
    The New YorkerEnero 27, 2014
    “The dishes that work—like those duck-stuffed dates, and a plate of impossibly silky roasted beet slices daubed with salty fermented tofu—really work.” Leer más
  • Madison S.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Madison SAgosto 1, 2015
    The fried rice, the dates stuffed with duck and the duck are all really great. Bartender and waitstaff are super helpful and polite.
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAgosto 10, 2014
    Reinvented takes on Chinese dishes hit across the entire spectrum of successes and failures. Stick with the silken fish doufu and the dumpling knots; desserts are a similarly mixed bag.
  • Bin Y.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Bin YangOctubre 4, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 100 veces
    Tip for Fall 2015, get the fried rice (finally back) and Beef arepas (play on traditional 肉夹馍 if you can read that)
  • Jessie C.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Jessie CatanaDiciembre 13, 2015
    Bok choy with shrimp paste. Manchurian sweetbreads. Egg rolls. Short ribs. Kohlrabi noodle salad. Just everything!
  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAgosto 3, 2014
    All the food is matched with a smart, small list of primarily Old World wines in a way you didn't know was possible (somebody give sommelier Jason Wagner a Nobel Prize). Leer más
  • Reserve
    ReserveFebrero 10, 2016
    Fung Tu’s Raw Bok Choy with House-Made Shrimp Paste is a delicious way to kick off your meal. Leer más
  • Jean L.
    Jean LeeAgosto 3, 2014
    Enjoyed an excellent brunch. Must try the China-quiles and Fried Chicken!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsDiciembre 2, 2013
    Seasonal American cooking crossed with Chinese cuisine in an attractive bar and restaurant.
  • Adam M.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Adam McCueEnero 15, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Whatever else you get (and it should be many things), make sure to get the pork belly egg roll.
  • Luke
    LukeMayo 5, 2017
    Great service and a reinterpreted menu of Chinese inspired food that actually gains from the translation
  • Chop Suey Club
    Chop Suey ClubSeptiembre 29, 2016
    Oolong tea ice cream with candied tea leaves. Tea lover's dream.
  • Fueled Collective
    Fueled CollectiveSeptiembre 23, 2013
    Translated as "wind and soil" in Chinese, this place is hip, in a great location, and serves some of the best traditional food.
  • Jasmine M.
    Jasmine MoySeptiembre 5, 2014
    Egg rolls are awesome. Funky cocktails. Brunch has a china-quiles that I loved
  • Tarnima S.
    Tarnima SabedNoviembre 20, 2015
    If someone made an ice cream out of Bengali tea = oolong ice cream ... Try it!
  • Allan B.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Allan BeaufourNoviembre 22, 2014
    Don't think, just get the dates. The Chinese spaetzle and the beef crepe are pretty great too
  • Jacob C.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Jacob CohenEnero 10, 2014
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Start with Smoked mussels, bok choy and the beet salad. It's an incredible combination.
  • Ed C.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Ed CMayo 8, 2014
    Really into the dumpling knots and the egg roll. Get the cocktail with the Sichuan syrup
  • Ashley C.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Ashley ChenNoviembre 3, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 10 veces
    Definitely ask for wine recommendations when you order food!! Drink menu is perfect
  • Jeremy F.icono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    Jeremy FisherNoviembre 7, 2014
    Similar to Mission Chinese. Fried rice, spaetzle, stuffed dates. Excellent
  • Fionaicono de corazón en la imagen de usuario
    FionaJunio 3, 2015
    The food is very good (roasted duck, fried rice) but damn - their bathroom is gorgeous!
  • Tracie L.
    Tracie LeeEnero 25, 2014
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    The smoked mussels are a great starter. Definitely get the steamed fish for two!
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