I had a plan to hit three Wong Restaurants in Chinatown in one day. Big Wong, Big Wing Wong and New Wing Wong. Unfortunately New Wing Wong doesn’t exist anymore and that’s a good thing. I was so stuffed. (update: does New Wing Wong still exist? I heard it might.)

At Big Wong, I got the salted pork & thousand year old egg congee (juk) with a fried cruller. The pork and the egg nicely flavored what is usually really bland rice porridge. That fried cruller was frickin big and good. I was seated at the communal table where I made a new Facebook friend.

I was pretty full and ended up force-feeding myself a plate of roast duck, pork and fried egg on rice (Three Precious Ingredients) at Big Wing Wong. Maybe my stomach wasn’t having it and my mouth just wasn’t into it, but I think I’ve had better roast meats on rice. Wong day, wong time?

Big Wong – 67 Mott St (btw Bayard & Canal St) New York 10013
Big Wing Wong -102 Mott St (btw Canal & Hester St) New York 10013

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