Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Chef Lee Anne Wong has a lifelong passion for exploring, learning and savoring Asian food. Sometimes a simple craving for a bowl of noodles is all the motivation she needs to hit the town and search for delicious eats. In this one hour special “Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong”, she goes on a food crawl for the best dumplings and noodles New York has to offer. Her eating tour takes her to the historic Chinatowns in Manhattan and Queens, as well as the up and coming food neighborhoods in Williamsburg and Park Slope. Lee Anne visits legendary Vanessa’s Dumplings where the choices for dumplings are high and the prices are low. It’s a fun lesson filled with a lot of laughs while learning how to make hand-torn noodles at Biang! in Flushing, Queens. At Williamsburg’s Smorgasburg, Lee Anne indulges at two innovative food stalls for the best cold Chinese sesame noodles and mazeman which is cold Japanese ramen noodles. This delicious food crawl features families who have made culinary marks, as well as the next generation of inspired cooks who continue to celebrate Asian cuisine.

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Here’s the list of locations that Lee Anne Wong hits on the special:

41-10 Main Street Flushing NY 11358
The flagship restaurant for the Xi’an Famous Foods empire. The food is authentic Xi’an cuisine featuring the infamous handpulled noodles in lamb broth!

310 Bedford Ave Brooklyn NY 11211
New Yorkers seek out these authentic handmade, Beijing-style dumplings. They are simply amongst the best in the city!

East River Waterfront between North 6th & North 7th Streets Brooklyn NY 11211
Yuji introduces ramen lovers to the brothless mazemen-style while using regional and seasonal ingredients in innovative ways.

East River Waterfront between North 6th & North 7th Streets Brooklyn NY 11211
Casey and Gilley Tang bring back their grandfathers’ beloved Cold Sesame Noodles.

360 Park Avenue South New York NY 10010
When you enter this Polynesian-Supper Club, you enter a new world. The drinks are served in whole fruit, the food is nuevo pan-Asian and everyone is having a great time!

369 7th Avenue Brooklyn NY 11215
Chef Dale Talde has created a local restaurant with an Asian-American menu that marries authentic dishes with a nostalgic twist.

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