Wo Hop

/ Chinese, Restaurant
#3414 of 56022 places to eat in New York City
Open now 00:00 - 00:00
Chinese, Asian, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $11-30
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17 Mott St
New York City, New York, USA
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Besides Kimlau Square, visit Wo Hop in the vicinity. If you have never tried Chinese cuisine, you should order a table at this restaurant. Spend a good time here and share perfectly cooked fried wontons, soft-shell crabs and chicken lo mein with your friends. Wo Hop offers you to try good orange cookies and tasty pancakes. In accordance with the visitors' opinions, waiters serve delicious beer, wine or liqueur. Great Chinese tea, americano or lemonade are among the tastiest drinks to degust.

This place is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Prices are found adequate here. At this spot, people can enjoy the quiet atmosphere and divine decor. Many Zomato active users rate this restaurant 4.4.

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Best place in Chinatown !!! Make sure you go downstairs... This place is a Must go!!! Excellent food and you feel as part of the family as soon as you arrive. We will come back for sure, See you soon Wo Hop Family
Went here on a Saturday night, little bit of a wait, but soo worth it! Vegetarian egg rolls are some of the best I've ever had. As being someone whose actually lived in China, their Mei Fon is excellent! Hit it with a dab of the spicy sauce and it's incredible. Highly recommend for anyone looking for great Chinese food in Chinatown
Meh, I've had better Chinese food in Jersey. We figured we'd give it a try since we were in the city with relatives from down south who were looking for decent Chinese food, since the chinese restaurants in their neck of the woods are not so great. That said, they absolutely loved it. My mom and I, on the other hand, were not too impressed. We had to wait in a cramped, dingy, smelly stairwell for well over 20 minutes with people coming into and out of the restaurant, constantly hitting us with the door. These stairs are STEEP. When we finally got in, we ordered our food. Fried wontons drenched in grease. Mu Shu pork was bland, sesame chicken was much too gooey, and the service was..well..what you would expect from a restaurant in the heart of chinatown. Very abrupt, get you in and get you out attitude. We kept running out of water, and it was difficult to flag down a server. It seems like once they saw out the corner of their eye that you were seated and had a water pitcher and your food, you were fine and that that was their green light to completely ignore you until it was time to hand you your check. Not cool. Plus, the place had a funky smell and the servers' uniforms were filthy. I know dining out in the city can be a completely different ballgame from dining out where we live, but the last thing we need is diarrhea or illness on an hour+ commute home. Dollar bill decor was pretty cool, but that was about it. Oh, and my uncle accidentally handed the tip to the wrong server who immediately pocketed the money after my mom told him it was for our server. Way to go the friendly fire route, buddy. Again, not cool. We'll stick to the chinese joints in our neck of the woods that are just as good if not better, MUCH friendlier/faster service, similar pricing/portions, and where we don't have to wait in a seedy stairwell like sardines in cans...gross.
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Address
17 Mott St, New York City, New York, USA
Features
Delivery Takeaway Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating No booking No Wi-Fi Parking No TV Not wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 00:00-00:00
MondayMon 00:00-00:00
TuesdayTue 00:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 00:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 00:00-00:00
FridayFri 00:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 00:00-00:00

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