January 3, 2018

Chef Short Tang's Son Revives Hwa Yuan on East Broadway

In 1968, Chef Shorty Tang introduced cold sesame noodles—at his East Broadway restaurant, Hwa Yuan. Today, his son reopens in the same locale.

by Deborah L. Martin

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HWA YUAN.

SZECHUAN STYLE

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HWA YUAN.

In 1968, Chef Shorty Tang introduced cold sesame noodles (above)—a dish that went on to become legend in New York food circles—at his East Broadway restaurant, Hwa Yuan. And now his son, Chef Chen Lieh Tang has revived his family's famous legacy in the same location as the iconic original. The main floor of the three level space features a window into the spotless kitchen, where you can see your authentic Szechuan dishes being prepared. The menu is filled with favorites such as moo shu pork, Shanghai-style soup dumplings, and crispy Beijing duck, plus a raw bar, and a few surprise American classics like Caesar salad and baby back ribs with an Asian-inspired twist.

Location: 42 E. Broadway, NYC.

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