Cantonese restaurant

NYC Chinatown resident and businessman Uncle Lou opens new restaurant

Uncle Lou Restaurant Chinatown NYC

“While you’re in the neighborhood, explore all that Chinatown has to offer.” Louis Wong “They tell us the food tastes like home and that means a lot to me.” Louis wong

Longtime Chinatown resident and businessman, Louis Wong has always dreamed of contributing to Chinatown’s exciting food scene.

He sought to create a Chinese restaurant that was all his own and at the same time exemplified the vibrant intergenerational dynamic that makes Chinatown so special.

Located on Mulberry Street, in the heart of New York’s historic Chinatown, Chinese Restaurant Uncle Lou 快樂 人 is proud to be next door to some of the oldest businesses and institutions, as well as innovative new businesses bringing experiences and energy reinvented to the community.

Through its relationships with local produce vendors, fishmongers, butchers, grocers and seasoned cooks, Uncle Lou 快樂 人 ‘s menu aims to bring generations together while welcoming everyone.

The full menu is large by design. The “loh wah kiu favorites” bring grandparents back to the Cantonese villages of Toisan, Sunwui, Enping and Hoiping.

ABC and “jook sing” are comforted by classic meals they enjoyed between Chinese school and play in Columbus Park. Friends from all over the world can appreciate the freshness and quality of local ingredients and expert preparation.

“We opened around Christmas and enjoyed that so many guests from all over New York City, the United States and around the world stopped by to try our dishes and enjoy our space. They tell us the food tastes like home and that means a lot to me. As we begin a new year and welcome the Year of the Tiger, we remain committed to the quality and welcoming of everyone in this community that I love so much, ”said Louis Wong. “While you’re in the neighborhood, explore all that Chinatown has to offer.”

Uncle Lou is a Cantonese restaurant open 7 days a week on site and take out at 73 Mulberry Street (between Canal and Bayard) in New York.

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