At the Museum of Chinese in America
Thursday, May 22 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Often named as one of New York’s definitively best dim sum places, Nom Wah Tea Parlor’s next generation proprietor Wilson Tang discusses his love for the unique culinary art of dim sum, family food business and the evolution of Chinese-American food in the 21st century. This program is part of MOCAEATS, MOCA’s signature public program series that mines the rich field of New York’s local, regional and global cuisines and culture with food writers, restaurateurs and chefs.
Admission: $15/Adult; $10 MOCA Members, Students, and Seniors