Nom Wah Tu


Now in Soft Open Mode

Situated between New York’s Lower East Side and Chinatown neighborhoods, Nom Wah Tu synthesizes energy and tradition to deliver a casual and intimate evening experience. Familiar small plates, such as shrimp and snow pea leaf dumplings and pan-fried chicken dumplings, meld with Chef Jonathan Wu’s aesthetic and modern flavors. Playing to the tastebud’s various senses, each dish dances between the lines of new and comfort.

An extensive beverage list offers something for everyone. In addition to the wide selection of natural wines, signature cocktails and craft beers provide a well-rounded menu.

Array of dishes at Nom Wah Tu


Dim sum

Pan-fried chicken dumplings 6
Shrimp and snow pea leaf dumplings 6.5
Hot and sour mushrooms 5.95
Sliced cucumbers 5.25
Manchuri duck wings 6.95
Roti pancakes 5.25

Chef’s Specials

Pan-fried thick noodles 14.95
Duck fried rice 14.95


Rice Krispie treat 6


Miss Lin 11
Down Low 11
Mr. Yee 11
Medicine Woman 11
Seven Hells 11
El Chino 11

Beer (Draught)

Narragansett 5
Sixpoint Bengali IPA 7

Beer (Bottles and Cans)

Boulevard Brewing Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale 9
Ommegang White Wheat Ale 7
Bell’s Oberon American Wheat Ale 6
Miller High Life 4
Tsingtao 6
Oskar Blue’s Mama’s Little Yella Pils 6
Austin Eastciders Hopped Cider 6

Looking for a PDF version of the menu? Download the food menu here and the drinks menu here.