Old Family Recipes and The New York Times

Wilson Tang, right, took over the Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown from his uncle Wally Tang, shown left in 1986. Wilson revamped the menu but kept the red vinyl booths.

When we were asked to speak to the coming back to the “old” by The New York Times author Steven Stern, we couldn’t help but be more than excited. Covering the breadth of those that had received university degrees, worked in “respectable” jobs, only to come back to run the family business, we wanted to speak to the changing landscape of what it means to be a restauranteur, especially in the city.

Check out what we have to say, along with some other well-known establishment owners in this piece, titled “Based on an Old Family Recipe.”.

'Old Family Recipes' in the Dining & Wine section

‘Old Family Recipes’ in the Dining & Wine section

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