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Posted by | February 28, 2012
Welcome to the new Nom Wah Website

Welcome to the new Nom Wah website. Here, you will find the latest news from Nom Wah about promotions, events, and updates to our restaurant. Thank you again for being...

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Posted by | February 16, 2012
Knicks Game Viewing Party Recap

With all the Linsanity going on, it would only make sense that we'd host a viewing party to watch the Knicks game. Special thanks to MSG Networks and Kaimen Company...

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At a Chinatown restaurant, Dan Ronayne of MSG Networks talked with fans who are missing TV coverage of the Knicks and their breakout star, Jeremy Lin.
Posted by | February 13, 2012
Linsanity at Nom Wah and in The New York Times

Hot dang! We’re excited to mention that the Linsanity viewing event we hosted made its way to front page of The New York Times and was also the biggest sports...

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Asian in NY reviews Nom Wah Tea Parlor
Posted by | February 8, 2012
AsianinNY.com: Interview and Review

Linn Yen and Peter Zhao of AsianinNY.com review the eats at Nom Wah and interview owner Wilson Tang. The review can be found on the AsianinNY.com website. httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbFtDCkvC1g

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Posted by | January 12, 2012
Eat Out Time Out at Nom Wah

Time Out's Kelly Choi reminisces about one of her favorite childhood treats - the deep-fried donut with sweet red bean paste - and tries the version available at our restaurant...

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Wilson Tang is a second-generation American who is taking over ownership of the legendary Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown
Posted by | July 9, 2011
New York Times feature: “Based on an Old Family Recipe”

New York Times writer Steven Stern just featured owner Wilson Tang and the restaurant in his latest piece on young entrepreneurs, including Jason Wang of Xi'an Foods and Diep Tran...

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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.
Posted by | June 12, 2011
Old Family Recipes and The New York Times

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...

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Posted by | April 12, 2011
Featured in Sing Tao, World Journal, and Ming Pao!

What a great month it has been since we re-launched just in time for Chinese New Year festivities! We've been clipping the newspaper articles and couldn't help but notice features...

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Nom Wah Tea Parlor on Doyers Street in Chinatown.
Posted by | April 12, 2011
We’re Open for Business (says The New York Times)

It's not official until The New York Times says it is - we are officially back in business! Keeping to our traditional mainstays, we've re-opened with the old feel but...

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Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal
Posted by | April 3, 2011
Wall Street Journal Meets the Old and the New

There's something to be said about starting over again, especially when you have a long history behind you, as Wall Street Journal authors Melanie Grayce West and Kimberly Chou uncover....

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