Nom Wah Tea Parlor Introduces Gluten-Free Options

Posted on: June 9th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

Doyers Street favorite Nom Wah Tea Parlor just implemented a menu update which caters to the gluten sensitive diners out there. Newish owner Wilson Tang announced yesterday via Facebook that there’s a new selection of gluten-free dim sum. Plus, the physical menus are laminated to protect against spillage.  Below is the message:

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Fans, we’ve heard your requests for gluten-free and vegetarian options and we’ve responded! New to our menu are dim sum that can be requested as gluten free or vegetarian.

In other Nom Wah news, the ninety-year-old eatery was featured in a New York Times video segment published earlier this week. Watch the video below:

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