Nom Wah Tu

‘Boys Don’t Cry’ over Nom Wah Tu on Orchard Street

Posted April 9, 2018 at 5:03 am

After an inactive few weeks, the space formerly known as Nom Wah Tu on Orchard Street is back. As a total reimagining, too. Boys Don’t Cry flips the former fast-casual restaurant into an Instagram-friendly bar. Pretty much the same layout. And the multi-colored neon chickens remain in the windows. Ownership of the new venture is not […]

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Nom Wah Tu Suddenly Shutters After Less than 6 Months on Orchard Street

Posted March 9, 2018 at 5:06 am

Nom Wah Tu, the smaller Orchard Street outpost of the original, shut down suddenly last Saturday. Restaurant co-owner Wilson Tang confirmed the closure in an email, but provided no further comment. The business was one week shy of its six-month anniversary. As previously reported, Tang and his partner Jonathan Wu pulled the plug on Fung […]

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Dine and Dasher Caught on Camera at Nom Wah Tu on Orchard Street [VIDEO]

Posted October 11, 2017 at 5:02 am

Nom Wah Tu just debuted on Orchard Street and it’s already attracting some of the wrong customers. Ownership yesterday posted surveillance video of “dine and dashers” at the restaurant. “If you know these punks, let them know they can come back and pay for their meal anytime, the Instagram entry reads. They also warned fellow […]

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‘Nom Wah Tu’ is Now Serving Dim Sum on Orchard Street

Posted September 18, 2017 at 5:02 am

Not three weeks after Fung Tu called it quits, Wilson Tang’s Nom Wah replacement is ready to go. Nom Wah Tu, as it’s known, opened at 22 Orchard Street yesterday afternoon. As reported, Tang and his partner Jonathan Wu revamped the space to create a more “approachable” establishment that fits the neighborhood and imbues elements of […]

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Fung Tu Shutters Tonight Ahead of Transition to ‘Nom Wah Tu’

Posted August 31, 2017 at 5:13 am

Today is your last chance to dine at Fung Tu. The four-year-old Chinese-American eatery at 22 Orchard Street closes after service tonight. It will pivot to something different, yet altogether familiar. As previously reported, co-founders Wilson Tang and Jonathan Wu will keep the space, and create another offshoot of the Nom Wah Tea Parlor. Nom Wah […]

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