30 November 2009

Nom Wah Tea Parlor Back Open


The historic Chinatown dim sum palace Nom Wah Tea Parlor, which was shut down earlier this month by the Department of Health, is back open as of Sunday, Nov. 29, according to a reader who ate there. Nom Wah has become a regular target of DOH in recent times, having been shut down for nearly two months last year. The place has been on Doyer Street since 1920, and is the first dim sum parlor in Chinatown.

5 comments:

Jeremiah Moss said...

praise the lord! i do worry about this place.

Brooks of Sheffield said...

I do, too. I feel that after one too many closures by the DOH, the owners will just throw in the towel and shut the joint down.

Radish Girl said...

I want them to stick around, they're historic and all, but I DO wish they'd get their act together. After my beetle-laced steamed dumpling, I haven't been able go back..,

Ken Mac said...

Radish Girl has a point...

Ken Mac said...

love that washed out red...like a 50s flick