Taiwan Pork Chop House 臺灣武昌好味道

Taiwanese Restaurant$$$$
Chinatown, New York
  • KahEan C.
    "Excellent chicken leg over rice, and the soups too!"(12 Tips)
    Kimmie O.
    "You must get the pork chop over rice & the wontons in chili oil!!!!"(10 Tips)
    Jess N.
    "Indulge in a side of the wontons in spicy oil"(7 Tips)
    Crystal C.
    "Taiwanese ice with black jelly"(3 Tips)
72 Tips and reviews
  • pork chops
  • chicken leg
  • wontons
  • taiwanese ice
  • marinated egg
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  • Jess N.
    Jess NaldoOctober 28, 2015
    Pork chops over rice are the obvious but damn, that fried chicken is the star! Indulge in a side of the wontons in spicy oil, find a nice corner, and let yourself go to town... CHINA-town 😉😑😂
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJuly 27, 2012
    As its name so eloquently suggests, this place has some excellent. pork. chops. Order the pork chop over rice ($5.25), throw a marinated egg in the mix, and add a dash of soy sauce. Instant ecstasy. Read more
  • Luke K.
    Luke KingmaMay 28, 2013
    There's a bold claim in its name, and EPCH delivers... deliciously. No need to pour over the menu here. The Pork Chop Over Rice is everything that it is. Add a marinated egg, because you're worth it.
  • jkhknyc
    jkhknycSeptember 5, 2015
    The pork chop over rice is perfect. The meat is juicy and tasty. The pickled veggies balance the pork and enhance the rice. Excellent. The beef noodle soup is good but soup is too salty on its own.
  • Beril E.
    Beril EsenOctober 2, 2017
    Perfect Taiwanese find: Chicken leg over rice was the winning dish.Get a side of pork chops since it is a pork chop house, but that chicken leg had that perfect balance between crisp & tender going on
  • Jane D.
    Jane DongAugust 15, 2014
    The Taiwanese pork chop (yeah the name of the place gives it away) is what you should get. Make sure to eat the hot sauce there - think it's a black bean hot sauce and it makes your whole meal better
  • Crystal C.
    Crystal ChoyAugust 15, 2012
    Been here 50+ times
    LOVE the pork chop (the chicken leg is just as good) noodles (soup or dry, sans the sour veggies), wontons in spicy oil, and Taiwanese ice with black jelly, taro balls, small red beans, and peanuts!
  • Jeff E.
    Jeff EAugust 17, 2014
    Make sure to add an egg to your chop. The garlic cucumbers are so refreshing; the jellyfish appetizer has cucumber mixed in already.
  • Ina L.
    Ina LiMarch 15, 2016
    Hidden gem in Chinatown. Cheap, big portion and delicious. Recommend chicken and pickle rice, wonton and Taiwanese friend chicken.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsJuly 10, 2013
    There's more than just excellent pork chops here—try the marinated seaweed and dried bean curd or the stir fried noodles.
  • Ting T.
    Ting TsaiOctober 31, 2015
    I remember this as Excellent Pork Chop House back in the day. Pork chops are still excellent and they've extended their Taiwanese menu!
  • Gradie O.
    Gradie OakesFebruary 17, 2012
    Best Chinese-Taiwanese place in the city. Kind of like how Jeremy is the best Chinese-Taiwanese descended basketball player in the world. Beef soup is Linsane.
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoMay 14, 2015
    The Pork Chop here is done expertly; crisp and well-seasoned, but a tender interior. Over pickled vegetables and white rice, it makes for a filling bowl.
  • Steve B.
    Steve BullJune 9, 2017
    Porkchop with coddle soup or lo mein is always a reliable affordable tasty winner. The cucumber and jellyfish was a pleasing appetizer.
  • Amruta B.
    Amruta BugeJuly 31, 2015
    Can't beat a delicious and filling meal for $5.25. Get dat Chicken Leg Over Rice 🐔
  • Tom S.
    Tom SawyerApril 6, 2012
    Pork chop is delicious! Beef noodles, wonton soup, wonton in spicy oil and noodles excellent. Cheap and faster than lighting
  • Alex T.
    Alex TsuDecember 7, 2017
    Salt and pepper chicken, pork chop, wontons in chili oil are all great here! Reasonable prices with quick service
  • Kyle Cameron S.
    The house Taiwanese chili paste is among the top three pastes I've had in the city. Legit, and not even that spicy
  • Alex N.
    Alex NguyenApril 26, 2016
    pork chop with rice and the wontons with spicy oil- yum yum yum
  • Joseph L.
    Joseph LinDecember 21, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Pork chop is great of course! And the side dishes are not bad as well. Get some seaweed/bean curd!
  • Christopher T.
    Christopher TaiApril 10, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Excellent Pork Chop House is indeed, excellent. Order the fried chicken leg over rice and get the wonton in spicy oil as an appetizer.
  • Derrick C.
    Derrick ChenMarch 25, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    One of the few Taiwanese places in Manhattan. Most authentic of them all. Their soup and dry noodle (乾麵) combo is a good deal.
  • Joey N.
    Joey NgAugust 8, 2012
    Try the Pork Chop over Rice - Juicy pork chop, mince, and pickled veggies give rice full flavour.
  • Teresa
    TeresaFebruary 12, 2014
    Been here 25+ times
    Recently changed their name to Taiwan Pork Chop House. Menu, staff and food are the same!
  • Kate Y.
    Kate YanApril 17, 2017
    Great place for a quick bite, pork chop and fried chicken are excellent and cheap.
  • Kimmie O.
    Kimmie OhhAugust 21, 2015
    You must get the pork chop over rice & the wontons in chili oil!!!!
  • Julius T.
    Julius TarngDecember 29, 2014
    Pork chop! Beef noodle very plain. Add some of that chili sauce in the glass jar
  • Drew T.
    Drew TabuJune 23, 2015
    Wonton was great! Hours listed on Foursquare are wrong: it's open 7 days.
  • Lillian L.
    Lillian LinSeptember 1, 2013
    The sign of a good restaurant. Get the pork chop over rice.
  • G
    GAugust 19, 2016
    Chicken leg over rice. Was surprised that it was Deep fried chicken but still good!
  • kenny t.
    kenny tseMarch 23, 2013
    Ask for extra sauce for free! Add a tea egg to any dish for $0.50.
  • Forrest
    ForrestOctober 10, 2011
    Great pork chop and rice. Love the beef stew noodle soup. Try the marinated eggs!
  • Eileen
    EileenOctober 20, 2017
    Been here 10+ times
    Don't get distracted by the other menu items. Get the pork chop over rice. Salt and pepper chicken and spicy wontons were both disappointing, avoid!
  • Jeremy
    JeremyJune 20, 2017
    As someone who is Taiwanese and has had a lot of Taiwanese food, this place is mediocre at best. Pork chops are dry, chicken is smothered in MSG. Shaved ice? More like crushed ice. Pass.
  • Anna F.
    Anna FrenkelAugust 16, 2012
    Mr. Leo Cheng says to get the Pork Chop or the Chicken Leg over rice. I plan on doing just that.
  • Donny C.
    Donny ChiaSeptember 14, 2010
    I like the beef noodle soup and the shanghai over rice. Always get lots of appetizers because they are cheap!
  • Ron H.
    Ron HsuMay 18, 2015
    The pork chop's only $2.5! The shaved ice is a bit rough.
  • fredara
    fredaraFebruary 18, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Ball out of control on this super delicious super cheap yumminess.
  • Angela L.
    Angela LiaoNovember 8, 2017
    Duck over rice is a must try. The taro dessert is cheap but not well-made.
  • Elaine L.
    Elaine LeeJune 23, 2012
    great soup and dry noodle combo! not for MSG intolerant people though...
  • Daria
    DariaFebruary 26, 2012
    Chicken leg over rice. Their spicy sauce is addictive.
  • Duann
    DuannNovember 4, 2015
    Really good pork chop noodles!!
  • Bennett
    BennettSeptember 9, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Stick with the namesake, can't go wrong
  • Stephanie T.
    Stephanie TanAugust 7, 2014
    Good and cheap. What more can you ask for?
  • Greg G.
    Greg GalantJanuary 16, 2011
    Lives up to its name. Order the pork chop ($5.25) of course.
  • Jen K.
    Jen KJune 16, 2013
    One of only a handful of NYC restaurants that serves Taiwanese Ice.
  • CJ W.
    CJ WMarch 2, 2014
    Chicken leg lo mein with tea egg, spicy wontons
  • KahEan C.
    KahEan ChangNovember 13, 2011
    Excellent chicken leg over rice, and the soups too!
  • Jihang
    JihangMay 1, 2011
    I had to come here right after coming back from Taipei to stave off withdrawl. It's the closest you'll get in Manhattan.
  • R
    RMarch 19, 2011
    It's an okay Taiwanese place, they def have lowered the quality over the years and they are heavy on MSG at times. Go to Taiwan for the real stuff.
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