Wo Hop Restaurant

Wo Hop Restaurant

Chinese Restaurant and Asian Restaurant · Chinatown
17 Mott St (btwn Worth & Mosco St), New York, NY 10013, United States
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  • Mon–Sun
    • 24 Hours
$ $ $ $
Beer, Cocktails, BYO
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Based on 501 votes

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    Ariel B.
    "always head downstairs, also the steamed dumplings are to die for"(22 Tips)
    Chantal G.
    "Chow fon 4D and Buddha Delight (veggie) in front"(7 Tips)
    GianCarlo P.
    "EAT DOWNSTAIRS"(7 Tips)
    John M.
    "The fried dumplings are the best in the city, period!"(9 Tips)
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  • downstairs
  • dumplings
  • Chinese food
  • good for a late night
  • seafood
  • wontons
  • chow fon
  • downstairs
  • chicken
  • authentic
  • lobster
  • roast duck
  • noodles
  • pork
  • good for a quick meal
  • casual
  • beef
  • crab
  • shrimp
  • lively
  • Karl S.

    late night chinese is awesome. spicy chinese mustard is potent

    Karl Schaffer · 1 week ago
  • Ashley K.

    $10 will buy you the biggest plate of amazing Chinese food you've ever seen.

    Ashley Kemper · 2 weeks ago
  • Nysha L.

    Duck, taste great.

    Nysha Lynn · August 31
  • Ailie C.

    Great late night eat. Get the beef flat noodles! So authentic.

    Ailie Chang · August 22
  • Brook S.

    NOT OPEN at 4am

    Brook Shelley · July 29
  • Tom M.

    Great spot to hit up after a long night of drinking. The salt and pepper fried squid with white rice is on point. 👌👌👌

    Tom Meng · July 19
  • Afi Y.

    Head down the basement for a no-frills, delicious experience. Huge portions that are unlike anything else you're used to. It's open late too, so come with the drunchies.

    Afi Yellow-Duke · July 7
  • Michael V.

    Late night & Wo Hop are synonymous. Retire into a basement of deliciousness. Time & time again.

    Michael Vierra · July 5
  • Chris B.

    Classic NYC Chinese food. Try the ginger scallion lo mein with chicken.

    Chris Burke · June 28
  • Afoma

    Go for the lobster or literally everything

    Afoma · June 15
  • Jenn A.

    Fried dumplings, pork fried rice, shrimp and broccoli. Pieces are great and family sized portions

    Jenn Allen · June 5

    Overrated!! Food isn't that good....

    JNYCE · April 19
  • Nicholas L.

    Roast Pork in Black Bean Sauce. Don't question it - get it!

    Nicholas LaTorre · April 5
  • Jacob R.

    Old school Cantonese from before Americans knew better. Dumplings, egg rolls, fried rice, and amazing wonton soup are to die for. And from - not a healthy place but worth the trip downstairs.

    Jacob Rosenberg · April 4
  • Cara L.

    Not good for a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown.

    Cara Lau · March 2
  • Janine D.

    Best Chinese in NYC. Get anything. Open 24 hours.

    Janine Duffy · February 25
  • Mark M.

    Open til 5 a.m. Steamed dumplings are amazing, pork fried rice, wonton egg drop soup, shrimp w/lobster sauce, are some simple dishes I like but I've never been disappointed in anything I ordered here

    Mark Minervini · February 24
  • Kimmie O.

    The food is amazing, delicious & super cheap!! 👍

    Kimmie Ohh · February 19
  • JoNeZEE

    Food is delicious, the fried dumplings are addictive, cant just have one. The shrimp mei fun is amazing too. Be patient the wait can be long but the payoff is worth it.

    JoNeZEE · February 10
  • Chris S.

    This spot is amazing. They serve quickly and it's pretty cheap. Parking is a pain in the ass, but , otherwise, it's a great place.

    Chris Sealy · February 7
  • Dan W.

    Place is buzzing well past 4am

    Dan Wissinger · January 4
  • Corbett E.

    Awesome Chinese food and generous servings.

    Corbett Ekonomou · December 26, 2014
  • Jeff S.

    Seafood congee. Prob not on menu, but ask in Cantonese.

    Jeff Savage · December 25, 2014
  • Amy B.

    Keep your party small. Way easier to get in. Try not to order everything. Delicious!

    Amy B · December 20, 2014
  • Michael D.

    Wine only, no corkage fee 'til 9p

    Michael De La Rosa · December 17, 2014
  • Alec C.

    Dumplings. Wonton soup. Late night.

    Alec Cohen · December 17, 2014
  • Marina

    Late night spot. Alway order from the OVER RICE menu. Should only be $7. I always substitute the white rice for fried rice for extra $2. Shrimp with egg sauce over shrimp fried rice. Mmmmm

    Marina · December 10, 2014
  • Brian F.

    Love the egg roll.

    Brian Flock · December 7, 2014
  • Fazeela M.

    Perfect meal for 4 under 40$: pork fried rice, fried wontons, roast duck, Singapore chow mei fun. Your welcome.

    Fazeela Mohammed · December 4, 2014
  • Princess R.

    Get the wo shur opp! Cash only

    Princess Rune · December 1, 2014
  • Aaron B.

    A fun place for drunkards and mediocre food.

    Aaron Batchelder · November 15, 2014
  • Cristos I.

    Not 24 hours as listed. They also didn't open back up anywhere close to the time they said they'd be back on the door sign...

    Cristos Ifantides · November 11, 2014
  • Karen V.

    Love love love

    Karen Vincent · November 9, 2014
  • Eric P.

    Ginger Scallion Lo Mein, Hot & Sour Soup, Won Ton Soup.

    Eric Pitcher · November 9, 2014
  • Chantal G.

    Chow fon 4D and Buddha Delight (veggie) in front

    Chantal Griffioen · November 8, 2014
  • Monti B.

    Get the General Chicken

    Monti Bray · October 29, 2014
  • Sanja D.

    The downstairs one is almost always crowded, but I think it's worth it. The food is good, and pretty cheap. Plus, they'll give you a bunch of Fortune cookies! :)

    Sanja Delcev · October 25, 2014
  • Gina L.

    They served us spoiled tofu... LOL.

    Gina Limon · October 17, 2014
  • Jess N.

    Regularly awesome NYC late dining/drunk munchies experience. Dumplings, chow fun, and salt & pepper pork are all regular winners. Birthday? They'll bring out pineapple rings, candles and yes, a song!

    Jess Naldo · October 12, 2014
  • tze c.

    Turn around and go to any other dumpling place in the neighborhood.

    tze chun · October 11, 2014
  • Brian K.

    Best egg rolls. ..and celebrity photos

    Brian Kaufman · September 29, 2014
  • Gina L.

    If you must, come here. But if you are looking for authentic Chinese, go elsewhere.

    Gina Limon · September 23, 2014
  • Vinny C.


    Vinny Capri · September 11, 2014
  • Phoenix 💥💥💥

    One of the oldest restaurants in Chinatown

    Phoenix 💥💥💥 · September 6, 2014
  • Jesse B.

    Count on this place if you're looking for a food fight at 4:30am

    Jesse Boyes · August 31, 2014
  • Richard M.

    Love this place!

    Richard Murby · August 26, 2014
  • Christopher C.

    Been coming since I was little whenever I am around Mott street I always pop in and get some food.

    Christopher Carter · August 25, 2014
  • William H.

    Your food likely arrived before you could finish reading this tip.

    William H · August 23, 2014
  • Baramee C.

    Honestly, there's better Chinese around. Cash only.

    Baramee Chindavong · August 16, 2014
  • Village Voice

    The egg foo young--a gravied dome of eggs chock full of meat and veggies--is a standout dish, as is the chow fun. The thick, wide noodles are the perfect vehicle for soy and the wok's flavor. Read more

    Village Voice · August 15, 2014

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