This is the restaurant that refuses to die. After closures, re-openings, remodels, and rumors that it would turn into a high-end, white-tablecloth Chinese restaurant, Ting Wong has emerged as essentially the same place it always was — a simple, unfussy spot offering ridiculously good and cheap roast duck, congee and Hong Kong-style noodles. It's bright, busy, sometimes sticky and always intimidating to newcomers, but it remains the single coolest restaurant in Chinatown.
Fillet of boneless duck served with pancakes or buns, scallion and hoi sin sauce. Served with choice of rice. Double pan fried thin egg noodles with shrimp, fish fillet, squid and mixed vegetables in ginger wine glazed sauce. Comes with shrimp, fish fillet, squid and mixed vegetables in ginger wine glazed sauce. Noodles with shrimp, chicken, roasted pork and mixed vegetables in oyster flavored sauce.