New York, NY 10001
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The wonton tacos are a fun play on the fusion theme, with the crispy wonton a good substitute for a hard taco shell.
Definitely start with the guac. Better than most, including Dos Caminos. Work your way to the amazing Peking Duck Tacos and fried calamari. End it with the chocolate brownie and green tea Ice cream.
Get the Gordita Scallion Pancakes, Baja Style Tacos, Latino Fried Rice, and Chorizo Shumai. Scott is a great waiter!
Chef Julieta Ballesteros' fusion menu channels Latin flavors into Chinese favorites, with results like chorizo dumplings, Peking Duck tacos, and mole poblano lo mein.
As enticing as the idea of chorizo dumplings are, it's just a bit too pricey to be worth it. However, at ~$10, the cocktails provide quite a bit of bang for the buck!
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