From Our Editors
Once a server arrives at a table at Wing Shoon, it’s probably easiest for patrons to just name a dish at random—if it’s Chinese, the restaurant most likely serves it. Boasting more than 350 items, the menu can be a daunting read. Luckily, the selection is well categorized, with poultry dishes such as the cantonese fried chicken or peking duck giving a wide berth to beef entrees such as the steak with black-pepper sauce. Despite its broad culinary range, the restaurant does have a specialty: seafood. Seasonal dishes such as barbecued lobster with ginger and scallions rotate in and out with delicacies including sautéed slice conch and deep-fried sea bass.