Brooklyn Wok Shop: 5 Best Things To Eat There [Updated With the 5 Worst]
This week Counter Culture slides into Brooklyn Wok Shop, where a mainly Cantonese menu is offered at an elevated price in a room decorated with soup bowls. The review isn't too kind to the spot, but, nevertheless, several good dishes are identified. Here are five of them, in order of increasing desirability.
5. Roast Pork (above) -- This dish is a variation on the strips of red-tinted roast pork found in charcuterie windows in Chinatown. As with all entrees at BWS, it's served over rice with a vegetable tossed in to make a complete meal. Adding a runny fried egg is an immense improvement.