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Wu Wei Din Chinese Cuisine



Opened by Taiwan native Todd Hung, this casual restaurant’s soul is dedicated to Taiwanese won tons, dumplings, fried rice, and noodles. You’ll find some of our city’s best pork-and-shrimp spicy won tons, flopped in beguiling chile oil spiced with star anise. Fill a table with appetizers like cold drunken chicken in a broth flavored with Shaoxing wine; garlicky golden kimchee, earthy from sesame paste; or flaky scallion cakes. But don’t miss the Taiwanese specialty: beef noodle soup, with fall-apart brisket and bok choy in a ruddy broth.

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