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  • Chinese
  • 17 Mott St, New York NY10013 40.714264 -73.99901
  • (Btwn Mosco St & Chatham Sq)
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  • (212) 962-8617
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User Ratings (Based on 139 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 4.1
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 2.9

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 962-8617
(212) 267-2536
Take Out Visa, MC
Daily: 5am-10pm
Lunch, Dinner
Cheap Eats, Open Late, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by Katfish38 on 11/14/2010


    There was nothing redeeming to any of the dishes. The General Tso's was soggy, the hot/sour soup was bland, the pork fried rice was just OK. I have no plans to order from this place ever again.

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by wong san ying on 09/15/2010

    best chin-american

    mericanized Chinese food, but Very Tasty and at a Price you will be able to easily afford...and look for Wong San Ying's picture up on the wall, in the "bathroom corner", posing with a Broadsword...

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by LORI on 09/01/2010


    Disappointed. Noodles overcooked with dark meat. Service was rude. Atmosphere wasn't good, and the restrooms were not well kept. Food was sub par.

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by swong705 on 08/27/2010

    Not the most authentic place in Chinatown

    I am reading these reviews. There is no way that Wo Hop is authentic Chinese food. Chow Mein is not authentic Chinese food. The menu had to differentiate between the real Cantonese style Chow Mein and the American Chow Mein...that is bad news. A real Chinese place would not serve the American version. General Tso's Chicken and Egg Foo Young are American too. I realized that most people dont know what real Chinese food is. Most people think Egg Rolls, General Tso's Chicken and fried chicken wings with fried rice that is dark in color doused in hot sauce, Wontons with THICK skin and near no meat is real Chinese food. I grew up in Chinatown and never seen those items until I moved out of Chinatown. Do yourself a favor...look for a restaurant in Chinatown where the majority of the patrons are Asian. And order what they are eating.

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by awesome on 08/22/2010

    what is the big frigin deal.

    had no problem waiting in line for an hour. but it did make the expectations a bit high. it was fun to eat in the tiny basement next to a hilarious family. that, i think was much better than the food. wonton soup was wonton soup. chicken dishes tasted like chicken dishes and their very spicy dishes were less spicy than their regular dishes. i didn't say WOW to anything, maybe we ordered the wrong things? overall, i think its a bit too hyped up here. if u want a funny experience and great service, go. (if ur willing to wait). but you can find the same food anywhere else.

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by Banqchef58 on 07/23/2010

    Best Chinese in NYC

    I have been eating at Wo-hops for over 35 years. The food is consistent and fresh, and flavorful. I have many favorites.....The dumplings are to die for. I also love the sour cabbage soup. The waiters are the same, and the food is the same. They are open 24 hours 7 days a week. Check it out, you won't be sorry!

  • Wo Hop

    Posted by Brighton Beach Nosher on 05/21/2010

    Upstairs or Downstairs, Just Go to Wo Hop

    Been going to WH since before there was an Upstairs. I go every time I get back to NY. So good I want to cry. Spareribs, Lobster Cantonese, Chinese Broccoli, Won Ton Soup...the best Cantonese in town...can't wait to get back.

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