It's a Good Day for a PARTY!
Check out our new Party menu! You get a tray full of your favorite food that's perfect for large gatherings. Packed and covered in aluminum trays to stay warm. And you save from 12 - 20%. Now there's NO excuse to not have a socially distanced get together!
A little surprise for you!
For visitors to our website...
We want to reward visitors to our website. One way is to give away this brand new facemask which tells people that you are a devoted fan of Wo Hop! We aren't selling these right now. And we just have a limited number of them. It's easy to get one.
Just place an online or phone order for food for a minimum of $25. When you go to pick up the order, just mention that you also want a mask that you saw on the website. We'll happily hand over one that's individually wrapped for free. That's it! Then wherever you are, people will know that you can't talk because your mouth is full of delicious food from the legendary Wo Hop!
Just a warning- they run a little tight with the straps...
Can You Imagine Yourself Eating
Our Food Here?
Well, thanks to some generous sponsors, you can! The Rockwell Group and Dine Out NYC have partnered to create outdoor dining destinations in selected neighborhoods in NYC by creating modular dining systems that adhere to current health guidelines and setting them up for restaurants. And we get to be one of the showcases!!!! A big thanks to them and additional partners American Express, NYC DOT, Chinatown BID, RoomAndBoard & NYC Hospitality Alliance!
Our History goes back to 1938
Now in its third generation of ownership, Wo Hop continues to be the go-to Chinese restaurant in Chinatown. We serve "old-fashioned chop suey style food. Americans like this style and not very many restaurants in Chinatown sell it anymore." We have some of the most dedicated customers around. Some come weekly and even daily. It's fast casual dining and delicious. We have a huge tourist customer base since they love to spread the word to their family and friends when they return home and via posts on Yelp and Facebook. No frills here, just reliable tasty food!
Read Our Reviews
From Gothamist August 2020
"the original Wo Hop (the neighborhood's second oldest restaurant, behind Nom Wah) and the younger Wo Hop City, are now back in action"
From The New York Times July 2010
"It is what New Yorkers used to know as a Chinese restaurant, serving an Americanized version of Chinese food, an authentic taste of an inauthentic past."
From Medium.com July 2019
"Wo Hop continues to be a successful restaurant where tourists congregate."
From Bizjournals.com November 2015
From Seriouseats.com August 2018