WO HOP rest. on Mott Street
is this chinatown greasy spoon still good and popular?? is the downstairs room better than the upstairs-- or do i have it backwards?? best items to order??
Always thought the downstairs was better and that Wo Hop was better for their noodles and Hop Kee for their seafood.
Their wonton noodle soups are always good.
But staples at any CT greasy spoon for me are: salt & pepper squid, beef chow fun, any seasonal sauteed green in garlic & oil, panfried flounder w/ ginger, and salt & pepper pork chops. If there's a big group: cantones style crab w/ the pork, and clams in black bean sauce.