The East Village, or should we call it “Chinatown North,” is now flush with Chinese restaurants dedicated to changing the perception of Chinese food in NYC by serving up a variety of delicious regional cuisines in pleasant dining environments. To talk about this development, and their new ventures is Eric Sze of 886, who is bringing Taiwanese street food culture to New York in a refined way, and Chao Wang and Dong Lu of Hunan Slurp, who are featuring artistically presented Hunan rice noodles and dishes in their contemporary eatery.

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