Named after the address of NYC’s first Chinese grocery store (circa 1851), Mott 32 has embraced the pioneering spirit of its namesake to deliver a world-class dining experience that celebrates “Hong Kong culture and cuisine” with contemporary flair.
Traditional recipes (mostly Cantonese) get a modern makeover by Michelin Chef Man Sing Lee who creatively pairs a farm-to-table ethos with classic Chinese cooking techniques. The taste of opulence (Kurobuta Pork, Wagyu Beef, Black Truffle, et. al.) is injected into typical Dim Sum offerings. Mott 32’s signature Peking Duck is lavishly prepped in a special air-drying refrigerator and a customized industrial oven, ensuring that your first bite is worth reserving this dish ahead of time (Peking Duck must be pre-ordered, dinner only).
Plant yourself at the bar for some great people watching and a selection from their creative cocktail menu. Let the eclectic mix of chinoiserie, street art and industrial chic (brought by world-renowned designer Joyce Wang) set the scene for your next celebration. Whether it’s an anniversary, the end of a long journey or if it’s just another Friday night, nab a table in the Tangerine Room and soak it in. . . you’ve made it this far. Cheers.