Fung Tu

Fung Tu Reopens Tonight After Gas Leak Hiatus

Posted July 16, 2015 at 5:09 am

Fung Tu reopens for dinner service tonight after a week on the sidelines. As previously reported, a gas leak in its building at 22 Orchard Street forced the business to close until further notice. Meaning, now. Owner Wilson Tang informs us that, even though the restaurant will be open, they’ll be serving a limited menu. […]

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Fung Tu on Orchard Street is Closed Due to a Gas Leak in the Building

Posted July 15, 2015 at 5:12 am

Wilson Tang’s popular Chinese restaurant, Fung Tu, remains temporarily sidelined due to a gas leak in its building at Orchard Street. A sign posted in the window over the weekend announces the closure, and that reopening is likely “several days” from fruition. Unfortunately due to a gas leak, Fung Tu currently has no gas and […]

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Lady of Grand’s Pick: Fung Tu’s Fish for Two

Posted May 29, 2014 at 11:00 am

Rocking all 3 of my requirements (great food, ambience, and service) for a neighborhood restaurant, Fung Tu is on my list of regular spots.  The gorgeous interior design by MyPhuong Chung is a geometric wonderland.  Service is always superb, and while I usually sit at the bar, there are nice booths for a cozier retreat. […]

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Wilson Tang’s ‘Fung Tu’ Opening at the End of November on Orchard Street

Posted November 12, 2013 at 5:23 am

Fung Tu means “wind and soil” in Chinese. Here on the Lower East Side, however, the translation is a new restaurant by Nom Wah’s Wilson Tang and Per Se veteran Jonathan Wu. The 50-seat restaurant at 22 Orchard Street is almost ready to go, with the last pieces falling into place. Eater reported back in […]

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