Uncle Wang from the outside is rather non-descript. Inside there is some counter space and tables available with colorful stools that appear to be more fit for a children's playroom rather than a restaurant. But don’t be discouraged, it’s the food that is worthy of a visit. The menu ranges from mainstays like shrimp fried rice and General Tso’s chicken to delicacies like chewy pieces of pig’s ear sliced thin and smothered in a stew of celery and chilies. Other offerings include pork with Fu Zhou sauce, rabbit noodle soup and braised ribbon fish. Most dishes are in the $7 to $8 range and served with a healthy side of rice. Open late.
Uncle Wang is located at 801 58th St, Brooklyn, NY