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Talk & Taste: Nom Wah Tea Parlor with Wilson Tang and Joshua David Stein

May 23 @ 6:00 PM EDT

Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month this May at Essex Market with the iconic Nom Wah Tea Parlor!

Wilson Tang and Joshua David Stein, authors of The Nom Wah Cookbook, are stopping by the Essex Market kitchen for a Talk & Taste event to discuss the history of Nom Wah, the making of The Nom Wah Cookbook and join in on a lively cooking demonstration with Chef Annette Tomei to show off the delicious recipes from the book! Your book will be signed at the end of Talk & Taste.

Nom Wah serves dim sum with a second-generation Chinese American focus, highlighting dumplings made right in Manhattan. The brand has expanded over the last decade with outposts in Philadelphia, Nolita, Chelsea, and Shenzhen.

To celebrate the restaurant’s centennial, Wilson Tang, owner and operator of Nom Wah, published his first cookbook, The Nom Wah Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from 100 Years at New York City’s Iconic Dim Sum Restaurant in 2020.

If you purchase Admission with a copy of The Nom Wah Cookbook, you will receive your book at the Essex Market the evening of May 23.  

You will not receive a physical ticket for this event. Your name will be on a list when you check in at the Essex Market Kitchen Mezzanine that evening.

Essex Market is proud to offer these programs in partnership with Edible Manhattan magazine and Kitchen Arts & Letters Bookstore.

Tickets are non-refundable.

You can purchase admission, or admission with copy of The Nom Wah Cookbook book, which the authors will sign for you.


In Partnership with Essex Market, Kitchen Arts & Letters, and Edible Manhattan


May 23
6:00 PM EDT
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Essex Market
Kitchen Arts & Letters
Edible Manhattan


Essex Market
88 Essex St
New York, NY 10002 United States
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