This New York oupost serves a sophisticated mix of contemporary Szechuan and Northern Chinese cuisine and is based on the much-loved restaurant of the same name in Hong Kong and London. Hutong cuisine takes its inspiration from the dishes served in the imperial palaces of what was then Peking. Hutong’s New York menu incorporates signature dishes from Hong Kong and London as well as new dishes created exclusively for the New York City restaurant. Dine on impressive platters of crisp soft-shell crabs, chili-fueled beef tenderloin ma la style and Peking duck. At lunch dine on hand-crafted dim sum.
Located in the former Le Cirque space - features elegant, spacious interiors - inspired by swinging 1920’s New York and Shanghai - created by Robert Angell Design International in collaboration with owner David Yeo.
Deep-fried prawns with pickled vegetables, broad beans with Sichuan sauce, and squid “flowers” with Chile dressing.
The Comfortably Numb, mixed with vanilla vodka, lychee liqueur, Sichuan pepper honey and ruby red grapefruit with dried Sichuan peppers coating the rim.