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About Howard Wang's Uptown China Brasserie
Upscale Chinese Bistro in Uptown Dallas.
Located in The Post (Formally Cityville) Katy Trail Building at the corner of Lemmon and Cole, facing Carlisle St.
Featuring Contemporary and Traditional Chinese Cuisine. Offering full service, patio and private dining.
Full bar including Asian beers, mixology driven cocktails, evolving wine list and premium Sake. Weekday Happy Hours and Weekend Brunch.
Dallas, TX 75204
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday - Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Dining and Catering Packages available.
Enter in The Post (Formally Cityville) Katy Trail building garage. One Enterance on Lemmon Ave, One Enterance on Carlisle St.
Local Bus Route 51 & M line Trolley.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Room sitting up to 30 people. Family Style menus created to fit every party"s individual needs, including on and off the menu items
Private Party Contact:
Aaron Hardwick: (214) 954-9558
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Wine Down Mondays and Thursdays, half price selected bottles of wine from 5pm-10pm!
Howard Wang's Uptown China Brasserie Ratings and Reviews
We have been looking for a restaurant in Dallas that served egg foo young for years, and were pleasantly surprised with Howard Wangs version... Sauce was delicious, vegetables and shrimp were cooked outside the patties, different, but delicious nonetheless, we went back for my birthday dinner! Portions were huge, took leftovers home and had for dinner the next night!
We will definitely return!
Waitress was a little too eager. We felt rushed because she came to our table so many times. Maybe it was because the restaurant was slow when we got there but nonetheless we felt like we were being pushed to eat quickly and leave. I've never felt pressured to leave when a restaurant was essentially empty. Kind of bizarre to me.
We don't usually gravitate towards Chinese food but had been here for lunch and really enjoyed it. It is much nicer than your traditional Chinese restaurant, and the food is great. We selected it for Mother's Day and were so glad that we did as Mass ran late, and the restaurant employees were very gracious when we arrived late. We had a party of five. Everyone was pleased with the cocktails, appetizers and entrees.
Nice! We had a 11:45am reservation and showed up at an empty restaurant (except for 1-2 tables). We had good service and saw a simple menu of typical items with some surprises. We went for the surprises. I had the Singapore Noodles and my wife had the Shrimp in Lobster Broth. Both very flavorful and the quality was obvious. Portions were very generous - I actually couldn't finish my Singapore noodles. The Hot & Sour soup was actually hot (spicy) for a change - most places go mild. All in all, a nice find for us. If we lived in the 'hood we'd go there a lot.
It's was our first time a d really enjoyed it. The crab ragoon is the best in town. A notch up from Pei Wei. The food was delicious. Wonton soup cane out less than Hot, but the server corrected it. Next time we will try the outside/inside bar. GREAT Date spot
My Mom and I went in for dinner on Monday night. She had never been there. It was fantastic! I order delivery a lot, but hadn't been in the restaurant in about 5 years. Great decor, the food is even better there and always made to order. We had great service and low and behold half off wine night! Great experience! Next time, I'll try to go in rather than order delivery.
Food was decent - Nothing special especially for the price. Ambience was a little weird - the place was crowded as we even had to wait a little after our reservation time. However, it seemed strangely quiet - background music needed to be turned up it seemed like.
The chicken in garlic sauce and the fish stir fry in ginger scallion sauce were ok, not spectacular. The ginger scallion sauce was on the slightly too salty side. The vegetable dumplings were ok also. This was not a memorable, I can't wait to return experience like it was the first time I ate here.
This normally fabulous restaurant was completely off its game today, although I'm not sure why. Hot and Sour soup was only warm. The chicken in my Hunan Chicken was so tough I couldn't cut some pieces with a fork. The brown rice, which is usually delicious, was clumped like bad oatmeal. Even the service was off a bit. I don't know if this was new management or new kitchen help, but one more meal like this one and I won't return. How sad when my past experiences have been exceptional! I hope someone actually reads these posts.
Nice service, food ok, left before ordering our main course (at 10pm) due to a table of a 5 adults and 4 small children that couldn't be controlled. Restaurant should have a policy of not allow kids in at 9:45pm on a Saturday night. Ruined our experience.
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