Hutong is open for lunch and dinner reservations.
China is home to eight different regional cuisines. Hutong pulls its inspiration from the North with culinary direction from provinces and municipalities in Beijing and beyond, including: Dongbei, Sichuan, Peking, Hunan and Shanghai. Hutong’s menu incorporates fresh seafood and vegetables into signature dishes, a hand-crafted dim sum program, noodle-based entrees and more. Using a practiced cooking style to preserve the essence and authenticity, Hutong is a celebration of ingredients and tradition.
The menu will incorporate a variety of Hutong’s signature dishes as well as new items exclusive to the New York City location. The signature Red Lantern, overflowing with Sichuan dried chilies and soft-shell crab is served in an intricately carved antique wooden vessel; the dish balances the tenderness of the crab with warm, flavorful spices. The succulent Roasted Peking Duck is delicately carved tableside and served with thin pancakes, hoisin sauce, cucumbers and scallions. The wok-tossed Ma La Chilli Prawns are sprinkled with Sichuan pepper and Chinese celery for an added crunch. Starting July 15th, Hutong will introduce a dim sum lunch service, offering a rotating seasonal menu, accompanying classic varieties, such as Wagyu Beef Millefeuille, Crystal Lobster Dumplings, and Rosé Champagne Shrimp Dumplings.