Named after 32 Mott Street, where New York City’s first Chinese store opened in 1851, Hong Kong’s 32 Mott restaurant honors traditions of Chinese cooking and ingredients. The must-try dish is the applewood-smoked Peking duck prepared in a custom-designed oven. Handmade dim sum reflects the restaurant’s focus on Cantonese and Szechuan cooking traditions. The cocktail menu takes advantage of the region’s unique flavors, from minty shiso leaves to star anise, cardamom, goji berries, and ginseng roots. The decor at 32 Mott, a union of a New York City–inspired industrial loft with elements of an elegant Chinese imperial palace, creates just the right mood.
Named after 32 Mott Street, the address of New York City's first Chinese store, back in 1851, Hong Kong's elegant Mott 32 is a modern tribute to the traditions of Chinese cooking and ingredients. Its focus is on spicy Sichuan dishes, as in a signature Peking duck entrée, as well as the milder flavors of Cantonese cuisine, showcased in bite-size dim sum.