Mission Chinese Food
Whether you want world-class fine dining, incredible dim sum, fresh-outta-the-ocean sushi, a strong rum drink served out of a whole pineapple, or just views that will take your breath away, SF is paradise.
We can understand if you're still feeling a little trepidatious about accidentally sending shards of glass flying into your guests' eyes. Never fear: We asked Sam Anderson, beverage director of Mission Chinese Food in New York, to show us how it's done...
A tablescape like this one will elevate your party game to a level on par with a combination of Sandra Lee and Corey Worthington.
Angela Dimayuga of Mission Chinese Food in NYC shows us how to make perfectly crispy fried chicken using koji—a.k.a. fermented rice.
"What we’re doing, at the end of the day, is just American food, but it’s a hodgepodge of what we like about Chinese dishes and the experience of Chinese restaurants."
The Mission Chinese Food duo takes the traditional chilled naengmyeon broth one step further and turns it into a savory granita, which Bowien says tastes like "beefy ocean flavor."
Even Danny Bowien's bona fide Wonka factory of explosively flavorful Chinese food has its mainstays. As Nelly would say, it's hot in here.
What’s better than paying tribute to your deceased loved ones than a drink in their honor?
Everyone has their opinions about where to get the best fried chicken, but let's just say that Mission Chinese Food's is a guaranteed slam dunk no matter what.