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I've been on a kick to find the best General Tso's chicken in Manhattan

feeroz | May 22, 201808:38 AM     10

I've been on a kick to find the best General Tso's chicken in Manhattan. My staples have been Wei West and Wonton Noodle Garden. I feel like I've had many trials in between, but so very few, if any, tribulations. Where can I find the best General Tso's chicken in Manhattan my discerning and hungry people. That perfect crispy, tangy, garlic and ginger goodness where the rind is crisp and the meat succulent. I'm open to any interpretation of the General's finest chicken, new age-y, classic, white meat, dark meat, etc. You name it, and I'll try to try them all without gaining 50 lbs over the next year. So please, if you're holding onto a restaurant that makes the general's famous chicken in a most superior manner like some sort of ancient Chinese secret then initiate me, so I can get my grub on.

Wei West
Wonton Noodle Garden
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