Food

Seamore's and Nom Wah Tu Present: Feast of the Seven Fishes

General Tso's Squid, Maine Uni Crostini with Chinese Date Purée and Other Impressive Collab Dishes

By Ilana Dadras ·
22ab9dd72403011db6fef2348c2accee

Seafood-centric favorite Seamore's has teamed up with famed dim sum spot Nom Wah Tu for a collaborative dinner series they're calling Feast of the Seven Fishes. 

Expect dishes that merge the two cuisines beautifully, like Chinese lobster cannoli; udon and clams with pesto rosso and bone marrow; east coast oysters with black pearls and anise; and Maine uni crostini with Chinese date purée. 

The dinners pay homage to the close proximity of the original Seamore's to Chinatown, and the timing is a playful nod to the fact that many New Yorkers dine on Chinese food on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. It'll be available for just five days preceding Christmas, so reserve your seats now if you'd like to give it a go.



Dec 19—Dec 24, $65, both Seamore's locations and Nom Wah Tu

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

Elsewhere on the Daddy

More Food in New York