APPETIZERS Pu-Pu Platter
Variety of specialties
Beef Eggroll, Chicken Toast, BBQ Beef Sticks, Crispy Chicken Wings, Fried Wonton with Sweet ‘N Sour Sauce, BBQ Spare Ribs Pastrami Egg Roll Shmulk’s Pan Fried Wonton
CHEF’S SPECIALTIES Ong’s Fong Won Gai
Tender chicken cutlets stuffed with sauteed pastrami and onions crisped to perfection and topped with mixed Chinese vegetables Triple Delight
A delicious combination of chicken, beef and veal, lightly fried, sauteed with hand picked vegetables in a new tropical sauce House Special Steak
Grilled prime rib-steak with a taste tingling sizzle, prepared at your table side, in our house special sauce Grilled Chicken Singapore Style
Tender cuts of chicken seasoned with a combination of spices, grilled along with onions, peppers and snow pea pods Empress Chicken
Crispy tender chicken sauteed with vegetables in an unforgettable sauce Blai Zing Beef
Crisp tender cuts of beef sauteed with select vegetables served in a flaming sauce
BEEF/DUCK/CHICKEN Portobella Steak Boneless Spare Ribs Beef with Orange Ginger Sauce Mandarin Duck Sesame Chicken
China Glatt, located in the heart of Borough Park’s 13th Avenue shopping district, has been offering generous portions of delectable Chinese food in an upscale atmosphere since 1998. When owner Sholom Witriol started this venture, he used his expertise and knowledge as a frequent diner to come up with Chinese cuisine that customers couldn’t find anywhere else. Once you try their fare, you will agree that he has succeeded.
Besides the staple of kosher Chinese dishes such as Sesame Chicken and Pepper Steak which are always fantastic here, he and his well-trained chefs, with over 40 years of combined experience, came up with exotic and innovative dishes like Grilled Chicken Singapore Style, Ong’s Fong Won Gai and Blai Zing Beef. The special spices and sauces that they use are distinct and flavorful. The restaurant is also well known for their award-winning sushi. In fact, they were a winner in 3 categories in a recent taste test with hundreds of other restaurants. The Boro Park Roll and 13th Avenue Roll are highly recommended.
[continued above, right]
Sholom, who lives in the neighborhood, has gotten to know his customers and what they like. They’re more than happy to modify the dishes to suit your taste or special diet. The vegetables are constantly checked and everything is made with the finest ingredients. The attentive and efficient staff are always ready to advise and recommend from their abundant variety and selections.
China Glatt is also highly experienced and has a wonderful reputation in catering minor to major events. From your weekly learning program in shul, office parties at work or Sheva Brachot in their private dining room upstairs (see below), Sholom’s constant care is evident with amazing assortment of Chinese and sushi platters. A full selection of wines from countries all over the world, classical music playing in the background, Asian paintings on the walls, flowers on each of the tables, and new custom-made chairs all combine to create an elegant and exciting dining experience.
What do I subsitute for oyster sauce
I love chinese food especially chicken lo mein. Moshi Moshi in flatbush and China Glatt in boro park have the best chinese food. I would recommend those two resturants as the best kosher chinese resturants in NYC! I love trying out lo mein recipes but in the non kosher recipes they all ask for oyster sauce. I was wondering what the kosher chinese resturants use as a equivelant. I would love if one of the chef's of these resturants, or anyone else who knows could please tell me! thank you!
MICKEY MONTAL- 12/10/09 I've eaten in almost every restaurant in the tri state area. My favorite is China Glatt. I feel that their service and food is fit for a king. My favorite; crispy duck. I haven't found anyone that can beat that dish. I have recommended that restaurant to many of my friends and they have all come back with favorable results. Keep up the good work
4 Brooklyn Restaurants Celebrate 2006 Restaurant Week
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 04/04/06 From now until April 11, the following 4 kosher restaurants are particpating in Brooklyn's "Dine-In" 2006 Restaurant Week.
Bermuda (Lunch only)
China Glatt (Dinner only)
Tea for Two (Lunch only)
Fuji Hana (Lunch & Dinner)
For $20.06 you get a 3 course meal (Doesn't include drinks, tax or tip).
The following meat restaurants will be open & have 9 Days specials:
Elan Kornblum, Publisher- 08/09/05 All the dairy restaurants will, undoubtedly, be open and busy for the 9 Days, so below is a list of meat restaurant that have 9 Days specials- it's recommended you call before going, just to make sure. (Note: Look in the Weekly Specials sections for some of the dairy and meat restaurant's 9 Days menus)
Abigaelâ€™s, Bistro Grill, China Glatt, Chosen Garden, Chosen Island, Chosen Village, Estihana, Galil Moroccan, Grill de Paris, Island Grill, Kineret Steakhouse, Le Marais, Levana, Mosaica, Moshi Moshi, Mr. Broadway, , Mikeâ€™s Bistro, Prime Grill, Shariâ€™s Steakhouse, Skewers Steakhouse, Solo, Sushi Metsuyan, Taliaâ€™s Steakhouse, Village Crown, Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse, Zion Grill & Steakhouse