Posted by: Jeffsayyes | December 20, 2011

Woks & Loks Menu – Released!

We only have 3 spots left, so only a few can fully take advantage of this – But we do have a bunch of Nosh Party spots left, see the Nosh menu listed below. We’re having all the presents and activity at the Nosh Party, just not the big Jewish-Chinese mash-up meal (we’ll have a shortened nosh menu), you can claim your entry to the party at

Here they are:

Special drink menu created by The Queens Kickshaw:
Golden Monkey Chocolate Egg Cream Bubble Tea
Double Happy Five Spice Hot Mulled Manischewitz

Menu created by Chef Chichi Wang.
(Sponsored by TMI Trading)


Shiitake Ginger Matzoh Ball Soup
Garlic Dill Asian Pickles
Potato and Scallion Wonton Pierogies
Matzoh Encrusted Pan-Fried Tofu with General Tso’s Sauce
Ginger Sriracha Wok-Fried Bagel Strips
Sichuan Peppercorn Latkes
Kasha Varnishkes tossed in Scallion Oil
Roasted Vegetables with Chili and Sesame Soy


Spring Roll Blintzes filled with Schmear and Chinese Jujubes
Sweet Red Bean Rugelach


Nosh Party Noshes

Potato and Scallion Wonton Pierogies
Ginger Sriracha Wok-Fried Bagel Strips
Sichuan Peppercorn Latkes
Spring Roll Blintzes filled with Schmear and Chinese Jujubes


Woks and Lox

Saturday, Dec 24th, Christmas Eve
Dinner: 5-7pm, ticket includes Nosh party
Nosh Party: 7-9pm
at The Queens Kickshaw (40-17 Broadway  Astoria)
You must buy tickets in advance (ie NOW) through:
Tickets to Dinner ($59), include Chichi Wang’s Jewish-Asian dinner mash-up from 5-7pm, 2 free drink tickets, and admission to the Nosh Party from 7-9pm.

Tickets to the Nosh Party ($28), include the Nosh Party from 7-9pm and 1 free drink ticket.

Tickets must be claimed by Friday, 12/23 @ midnight on IndieGoGo:
Official site:


  1. It’s a fantastic, brilliant, wonderful and fun idea, and I cannot tell you how much I would love to be a part of it. It’s at times like these and events like these that make me wish I could just snap my fingers or wiggle my toes and voila – I’d be back in my beloved New York and Queens. Have a fantastic time, and please do take lots of photos or make some vids and put it up on YouTube. Have yourselves a very merry Hanukkah, Christmas and early Chinese new year. I’m jealous (but in a good, happy-for-you kinda way).

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