GREENWICH, Conn. -- WUJI Restaurant will bring organic Chinese food to Connecticut when its Greenwich location opens by the end of June.
The 76-seat Greenwich location is at the former Hunan Gourmet next to Whole Foods. Its Shanghai-themed ambiance features bright red Chinese lanterns, a grand water wall effect, a black lacquer ball and an opium bed mirror displayed between 400-pound urns.
WUJI serves organic, chemical-free, locally sourced Chinese food and is a creation of MAAC Hospitality Group.
Menu items include organic Heritage pork spare ribs with honey-plum glaze; lo mein noodles stir-fried with vegetables and sesame ginger sauce; Cantonese roast chicken with crispy garlic and shallots; and spicy fried rice topped with a soft egg.
Chef Guang Zanghou, culinary director Peter How and Chef de Cuisine Roger Luo created the menu.
Chef Josh Moulton, former service director of New York City's Gramercy Tavern, will manage the Greenwich location.
Delivery is available by calling 1-844-WUJI-NOW.
Wuji of Greenwich is located at 68 E. Putnam Ave.
For more information, visit wujirestaurant.com .
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