Howard Wang’s China Grill
4343 W. Northwest Hwy., Ste. 345
You can’t help but smile when your sizzling beef tenderloin with black pepper sauce is set down in front of you, and it has been plated on a cast-iron fajita platter in the shape of a cow. But presentation isn’t the only draw at Howard Wang’s China Grill. The menu boasts dishes that are “borderline traditional — westernized,” says Jowin Wang, Howard’s son. “We like to grasp both concepts at the same time.” Take, for example, the vanilla prawns tossed with honey cream sauce and candied walnuts — not your typical sweet and sour shrimp treatment. Although there is a spot on the menu dedicated to “traditional” Chinese fare, the HWCG’s Signature Dishes section highlights some of the more creative recipes from the Wang family, which has been a name in the Dallas Chinese food circuit since 1982.
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