David Hsiung, whose family has owned and operated restaurants since the 1970’s in Chinatown, NYC and currently owns Hunan Taste in Denville, will open up a fine dining Chinese restaurant in Montclair this March.
The Noble East will be located at 4 Alvin place in Upper Montclair.
Hsiung, who has lived in Montclair for 2 1/2 years, tells Baristanet that he intends to open an establishment that not only delivers fine Chinese food, but also allows the guest to have a beautiful and ornate dining experience.
Hsiung’s cousin Tabitha Yeh will be the Executive chef. Yeh, who has worked in restaurants in Brooklyn, San Francisco, and most recently at NOMA in Denmark, will create a specialty menu for The Noble East to compliment the main menu, which will be similar to what’s served at Hunan Taste.
The Noble East will offer fine dining, take out, and delivery. Hsiung has hopes to offer brunch as well, after getting established.