Swift’s Attic hosting Wu Chow dim sum pop-up January 24

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Chinese native Ji Ping Chen will serve as the executive chef at Wu Chow, a new venture from the owners of Swift's Attic.
Chinese native Ji Ping Chen will serve as the executive chef at Wu Chow, a new venture from the owners of Swift's Attic.

Chinese native Ji Ping Chen will serve as the executive chef at Wu Chow, a new venture from the owners of Swift’s Attic.

Update at 5:20 p.m.: This pop-up lunch has sold out.

People have been clamoring for more Chinese food in Austin for some time. That time is coming. This year both Wu Chow (from the team behind Swift’s Attic) and Rene Ortiz’s Angry Bear take-out will open.

To preview Wu Chow, Swift’s Attic and chefs Ji Peng Chen and Ling Qi Wu will host a dim sum pop-up at the Congress Avenue restaurant on January 24. The full-service pop-up meal will take place at 11 a.m. There are only 88 seats available and the meal costs just $8.88. You can RSVP for the communal-seating, shared-plate meal through the Eventbrite link.


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