Win Son is an excellent Taiwanese restaurant in East Williamsburg, and Win Son Bakery is counter-service spot right across the street. It’s a bright space with plenty of tables, and it’s ideal for a quick breakfast, lunch, or dinner. As the name suggests, there are some baked goods here like pine nut cookies and chewy mochi donuts covered in sugar - but there are also a bunch of things that make a full meal. You can get a pea shoot salad with a bunch of goat cheese, for example, or an exceptional sandwich with egg, cheese, and fried pork knuckle on a milk bun. There’s also some fried chicken served with wedge fries, and it’s one of our favorite things here.
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