Wen Dah Tai (Uncle Tai) began learning the cooking trade at the young age of 12 years. After working for more than 10 years with master chefs throughout China, Taiwan, Japan, and the Philippines, he returned to America in 1967 where Craig Claiborne and many others gave him the title of one of “New York’s finest chefs”. Uncle Tai then moved to Houston in the year 1979 and opened his own restaurant there. It was quickly recognized locally and nationwide.
Here in Coppell
The restaurant in the Dallas Galleria closed. Uncle Tai’s was reopened in the Coppell City. The restaurant is in a much smaller environment, but the freshest foods are still served here. Uncle Tai's is now renamed as Wu's Asian Bistro. The restaurant is moving to across the street in April 2013, but the management remains the same. Wu's Asian Bistro has unveiled a whole new look and style. It provides and ambience that is both warm and cozy. It presents some of the most delectable and authentic Hunan & Szechuan dishes for everyone's dining pleasure.