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Posted by kublaikhan on 2014-09-11
Though excelling in quality of ingredients and preparation, service, decor and price the unlooked for things are important as well. The freshness and flavor of the Chinese mushrooms, the actual presence of coriander seeds in the spicy cabbage or the perf
Posted by elaina on 2012-05-22
Fabulous tasting food, very reasonable in price.
Posted by JS on 2011-12-09
After reading review on NYmag I ventured here for lunch. #1, I had to ask waiter for a glass of cold water. #2 he never came to refill the water #3 waiter was not friendly and did not come over to ask how food is (is this just a a western custom) #4
Posted by Indesign on 2011-10-14
Went here based on the NY Times review last month and took my Chinese co-worker who grew up in Chinatown to see her awe and amazement at the great Chinese restaurant I discovered. The only awe and amazement we experienced was how disappointing the food wa
Posted by frank on 2011-07-28
I was told this was in the area from the 60's. It was always in the family and now the business was handed down to a new generation of charming folks.
The Food: let it be said that I have been eating this type of food since before electricity and since y
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-04-25
Of the 17 Dim Sum offerings, we tried 5 of them and just had to return to eat them again!
1: Wonton in Spicy Flavor w/ Peanut Sauce.
2: Scallion Pancake w/ Egg & Beef. 3. Steamed Crabmeat & Pork Buns. 4: Pan Fried Pork Dumplings.
5: Spring Rolls.