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Posted by kublai khan on 2014-07-16
Either the fried wonton was a year old or it must be consumed immediately after frying. As it was, granite teeth would not be able to handle it.
The pork egg fuyoung was good, but be sure to ask for no sauce.
The fried fish pictured on the wall looks
Posted by notzagat on 2012-06-19
Have ordered takeout, usually beef chow fun ($5.75), lo mein ($5.25 chicken) and Singapore mai fun ($6.75), very good (dry style), cheap and quick. Sauces (oyster) sufficient and decent quality, ingredients OK (curry), and quantity good sized. Beef is n
Posted by Arthurt on 2012-05-18
I've been enjoying meals at 69 Bayard since Richard Nixon occupied the White House. There were many evenings during college years when friends and I would leave campus fo the two hour jaunt to Chinatown--arrive at 2 or 3 am, and eat ourselves silly---for
Posted by wong san ying on 2010-09-15
yes, well, several of the waiters and cooks (chefs) from Wo Hop 17 have moved up to work at 69...so there is no surprise that the food seems similar...and yes, it is Americanized Chinese Food, but who wants Jelly Fish and sauteed Duck feet and Pig intesti
Posted by Joseph C on 2010-07-08
As a semi-annual visitor to Tribeca, I usually find myself in Chinatown rather often. This was the first time I tried 69, and I have to say that the quality of the takeout food at 3am was okay, but not stellar. Still, the fact that they are open at 3 am
Posted by Foodie on 2010-04-05
Not many places still prepares food the old fashion way. But this place is famous for ox tail stew and salt & pepper fried chicken wings. This is western food with a Chinese twist and it is fantastic. Give it a try and its good cheap eats.
Posted by jackie on 2009-06-16
Me and my parents went here over the summer (the day after going to a differet place the corner which the concierge told us to go to - which we found disappointing). We couldn't get a hold of my dad's friend who used to be a cabbie to tell us where to go.
Posted by Budman on 2009-06-16
There's a reson this is the highest rated chinese resturant in chinatown.. food is superb.. and an excellent value.. my wife and I go to other resturants to find something better, but always come back...so we gave up searching.. just eat here and bring a