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Posted by happy_eater on 05/21/2006
The food here was pretty good (much more flavor than the generic pictures on the menu displayed). The combination of sukiyaki rice and a jelly drink hit the spot for me. The only thing that really bothers me about the restaurant is me and my boyfriend had our food packaged to go and when the containers came back, some of our food (mainly meat) was not included. Bottom line: enjoy the food but insist on packing leftovers yourself so you won't be peeved the rest of the night.
Posted by Nice on 01/18/2006
The first time I went to Ajisen noodle was in Shanghai, China. The food is amazing there. I am surprised there is one in New York. But it is not as good as the one in Shanghai. This one in Chinatown is also managed by Chinese. The noodles are delicious especially the soup. And if you go there in weekdays, there is a good deal. two appetizers+two entry course+two cups of bubble milk tea=$19. I think it is worth it.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2005
In the heart of Chinatown. This place has great soups, and an ample picture menu but also has cheap, sizeable and delicious sushi. Great atmosphere, great value.
Posted by i <3 ny on 09/30/2005
My roommate from Taiwan first took me here for bubble tea two years ago, and i've been back many times since. The atmosphere is cozy and so is the waitstaff... sometimes. There is one server who seems to always have an attitude. If you get him, just make sure you already know what you want to order since he doesn't like to explain or give suggestions. The tapioca (bubble) teas are a must have and so is the fried vegetables with white rice. Their noodle soups are lovely. Great chinese food for great prices!