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Posted by Big E on 2012-01-16
A great spot for conger, roast meats, delicious dumplings, greens and everything else. Not expensive. Waiters not so good with English but they always get the order correct somehow. Highly recommend.
Posted by GN on 2010-09-21
...if you want to taste fried chinese food for the rest of the evening, then this is the place for you. A delicate 'fried shrimp and other non-descript animals' after-taste will follow you rigorously around, most likely for over a day - which makes this a
Posted by john jay on 2010-04-19
it ain't pretty but it sure tastes good. had the squid with pickeled veggies - yummy. my two companions had more familiar dishes and very much enjoyed them. darn good duck soup too. would like to see one person on shift who spoke a bit more english - the
Posted by bp on 2009-04-10
BW is exactly what this doctor orders. If there's a place in NY that serves better wonton soup (supplemented with noodles and succulent roast pork), I haven't been there yet--and I've been at many, many Chinese restaurants. Some people might not like th
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-04-10
If you want Chinese roast meats, duck, pork, chicken, etc. look no further.
Posted by noodlelover on 2009-03-09
My family and I stumbled upon this restaurant due to a local's recommendation -- THANK YOU whoever you were. Yea, the atmosphere isn't great, but the food was fantastic. We all had soup: egg noodle, shrimp dumpling, and pork or duck... all was excellent.
Posted by JLBT of Chappaqua, NY on 2008-11-03
We thought the food was really good. Authentic and fresh ingredients. I don't normally order duck but here it was very tasty. The roast pork over rice was a winner! Great flavor and tender. Definitely no frill, however the food was worth the lack of atmos
Posted by ILuvFat on 2008-08-12
Don't be looking for any tablecloths, fancy dining areas, etc Nope. Just get ready for some terrific Chinese food!
Order one of their soups with noodles and meat or a meat over rice dish, if you want to blend in with the natives. Or, don't worry a