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Posted by Anonymous on 10/15/2008
To the previous reviewer: You ordered stuff that people normally associate with greasy american Chinese delivery joints. This is real Chinese food. Big Wong rocks. I'm so tired of people assuming they know what a certain cuisine is supposed to taste like when they haven't a clue. I once read a review of a Thai joint where the the reviewer only talks about Pad Thai. (that reviewer stated: "I've been to Thailand twice, so I know good Pad Thai.") Are you kidding me? State your opinion but don't make yourself look like a imbecile. It's annoying and offensive to people who grew up and are truely familiar with those cuisines.
Posted by Anonymnous on 02/24/2008
This is a great place for a quick lunch, snack or simple dinner. This is not the place you would order anything that is not already prepared. So congee, wonton noodles, roast meats are delicious. Anything that requires the kitchen to cook (with the exeption of Beef Chow Fun) are not that great. Go across the street to Amazing 66 for meals that need to be prepared.
Posted by Worth & Broadway on 02/21/2008
I have had a lot of Chinese food in my life and this was not among it! I don't know why it got such good reviews when everything I got was more than questionable and completely lackluster. We got beef & broccoli, veggie lo mein, hot and sour soup and dumplings and there was not one thing that I liked. For China Town's Best, I am incredibly disappointed.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/13/2007
fabulous place to eat!! cheap and delicious. this is what i call authentic chinese food. just be careful with wht time you go. during dinner and lunch times, it gets extremely hectic in there. but if you visit chinatown, you must eat here!
Posted by ZenFoodster on 07/06/2007
If you're even the vicinity of C-town, you must take this TO GO (my mom does for her catered mah-jong parties)--the BBQ Pork & other faves, Duck & Soy sauce chicken, or a combo of the 3 on rice! Like most typical & authentic H.K. fastfood cafeterias, the service as well as the surroundings are just as rude. I give 5 STARS alone for the best BBQ Pork in C-town.
Posted by krisnyc on 02/07/2007
It serves the best wonton noodle soup in Manhattan and the rest of NYC. Other dishes to try include roast pork and chicken (any type) rice platter. It's fast, cheap, great food. The service is ok. Do not come here looking for fancy settings. It's more of an eat and go atmosphere. I go there all the time and have not gotten tired of it.
Posted by justeats on 12/26/2006
duck congee was delicious. had decent amount of duck meat. noodle dish with pickled cabbage was real good too. recommend.