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Posted by Anonymous on 06/07/2013
The noodle soup here is great! I've had some of the other dishes here and never been particularly impressed, but the soup is amazing. The noodles come separate to keep them from getting overly cooked in the broth. The Broth is fragrant and delicious. Not a greasy Chinese joint, it's fresh! The chicken with star anise and cinnamon is my favorite!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/19/2013
This food is amazing. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Delivery can take 45 minutes - an hour so we prefer picking up, but it's worth it.
Posted by Rrrrr on 11/26/2012
Possibly I expected too much. I was underwhelmed and found the soup bland and the noodles lame. I guess I just had too high of expectations. I likely won't be back. I'd rather a cheap eat. I really wanted it to be delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/24/2012
Yummy hand pulled noodles, pork buns to die for, great sweet saucy wontons; and all the dishes are fresh (organic meats); and delicious.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/09/2012
Finally tried it a few weeks ago and it was really good. It's a cute spot and the food is fresh and tasty. I got the short rib with egg noodles and it was really flavorful. They have this great hot sauce to go with it. I definitely recommend it, the service was nice and friendly which is always a plus around here:)
Posted by BK's Finest on 03/07/2012
I've been twice and will continue to go back. The food is a bit on the pricey side for what it is, but in truth I don't mind paying an extra three bucks for quality. It has Six Point on tap, which I thought was a nice touch. Also, it is one of those order at the counter, they give you a number, and someone runs the food out to your table type of places - which I think is efficient. And it still feels like a restaurant. In summary, best noodle soup in Williamsburg.
Posted by No Wok For You on 02/06/2012
Apparently their delivery guys think that crossing underneath the BQE on their bicycles is too dangerous. Sounds like a crock to me.