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Cafe Evergreen

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  • Chinese, Dim Sum
  • 1367 1st Ave, New York NY10021 40.768892 -73.955457
  • (Btwn 73rd & 74th St)
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  • (917) 722-3651
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User Ratings (Based on 51 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 3.1
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

(917) 722-3651
Place Order:
Order From Cafe Evergreen for delivery & takeout
Catering Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc Dim Sum Brunch Sat-Sun: 11:30am-3:30pm
Daily: 11:30am-10:30pm
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Good for Groups, Kid Friendly, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2007

    Been loving it for years!

    This place is great. Since it opened 10 (or so) years ago, I've been coming here for great Chinese food. Everybody in my family agrees it's top notch and can't be beat. True, it's a bit on the pricey side but, with this quality of food, it's totally worth it. Their baby shrimp rolls are particularly tasty. I give this place as many thumbs up as possible. Eat here now!

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by Chuck D on 09/27/2007

    Not Bad

    Since moving to the UES I've tried a couple of Chinese places and this place is far better than China Fun or Asia Grill. I don't order anything too out of the ordinary stuff so for me this place was the best I've has so far. Got the sesame chicken and fried rice which were both very good. Actually, come to think of it, the sesame chicken was the best I 've has in a while.

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/13/2007

    Not authentic, No talent

    For those of you who know what Ma-Po tofu is, this place should win an award on 'Worst' Ma-Po tofu. So dissapointing that I will not try any other dishes.

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by knowingly on 08/28/2007


    Those who rave about this place like Americanized Chinese food. This place is not authentic at all. If you like Hunan beef, shrimp and broccoli, that kind of things, you will be alright. But if you want the real things, you will be disappointed.

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by Grace on 06/03/2007


    I'm not sure why all of these reviews are so good, maybe I haven't been ordering the right food. I've gotten delivery from Evergreen a few times, and I have never been impressed. The food is bland and tasteless, so much so that my friends and I went to the store and bought sauce to put over our food. That's a little sad. I've basicly given up trying to find good Chinese on the UES.

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by picky1 on 04/26/2007

    Best Chinese Upper East

    Fresh ingredients,The best eggrolls, great menu, nice atmosphere are just a few of the reasons to dine here. Yes, it is a little more expensive then some of the other chinese restaurants in the area,but it is well worth it for the quality of the food. If you are looking to order in, the food comes in 10 minutes. I am always amazed that they can cook it that fast. Also, the people who work in the front are the nicest people of any restaurant in the area. I assume they own the place. They treat you so nice weather you are ordering one dish to go or are eating in. I can't wait to go with a big group so i could sample more of the food and also can't wait to check out the dim sum brunch.

  • Cafe Evergreen

    Posted by Oddree on 07/22/2006

    I'm too lazy to go to Chinatown

    I am convinced that no one has ever actually dined in a Chinese restaurant. My reasoning is based on the fact that Chinese food is usually just what a group orders when they can't agree on anything else: Moo Shoo something, dumplings, fried rice, egg/spring/vegetable rolls and a dish that is obscenely soaked in sugar and sesame seeds. In other words, rather than please one group, just sate everyone with fried, unidentifiable food(?). Evergreen is the perfect rebuttal to my argument. The food is of good quality. The selection goes beyond pork/beef/shrimp fried whatever. While pricing might be a little higher than normal, let's face it - you live on the UES; nothing here is "normal." Order from Evergreen and enjoy. You won't drop on your knees and praise them... but you won't have to entertain the notion of venturing into another neighborhood (lord forbid!) for food, either. Plainly and simply, good Chinese food.

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