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Posted by Mike on 01/08/2015
unreliable delivery and mediocre food these days
Posted by Anon on 01/24/2013
Is it the best Chinese food in the world? Not by a long shot but Charley Mom is my go-to delivery for their stellar lunch special at least once a week. The food is above average and the portions are plentiful. I like the Sa-cha chicken and it comes with rice and soup and is $6.50. Can not beat that. I also often get the shrimp steamed dumplings which are delicious. The best thing about Charley Mom is the friendly staff and even the delivery guy is super friendly and boy are they quick. Strictly delivery only...no real seating in the restaurant. Loyal customer here.
Posted by anonymous on 12/27/2011
The dishes are very good! It's a pity the rice is of such poor quality.
Posted by John on 12/14/2011
Delicious food, especially the spicy beef and brocolli
Posted by D.J on 06/26/2011
Not a bad-place, food is good service is great
Posted by #based on 04/02/2011
As some of the previous posters mentioned, you definitely don't want to actually eat here. delivery and takeout is prompt and courteous. the food tends to be a bit on the saucy side, but it's good for what it is. the price/value ratio is acceptable too! recommended dishes: stuffed eggplant with shrimp hot and sour soup grilled fish ball skewer pork with mushroom caps in oyster sauce beef with mushroom and bamboo shoot tofu, cellophane noodles & vegetables chinese spaghetti with brown meat sauce egg foo young
Posted by Alpha Lima Echo Charlie on 10/08/2010
It's not my usual place to celebrate Chinese Food Fridays, but I've had to cope with my haunt being closed. So, the food is good, and when my order was less than 10 dollars, they weren't sweating me to order something else. Handful of duck sauce packets? Not a problem. You can also tell that they've put effort into learning English and are above the conversational level, which is a small thing, but rare to run into in the world of chinese food where I spend most of my Fridays.