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Posted by Anonymous on 06/26/2010
I've been going to Chef Ho's for many years, and I find that it is consistently the best Chinese I've had in NY. I especially like their dried hunan shredded beef which is very difficult to find at other Chinese restaurants.
Posted by Digusted! on 05/07/2010
I ordered takeout (on May 7th 2010) fried rice and it was burnt dark brown and tasteless for no reason. I also ordered BBQ ribs and they were burnt crusty and old looking once i took it out the bag - some meat was off the bone - like burned off - tortured like - I was so surprised at a restaurant in the 80s serving takeout like this - I should have known once it was ready within 5 minutes.
Posted by anonymous on 04/13/2010
terrible quality. barely any meat, mostly breading. amateur attempt. will not order again. threw most of it out.
Posted by passant on 02/28/2010
Ok another NYC story. Ordered from Chef Ho and they told us 1 hour for credit card orders. 45 minutes for cash. Huh?
Posted by Lisa G on 02/20/2010
If you go to this restaurant there are 2 things you must try. 1. The Peking Duck- they roll it up in a "pancake" with veggies n plum sauce. A half duck is a good portion for 2 people. 2. The Grand Marnier shrimp- I tried it once on a whim and I LOVE IT. A must have!
Posted by Cityduo on 11/29/2009
Many of the dishes here are very good. This is NOT Chinatown, but for a neighborhood place, there are some very good dishes. For example, chicken corn soup, Young Chow fried rice, Chicken Chow Mein, Lake Tung Ting Shrimp. If you want spareribs, eggrolls, dumplings or Shrimp 'n' lobster sauce go to Chinatown. Theirs are awful!But Moo Shu & Chef Ho's beef are both good, but beef 'n' broccoli is NOT! You can try other dishes and see if you like them. Don't expect miracles, but if you tell them how you want a particular dish, they do follow instructions. Also their Egg Foo Young is good. I order it with the sauce on the side. If you say "easy on the oil", or not too spicy you'll get what you ask for. As for them being the best this side of San Francisco, get a grip.............they are a reasonably good neighborhood Chinese.
Posted by anon on 11/03/2009
good overall, consistent no complaints