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  • Chinese
  • 59 Nassau St, New York NY10038 40.709234 -74.00872
  • (Btwn John St & Maiden Ln)
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  • (212) 732-9250
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User Ratings (Based on 19 reviews)

Food 3.4 Value 3.5
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 732-9250
(212) 732-9251
(212) 732-9415
Place Order:
Order From China 59 for delivery & takeout
Free Delivery Take-Out Visa, MC, AmEx
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-9:30pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Lunch, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Take Out

User Reviews

  • China 59

    Posted by Joe on 09/12/2014

    vegetarians beware!

    They have no regard for vegetarians. Insisted the chicken they slipped me was tofu. And there was tofu in the dish to compare too. Vegetarians, Do not eat there!

  • China 59

    Posted by Mona G on 07/24/2014

    Lemon Chicken is abundant

    The lemon chicken is my favorite take out. It is in the $11 range, which is quite reasonable in NYC. Friendly neighborhood restaurant. Enjoy!

  • China 59

    Posted by Johnny Addie Jr. on 12/07/2012

    Great food.

    I have been going here for years ( since they opened ) and have never had a bad meal.... EVER ! Everything I have ever eaten here was delicious. I have never had a bad meal here.

  • China 59

    Posted by anonymous on 12/07/2011

    Not recommended

    Placed a take out order. Pork Fried Rice was dry with tiny pieces of brown colored pork that looked a week old. Shrimp and Broccoli also had several other vegetables that they failed to mention when ordering. Broccoli was limp as with the other items in this order, was not fresh showing signs of discoloration. The Shrimp Chow Fun was tasteless and displayed other items/vegs that were not fresh. I must assume that when eating at the resturant, you are given fresh food otherwise everyone would walk out.

  • China 59

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/04/2010

    Quiet and Delicious

    We went for dinner on a Friday night and it wasn't very busy, so we were able to enjoy ourselves a little more. The waitress was very nice and helpful. We were also surprised by the range of meals available. You can easily spend less than ten dollars and still get a great meal or you could spend more and get some more unordinary foods that are really good. There is also a bar if you just want to hang out with your friends

  • China 59

    Posted by Sam on 12/03/2009

    Best Sushi deals in the financial district

    $3-$4/rolls is a steal for sushi in the city. The food portions are also pretty big and can be shared by 2 people. they have a really big selection of chinese/japanese dishes. I highly recommend bc of the prices.

  • China 59

    Posted by JK on 10/31/2009

    Not for eating in!

    If you work in the Financial District, Hana is the best Chinese delivery food. The general tso's is crispy, all white meat, and no they don't have a 5 dollar lunch menu that you usually expect from Chinese fast food. Last nite, I decided to have dinner there. Big mistake. It's in the basement and doesn't look too bad at first sight. It was a bad sign that we were the only customers. But service is typical Chinese, the waitress is not exactly forthcoming or helpful, and I had to flag the waitress down for water the entire meal. (I did have 3 glasses of water, the food was a bit salty) Basically, once you order, she's done with you. I'm normally a 20~25% tipper in the evening, but I barely gave her 20%. (and only that becuz we'd been sitting there for a couple of hours) I had half of my meal to go, and one of the reasons I love them is because when you order delivery they compartmentalize the food in a nice plastic container with separate partitions for rice, meat, eggroll. However, the waitress just threw my leftovers (rice, meat, pepper oil) all together in a hamburger container (you know those styrofoam containers) and in a plastic bag. 5 minutes walking the sauce leaked out, and stunk up the subway ride. I got home, it's a mess, and the plastic bag (thank god it didn't have a hole) was just full of gunky sauce, and the some chunks of rice, meat, and oil had slipped out from the container. (since those things don't really close, just has a slot that you slip the tab in to close it) I would have to say, given that it is the most decent chinese in the financial district that I have yet to find, I will continue ordering during lunch time but will never go back there to eat. There's no excuse for poor service on a 6 pm Friday night when the entire place is empty except for two customers.

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