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Posted by Will on 01/15/2013
China Sea, is by far the best quality and best Chinese food in the neighborhood, but I HATE having to call and talking to the woman that answers the phone, she is rude. So because of that I tried a few others around and though they are nicer, the food wasn't near the quality as China Sea... SO, I guess i have to suck it up and deal.
Posted by Inwood123 on 11/13/2012
By far the best delivery chinese food in this neighborhood. Great crispy vegetables. If I want "bad for me" food the General Tsao Chicken is great! I often get steamed veggies and brown rice which is also great. Good prices too.
Posted by ANONYMOUS on 10/02/2012
Don't order delivery from them. It takes over an hour to go 6 blocks, then they can't find your address on BROADWAY. Poor customer service.
Posted by Jennifer on 03/26/2011
I moved from the BX to Inwood last year, and tried another restaurant first. Huge mistake, the chicken was scary looking. This however was awesome! I ordered the Egg drop soup, very filling. You weren't kidding about the Steamed pork dumplings & the sauce, plus they give you a ton. The egg rolls were average, but hit the spot... Good timing, except they only take cash only flaw, but there's a Chase 2 blocks away, so all good. All under $10, will defiantly be ordering again. :)
Posted by Danielle on 03/22/2011
So I don't like a lot of NY chinese food - this place is the best I've had in new york period. The dumplings are BEYOND amazing - if you are on the fence - get them. Make sure to have cash and the delivery comes super fast. Highly recommended!
Posted by Davy Crockett on 01/03/2011
This is the only Chinese hole-in-the-wall style restaurant in Inwood where I can actually enjoy the food. The staff is friendly, the English-speaking woman who works the counter and phones is great, and the deliveries are so fast you wonder how it's humanly possible, taking between five and ten minutes, and I don't live that close. The food is quite good for this type of place (the similar joints around Inwood are unspeakable horrors--I look forward to their posted letter grades) and despite several such places in the immediate vicinity, it's actually the only game in the neighborhood. I hate the styrofoam containers, too, but the food does definitely arrive hot in the depths of winter, for whatever that's worth. The chicken with mixed vegetables lunch special over pork fried rice, for an example, is $5.50 as I write this, and a good and presumably nutritious deal. The place itself also has a couple of tables if you stop by instead. I've eaten there both ways a number of times but mainly order from there whenever I'm sick and can't or won't cook.