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Posted by Annie on 10/26/2012
Just finished eating sesame chicken lunch special and spring rolls from China Spice. It was delicious. Will order again.
Posted by anonymous on 09/28/2012
Charley Mom was closed today, so I gave this place a try. I tried them in the past (Before they were shut down) and wanted to see if they'd improved. The food just wasn't that good. The General Tso's chicken was over sauced, and the sauce wasn't even very good. Vegetables were overcooked and very soggy in the sauce. The egg roll was cooked nicely, but just didn't have a good flavor. I feel like you have to be a good restaurant to survive in NYC...and China Spice isn't cutting it (for me). I'll try them again next year....
Posted by Anonymous on 04/27/2012
The food here is good and the quality is fine. It can get a little expensive for dinner.
Posted by Jude on 03/23/2012
I don't understand all the bad reviews here. The food was very good! Best homemade toful I've ever had in a restaurant. The service was excellent. Love the owner, she is friendly and warm. The atmosphere is really well designed with table cloths. They are supposed to get their liquor license any day, so that was the only missing factor. Definitely try this place!
Posted by sandy on 05/16/2011
They should go back to the old restaurant's menu. Now the food is not very good-and, way too expensive.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2011
There's no excuse for these people to serve the worst chinese food I have ever tasted because it's not like it is cheap. I ordered two dishes and it came out to $35, when I could get much better chinese food for about $15. I definitely do NOT recommend this restaurant. Especially since they messed up my orders several times.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/09/2011
Food is just average but the restaurant fancies itself as being "upscale Chinese" - which they seem to think can be expressed by charging for tea! (unlike virtually every other Chinese restaurant in the city, including those with much better food/service/ambience, which invariably provide tea gratis as is traditional in Asian restaurants).