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  • Chinese, Japanese, Sushi, Dim Sum
  • 1650 3rd Ave, New York NY10128 40.7829221 -73.9510048
  • (Btwn 92nd & 93rd St)
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  • (212) 987-3500
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User Ratings (Based on 87 reviews)

3.475
Food 3.5 Value 3.7
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 987-3500
voice
(212) 517-2088
Fax:
fax
(212) 987-5914
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx (Min $10)
Hours:
Daily: 11:30am-11:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2014

    Take out - never again

    This is the last time I will ever order take out from here. Food was swimming in water in, over cooked and tasteless. I had to throw out 3/4 of inedible food. Although this was a favorite place for take out previously, I have had this happen three times in the last few months. Done

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by Bob on 07/31/2013

    Best Sushi Value in Town

    I have read many recent reviews which are not at all flattering, but cannot really understand why. We ate there last night after being away several months and found it still the best sushi value in town. The price for "all you can eat" sushi (a virtually unlimited sushi menu) is $27.95 per person, and it is fresh and delicious, with a terrific presentation!

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by Beth on 06/12/2013

    It used to be good, but no longer

    I have eaten take-out from here for over 15 years, usually once a week, sometimes more. Everything USED TO BE really tasty and consistently good quality. It was a Chinese Restaurant by which all others were compared for me. In the past maybe 2 years it is consistently BAD. The preparation of the recipes has changed and every dish without fail is now drowning in oil. The take-out containers are now plastic instead of cardboard, which is an ecological fail, and one only imagines this is due to the need to contain the lake of oil contained inside. They seem to cater more now to the heavy-drinking and boisterous post-collegiate crowd who want a place to gather in droves and drink cheaply and care little for food quality. Too bad - it was a nice neighborhood place, but both in atmosphere (though I don't mind that as I carry out) and mostly food quality it is a MAJOR FAIL.

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by Monique on 05/18/2013

    Anytime now...

    I've only had their sushi, which is great, when it actually arrives. I spent most of the night staring into space avoiding conversation because I was starving and tired of waiting. The food took like an hour to arrive, I kid you not. And we weren't the only ones unimpressed with their service. The couple next to us only received one plate and the next twenty minutes when the other plate arrived the person was already done eating and left to stare at their date eat. I would love to go again, if I regain the patience

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by Rachel M on 02/02/2013

    Pass

    I will never go back here. Having been here a few times before, I was accustomed to standard Chinese / Japanese fare and indifferent service, as well as a loud and crowded environment. Tonight, however, was a dramatic downward spiral into disaster. Our group had reserved the "party room," a dark, depressing closet by the bathrooms. Upon our arrival, we were told for the first time that we all had to order from the all-you-can-eat menu, information which had not been communicated when we reserved. Though management eventually compromised, our meals were brought in a haphazard manner over the course of literally an hour. If it hadn't been for the company, I would've gotten up and left sooner. When a full hour had elapsed with no plates in front of three of us (twelve had already just about finished their meals), I advised the staff to cancel my order. "It's almost ready," I was told. Naturally, we had been told this for half an hour. I canceled my order. In summary, my revised experience was just plain bad. They've lost my business. I highly recommend you take your business elsewhere.

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2013

    Not recommended for sushi

    We got sushi (about 6 rolls) and at the first bite my husband spit it out. He said it was the worst sushi he ever ate and it did not taste right. I tried to brave it and ate a few fishy pieces, Then, I bit into a piece that let's just say I knew was not right.

  • Chinatown East

    Posted by anonymous on 11/22/2012

    not good

    we ordered a few items, and none of them were good. the bbq spareribs were dry, no sticky/sweet sauce whatsoever, and the meat was tough...very disappointing. the rest was just blah. wouldn't order from here again.

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