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Posted by bobby on 11/23/2005
This is the best chicken cracklin you will ever have. Atmosphere is not brilliant but more family style dining. This place is about good food not pretentious decor. so if you're in for eating this is the hidden treasure.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/02/2005
Good food and all, but terrible fried rice. If you like chicken, pork, or beef dishes, you're fine.
Posted by Lockheed on 01/08/2005
Great Food at Great Price! Seriously, delicious, and RECESSION proof! I dare say Depression Proof Prices! The people who come in here do NOT look like NewYorkers, let alone UpperWestSiders... they remind me of Pawtucket, Rhode Island people...
Posted by DeeMack on 10/20/2004
If you're looking for good Chinese food and Spanish food you're in the right place. Everything I ever ordered off the Menu was Delicious. Take it from somebody who dont eat anywhere and anything. The "Food is Fantastic". Do yourself a favor order a plate of the boneless crackling chicken it is the best, and tell Mike that "DMack" sent you. He may pad the bill a little. Enjoy.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2004
Me & my boyfriend go to Dinastia about once a month. I usually order the Chicken Chunks which are crispy on the outside and very moist chicken breast on the inside. Their Vegetable fried rice is also amazing!! The place is always busy when we go, and everyone knows "Mike" who works there. Great place to eat.
Posted by ChcknLovr on 03/27/2004
I go to this place every week on my lunch break, so you could say I know it well. If you're looking for a romantic night out, stay far away. But if synthetic drop ceiling and tacky mirrors don't turn you off and you're hungry, you're in the right place. The famous dish is the cracklin' chicken. Its fried chicken that isn't greasy...strange but true. It comes with sweet plaintains prepared latin style and rice or beans. And despite the sometimes slow service and tacky interior, the food is piled high on the plate, the sides are generous, and everything is actually pretty darn good. Now its now gourmet cuisine, its hood food. Its not really that cheap either, with a bill of about $10 for the average single person's entree. But if you like good downhome chicken, and want to get stuffed, drop in, take a seat in the fake leather booths, and chow the hell down. You'll be glad you did.