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Posted by Reartran Braussels on 04/20/2012
good reviews. good meals. this is to say this place is still straight-forward and steady and worth your appetite. i wish everyone involved all manner of prosperity and i bet a good many others do the same too.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/05/2012
The decor is no frills but the food is yummy! This is the place to go for great, fresh chinese food!
Posted by Sir Burpsalot on 10/17/2011
cheap and—gasp!—more than decent take-out "chinese" food. inside, of course, there're illuminated signs featuring pictures of food they sell and i don't know why anybody would opt for dine-in unless they were, for instance, a postal worker on lunch break, but the place is clean and busy and as friendly as one has any right to expect from a short-order cook staff. yep. they deserve your appetite.
Posted by Onray on 12/02/2010
I was shocked that a "cheapie chinese" joint could not match the cuisine of the finest restaurants in mainland China. That said, you kind of have to know what to order here. I recommend the Bean Curd Homestyle and the Shrimp with Broccoli. It's not haute cuisine, but a great value.
Posted by Ryan on 03/05/2010
Chinese, especially delivery, in terrible in Williamsburg. I wouldn't say this is on the level for mainland China but at least the food comes fresh, the fried rice is not leftover dirty white rice mixed with the kitchen sink and the Sweet and Sour chicken is crispy and good to go. The mushu was also great, delivery is fast. Definitely recommended.
Posted by gmoney on 12/28/2009
They have the best chinese food in Williamsburg. Comes piping hot and everything tastes really fresh. I never feel bloated and gross after the meal. Just satisfied!
Posted by notafan on 10/09/2009
I'm picky with Chinese food. This place doesn't suck but it is what it looks like. They are named Fortune Cookie Chinese Kitchen, and imagine my disappointment when I received no cookie or fortune.