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Posted by Anonymous on 03/31/2013
Food was ok, nothing surprisingly good. Was going to pay 18% tip because we were the only customer there, but surprised that without notice, my bill charged 18% service charge. No reason to go back again.
Posted by Jessica on 11/09/2012
I ordered the Basil Chicken and the vegetables were really soft! They did not have a firm texture which made me think that the meal was pre-made only to sit within a pot or under a red lamp until ordered. The chicken was not "real" chicken and was soft with no texture at all. It was probably frozen....processed chicken. When I walked in the lady that greeted me seemed to be having a bad day and did not greet with a smile. However the other waitress was nice and I wish I had her. The hot and sour soup as luke warm and while eating on occasion I would smell something burning from the kitchen. The flavors were Great and the white rice. I probably will not go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/07/2012
I have gotten take out more than once from this place and each time, hot dishes have been cold and delivery takes an extremely long time. Not a good value.
Posted by E&T on 12/10/2011
We weren't sure what to expect with few people in the restaurant, but the food was great, staff was attentive, and prices were very reasonable. We asked for Ma Po Tofu spicy and BANG! Singapore Mei Fun had lots of shrimp, egg and sliced pork. Beer, wine and sake only. We're picky and we'll definitely go back.
Posted by Johnny on 09/12/2011
This place has a lot of different type of food. I really enjoy the spicy stuff like the chengdu and szechuan foods. The sushi and noodles are also good as well. What I like most about this place is that you get city quality food and the price is pretty cheap for manhattan. definitely recommended.
Posted by Paul N. on 04/28/2011
I learnt today that they now have Szechuan food in their menu. Like a lot of typical Asian restaurants it seems that they are trying to sell anything can sell from Malaysian food to Japanese Sushi, and now, Szechuan spicy food. The only difference is: They seem doing everything right. Their food quality is good and consistent. The Szechuan lunch special I had today is as good as the top Szechuan places I tried before. Their chef mush be very talented in being versatile. Highly recommended.
Posted by Crolla on 07/14/2010
Huge fan of this place. Diverse and plentiful lunch specials, and the fish is always fresh!