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Posted by Chelsee on 12/18/2012
Ate here twice and that's enough. Food is forgettable, kind of bland or not hitting the right note and it's greasy. Even the fried rice was unimpressive. If this is the only Chinese in the hood, I'll live without Chinese. Mediocre at best.
Posted by CuisineCrazy on 08/20/2012
I once had lunch here, one of those prix- fixe Chinese lunches that are offered all over town. I wasn't very impressed. BUT I came back a few months ago for dinner and was really blown away. I have since returned for dinner about three or four times. The prices are higher than its Ninth Avenue distant relative, but well worth it. Creative cuisine, excellent, fresh ingredients, a welcoming and attentive staff- I don't know why it's been under the radar- Check it out- It's the best Chinese in Chelsea!
Posted by Pat on 03/15/2012
The General Tso's is all white meat chicken and the rice is delicious. The Wonton soup is tasty with small delicate wontons. Give this place a try.
Posted by OMG CHINESE HEAVEN!!! on 02/08/2012
Title says it all, best chinese in chelsea, best prices, friendliest staff, food is amazing!! Delivery is in a snap! Try the Lo-mein, fried rice, Plus best spring roll in NYC! I'm luv'n it.
Posted by hfoxchelsea on 12/14/2011
I have been looking for a Sichuan restaurant in the neighborhood and this place is solid. Wonderful mapo tofu, that understands that peas and carrots aren't involved in such a dish. My boyfriend ordered garlic chicken that was wonderful also. Delivery is always so fast also and order is always correct. Never eaten in but its my go-to neighborhood restaurant and I have never been disappointed.
Posted by Sly on 11/28/2011
Very disappointing food/atmosphere. Typical of 8th Avenue to take a grand old standup Chinese restaurant (Joy Grill), and turn it into a disco looking room, with marginal Chinese at best. All we want is good food at decent prices, not foo foo atmosphere and food. Will never go back. Go to the Cottage at Union Square.
Posted by NYer on 09/11/2011
While the dining room is very attractive and gave us high hopes, the food really didn't deliver. Chicken with string beans was unappetizing, the chicken was cut into unattractive long, thin tubes the size of the string beans. Most dishes were greasy. Fred rice was typical, I've had better. No egg rolls, just spring rolls which were OK. Food doesn't match the lovely seating.