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Posted by wong san ying on 09/15/2010
I have been eating at Noodletown many years...yes, is crowded and oftentimes hurried...but the food is superb, and at a great price...thankfully, the grouchy older woman at the counter seems to have retired
Posted by Adam Langdon on 08/26/2010
The first time I went to this restaurant it was amazing, I was in a huge group and we had great soups, chow fun and salt and pepper squid (a dish I have been looking for since Sun Lok Kee closed). Another time I brought a friend from out of state for his first chinatown experience and again it was great (the chinese broccoli with oyster sauce is a must try). However, I was hankering some chinatown after being outside of NYC for a while and went to GNYNT, and it took them about 20 minutes to give me chopsticks, my food came and I had to ask three different waiters, it was in the middle of a busy afternoon but still I felt invisible. It is a must for quick bites and it is quite cheap.
Posted by Vinnie & Cynthia on 02/16/2010
Love the food and the authentic no frills atmosphere.
Posted by desol81 on 01/20/2010
With a million options for my foodie crew, and thousands of new venues opening every day, whenever there's a doubt, we always end up at Noodletown. It never disappoints. At the dinner rush, it's packed and cramped, but you can get seated quickly enough. The food is fresh and extremely well prepared. When it gets really packed, I order takeout, which is a good option. Get the salt and pepper jumbo shrimp. You won't regret it.
Posted by Fred Asher on 10/11/2009
Great NY Noodletown has been my favorite Chinese restaurant for years. I recommend the roast pork, roast duck or baby pig. All of the salt-baked seafood items are delicious. The pan-fried noodles are a must have too. These are served withvegetables and your choice of meat or seafood. I recommend the salt baked fish and vegetable. They are open late (3-4 AM) which makes them conveneient for those late night hungers.
Posted by Beth on 08/16/2009
This is one of my favorite places in NYC. I recommend, as have others, the shrimp dumpling soup, the flowering chives, the ginger scallion lo mein (not your regular lo mein - very light and fresh), salt-baked anything, especially crab or calamari, and the roast duck on rice.
Posted by anonymous on 08/10/2009
This food was absolutely delicious! I went here on a hot day in the mid afternoon, so luckily the place was pretty empty. We ordered the soup with shrimp dumplings and noodles which was so great and totally worth it, even though it was hot out. The shrimp was so tender and fresh, the broth was perfectly salty, and the noodles were a delicious addition. Next we had the duck and pork over rice which was incredibly tasty. The duck was tender and succulent and the roast pork was perfectly prepared. Then we shared the panfried noodles with chicken and black bean sauce which was very tasty and the shrimps with flowering chives which was also delicious. Everything looked so good, and all of our food came out fast, and tasted fresh and full of flavor. I am dreaming of it just thinking about it! And it ended up only being $10 per person! I would definitely recommend this place for good basic chinese.