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  • Chinese
  • 174 Lexington Ave, New York NY10016 40.744396 -73.981477
  • (Btwn 30th & 31st St)
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  • (212) 689-1025
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User Ratings (Based on 18 reviews)

3.105
Food 3.1 Value 3.6
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 2.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 689-1025
voice
(212) 689-1026
Notes:
Visa, MC
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11am-11pm Sat-Sun: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by anonymous on 03/23/2013

    Great for pick-up

    We live nearby and order food for takeout fairly often. Food is always ready within 15 minutes, and the quality is good. We like the orange chicken, shredded pork with string beans and the beef chow fun.

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by Ben on 01/22/2013

    Not recommended

    I ordered lunch with a couple of co-worker. I ordered steamed chix w mixed veg (more money for steamed items healthy) & they ordered some shrimp item with rice. When they took the top off the container, they noticed black oily soot on the vegetables. The soot had blackened the side of the container. When they called they were told it was the brown sauce! It was not sauce or brown. Maybe it was burned sauce residue but it had no place on the food. One co-worker asked for another order (return the item received). I thought my order was steamed so I would not be affected but I also found it on the vegetables. First I threw out a few pieces thinking not a big deal but half way thru my meal I saw more of this black oily soot on the food, so I threw the rest away. With so many choices in NYC, I will not order again.

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/12/2012

    You're All Wrong

    The place is prompt and delicious. Good, stay away. More for me

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by the prof on 11/03/2011

    Poor doesn't describe it

    Really poor food. Last time we will ever order from here. Sesame chicken was in thick, mud like sauce and had gristle and fat on it. Moo shu chicken was supposed to have very little sauce but was drowned in a pint of tasteless liquid. Poor quality, poor value and there has to be better places that listens to you when you place an order.

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by Ramya Pokala on 12/21/2010

    Not recommended

    It's 9:15 pm and I'm starving. I decide on chow mein and this place pops up on my campusfood.com account. I get my food at 10:45. I was exhausted and just wanted to go to bed, but I couldn't because I was waiting for the food. Then the guy that comes to deliver yells at me on the phone to come downstairs to meet him. Once I get there, he complains about me ordering because the restaurant was too far away, when it was clearly in the range of delivery that was stated. On top of that, the chow mein noodles, were just crackers and the meat was undercooked. Needless to say, he did not get tipped very heavily.

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by Me2010 on 07/02/2010

    Not recommended

    I only got an eggroll to go but based on that experience I will never go back. I should have known better when it took the guy about 45 seconds to walk to the back and get the eggroll meaning it was definitely pre-cooked. Soggy, flavorless, and not hot. Will never go back and suggest no one else does either.

  • Hong Kong Noodle ll

    Posted by anonymous on 12/20/2009

    Best take out in Murray Hill

    I have ordered from so many places whether Chinese or not in Murray Hill and I have to say, this is the best value for money. I have been ordering for over 10 years now. If you go there, there is absolutely not ambience if you're going there w/friends. However, take out is great. They are always within 20 minutes of delivering food to me. The portions are good, it is rare that I am disappointed. I do stick to my favorites because they are tried and true---- beef with eggplant and lemon chicken. I do order the eggplant with less sugar and sauce because most Chinese restaurants douse the food with brown sauce. The dumplings (meat) wrappers are a bit too doughy though. Better to order it fried than steamed.

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