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Posted by Roxanna J. Barnett on 05/25/2011
there was a large group of us from various parts of the U. S. We had a private room upstairs. Ordered a large variety of things plus wine etc. The service was exceptional as was the food!
Posted by A-non on 05/07/2011
Always great authentic shanghai food...order was messed up once but the food makes you feel great afterwards!
Posted by Anon on 12/02/2010
The food here was pretty good, though I've only ordered soupy dumplings and sauteed beans here so far. This location is more expensive than the Chinatown location but you can generally get a small dinner for one at $10. On the plus side, I've gotten better service here than in Chinatown.
Posted by Some Young Guy on 07/13/2010
Everything we ordered was much too salty - the wonton soup, the turnip cakes and the ginger scallion fish.
Posted by Happy Diners on 05/06/2010
...of anything other than the amazing soup dumplings! The rating above is only for the soup dumplings, and they do a wonderful job on both the pork and crab/pork versions. Yes, it's true Flushing is cheaper. However, on the single occasion we visited the branch in Flushing, the dumpling skin was thicker and hence not as good as the one in Midtown. If you have craving for fried rice, the branch in Flushing does a wonderful job. Enjoy! :)
Posted by clockwise on 12/20/2009
I went yesterday to Joe's Shanghai to eat the famous soup dumplings. It was very delicious but the service was not good. The waiter had an attiitude and behaved rudely. Overall, the food is quite a delicacy but the service there was disappointing, so I wouldn't bother going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/25/2009
The soup dumplings here are good but do not eat any chicken dish. Honestly, I questioned whether the chicken really was chicken or not. The chicken meat had no qualities of real chicken. Not sure how to describe it but it had a cartilage, hardish but at the same time bouncy texture and the person I was with also described it as a "cartilage-y" texture without my prompting so I guess that is a good description. Neither of us finished our meal because it was just too questionable.