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Joe's Shanghai

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  • Chinese
  • 24 W 56th St, New York NY10019 40.762676 -73.975973
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 333-3868
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User Ratings (Based on 33 reviews)

2.845
Food 3.1 Value 2.6
Service 2.5 Atmosphere 2.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 333-3868
voice
(212) 333-3877
Fax:
fax
(212) 397-1107
Website:
www.joeshanghairestaurants.com
Place Order:
Order From Joe's Shanghai for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Corporate Accounts Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-3pm Dinner Mon-Fri: 5:30pm-10:30pm Sat: 12pm-10:30pm Sun: 1pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Group Dining, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
12.00

User Reviews

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/11/2008

    Beyond Rude

    Let me say right off the top that I love the Joe’s down in Chinatown and will continue to go there for my soup dumpling needs. This location? They can keep it. When we sat down at the table and asked for a minute to look at the menu, my friend noticed that the waiter CLEARLY had an attitude but I just let it go. Then I placed an order for dumplings and he began to walk away as if there weren’t two other people at the table who wanted something else to eat and I had to call him back over and he seemed annoyed by this! He never asked if we wanted anything to drink and never even brought us a complimentary pot of tea. My friends got their dishes that they ordered but where were my dumplings and ginger ale? Shanghai, perhaps, because 45 minutes later I had neither although people who had arrived well after we did got their dumplings and whatever else they ordered in a timely fashion. When we complained to the manager, he offered the most INSINCERE apology and the waiter had the AUDACITY to expect a tip. I don’t want to even play this card but everyone else who received proper service were either Caucasian or Asian and a friend who is Asian said that her friends of her family who owned restaurants would complain that Black people and European tourists were lousy tippers and therefore they gave them inferior service. I’m sorry if my people have a reputation for being cheap tippers but I’m not one of them and I think 45 minutes, an insincere apology and no dumplings is unacceptable (no matter what color you are).

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by myu on 05/22/2008

    Rude Mr. Telephone

    I called in to ask whether they would deliver to my uptown address and the man on the line was extremely rude and snappy. It's too bad there aren't enough places that make xiao long bao - I'm forced to satisfy my craving at Joe's.

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by M. Kyle on 01/09/2008

    Overpriced and Terrible

    A couple of co-workers and I decided to try a new Chinese food restaurant for take out. We tried Joe's since it was rated rather highly in a certain magazine. The food was terrible, as the chicken tasted like greasy rubber. In addition ,this place is about 30[%] more expensive than any run of the mill Chinese food restaurant and the portions are rather small (which is a good thing considering the food). The losing combination of WAY overpriced food and woeful quality make Joe's one of the worst places to eat in the area. Avoid this restaurant.

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by hungry appetite on 11/29/2007

    Poor value compared 2 sister restaurants

    The Flushing & Chinatown Joe's are much cheaper, more food, and tastes fresher. Fewer soup dumplings come in an order in this midtown location compared to the other locations, and service there is not that good.

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by Ella on 10/17/2006

    Excellent place for lunch!

    Their crab soup dumplings are just delicious. bubbling with flavor. Its so good. I also really like their hot and sour soup. They jazz it up and have shrimp in it. The atmosphere is great for a group lunch. The table gets a cute pot of tea, just like you would in Chinatown. It has two levels. I like sitting upstairs by the window for the view of the street.

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by desol81 on 10/21/2005

    Disappointing

    I am a big fan of Joe's on Pell Street, but we were going to a show and my friend suggested going here. The menu is very limited here (the one on Pell is enormous). The food is just OK, nothing special. It's also fairly expensive for what you get here.

  • Joe's Shanghai

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2005

    Overpriced

    I am a big fan of Joe's Shanghai in Chinatown. But I could not enjoy my food at this location because of the prices are sky high! You get 8 dumplings in Chinatown for $6.95, while you get 6 dumplings for $8.95 here. A dish that costs $16.50 downtown costs $25.00 here. Poor value...

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