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Land of Plenty
Posted by Daniel C on 11/28/2014
I told the waiter 3 times I had a serious peanut allergy, yet he still kept bringing food to our table with peanuts. I will never eat at this restaurant again. If they want to be sued, they should keep this behavior up. Maybe they will kill someone, and then they might, just might, understand. Unbelievable.
Posted by Liang-ze on 05/16/2014
I have only been here twice but can not wait to return. The food is authentic. Ambience and decor are excellent unlike many Chinese restaurant in the city unless you choose to go to those really expensive ones to entertain your in-laws from out of town. If you are looking for a cheap Chinese eats, this is not your place. Otherwise you will enjoy this [;ace.
Posted by Pete Who Likes to Eat on 09/26/2012
I often come here for lunch as it's just a block from my office. The food is fresh, flavorful and lightly cooked. The Szechuan peppers (those mouth-numbing little balls that are completely unlike chilis) are fantastic. Next trip though, I will insist that the chef use them more sparingly and not upend the pepper jar. In expensive, friendly, and elegantly decorated. It's a new standard in Chinese restaurants for me.
Posted by anon on 09/21/2012
This was my first evening visit and the food, service and atmosphere were perfect.
Posted by Claire L. on 05/18/2012
Went here for lunch as I work near the area. We waited 30 mins until the food arrived. When I asked the management why it was taking so long, he had an impolite reply, and said what can he do about it. Exceptionally poor service and food was not good. Will not be returning.
Posted by LMN on 03/09/2012
Ive had both Sichuan and Cantonese dishes from this restaurant and have enjoyed both. If your tastes draw you towards mouth burning sensations then by all means please order something in the ways of Sichuan favorites. If you arent prepared to have your tongue go numb from the flower peppers then please enjoy Cantonese food. Either way its a good stop before or after Bloomies or before the Queensboro Bridge.
Posted by Dave on 02/15/2012
Not just one of my favorite chinese restaurants, but one of my favorite restaurants period. Food is consistently very good. Whether it has been fish, pork, or fried rice, every dish I have tried here so far has been delicious. Be sure to try the string beans.