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Posted by anonymous on 04/22/2013
This place was full last night. The service was prompt and the food terrific. Highly recommend!
Posted by holly on 03/30/2013
Happy to have made this find in neighborhood! Definitely best Chinese take-out we have had for years. Delicate, surprising, fresh and not gloppy or sweet. Delivery was fast and, though a bit more expensive, is worth it.
Posted by Steven on 03/13/2013
I absolutely love Legend Upper West. The food is awesome and authentic, the service is prompt, and you definitely get a lot of bang for your buck. I just wish more people knew about knew about it!
Posted by NGinNYC on 03/10/2013
We just ordered in from Legend again, hoping the third time would be the charm. Not so. The best I can say is that the food came relatively fast. But the beef with string beans was very bland, another dish (chicken with chestnuts) tasted very odd and unplesant--and was all brown, with no veggies--and the sesame noodles were blah. Much as I've been rooting for this place, and for it to be our new go-to (or take-out) local Chinese restaurant, I'm afraid it's off the list. I'll stick to to other places if I want good Asian food.
Posted by Maya on 02/22/2013
So gooD, especially chongching chicken!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/20/2013
The spicy noodles were a little heavy on the soy sauce but the pea shoots and kung pao tofu were fantastic. I look forward to eating there again.
Posted by RAS on 12/21/2012
Thank you Legend for opening an uptown outpost close to home. The downtown branch has a well-earned reputation for the authenticity of its dishes and its uptown offspring follows suit. First serious Sichuan food in these parts for decades. Haven't eaten in the restaurant yet -- seems a bit too bright -- but the delivery has been terrific. Highly recommended: the crispy prawns w/ aromatic pepper salt, Chonqqing diced chicken w. chili peppercorn, dry spicy tasty chicken, spicy cellophane noodle w/ minced pork (aka ants on trees), shrimp wontons, dry sauteed string beans. And a small touch: they punch a hole in the tops of delivery containers of fried dishes to keep it from steaming en route. Thoughtful.