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Mee Noodle Shop & Grill
Posted by Anonymous on 06/25/2007
Why go here when there are so many other Chinese restaurants down the block that offer better tasting food and better service? I'd been living in the neighborhood for several years and every time I either order or eat in the restaurant, the cashiers go out of their way completely ruin my dining experience. Why?! They're demeaning, rude, abrupt and act as if they're doing me a favor taking my money. It's so frustrating.
Posted by MING on 06/07/2007
I'm from China and today will be my last time getting food there. the food is ok, not too special. but the staff just managed to convince me that I was not liked there. to make them happy, i decided that i m not gonna go again. i dont understand why they were so angry. and this kind of anger could not possibly caused by me. i did not do anything but paying fo my food. anyway,very bad experience.
Posted by skyeBlue311 on 04/27/2007
Top quality food... maybe not, but that's why you would go to Chin Chin or Vong. When I come here I know exactly what I am going to get each time... consistent food... When I eat in the staff is friendly, but at times you may feel a bit rushed... When I pick up they are quick with the turn around time.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2007
Great food but very greasy.
Posted by Cathy on 01/05/2007
I love the food, but the restaurant is so small, unless you go on off hours, you will be very crowded. At lunchtime, I was afraid I was going to knock over someone's food just to get up from the table on my way out; that's how closely packed the tables are. I can't blame them, but it's uncomfortably tight. So I order for delivery to my office instead. There is a MEE on 30th and 2nd Ave. near my home where the restaurant itself is much nicer, but I usually just order for delivery instead. LOVE the food. My only complaint is that if you order Soy Sauce Chicken, which is pre-cooked but left out for the day, they use the microwave to heat it up, which dries out the chicken. It ends up tasting like paper except the skin. So I get duck in the soup instead, because it's harder to dry out duck with a microwave than chicken.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/29/2006
i lowered my expectations to match the prices and atmophere. i love my dive-y hole in the walls, but the food should taste good. ate here twice with my hubby. first time i had the noodles with pork and pickled cabbage - the pork was very gristley. he had chicken and broccoli, it was okay. we went back for dinner months later. ordered something like pork in garlic sauce (or the equiv). it was not good either. anyway, i'm the eternal optimist who loves low prices. everytime i walk by, i have to remind myself that it was not good. then again, there is very little good chinese in new york city. even chinatown is hit or miss. what's with the canned mushrooms??
Posted by anon on 07/19/2006
The food is ok, not the best, not the worst. fresh though.