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MEE Noodle Shop
Posted by Anonymous on 02/10/2006
Great, fast and reliable take-out/delivery. Food is tasty and plentiful. Wide range of menu items...haven't been able to get to try everything yet - there's definitely some that aren't so good, but the majority are great.
Posted by Karen on 12/18/2005
the food comes out as it's made. If you want to eat at the same time as the people you're with, that's just a heads up. I love the dumplings and noodles. I go here all the time. It's sooo cheap too.
Posted by Mr. and Mrs. Rodriguez on 11/21/2005
We have ordered from almost every chinese delivery in the area, yet somehow MEE had escaped us. Well thankfully the search has ended for the best place to order from over and over again. The noodles (chow fun) with roast pork is good; tastes like barbecue. The chicken and shimp in spicy sauce is really good too.
Posted by Mr and Mrs Rodriguez on 11/16/2005
We ordered delivery from Mee and were surprised how tasty it was. It was not like other quick fix Chinese restaurants where the food is greasy and too saucy. This seemed well prepared. We ordered the noodles w/ roast pork which taste like barbecue and also the chicken and (large) shrimp in chili sauce. Both where pretty darn good.
Posted by sharna on 10/26/2005
My co-worker took me there and I went back the next day and the day after that. I even took other people there. There are way more dishes to select from than at any ordinary chinese restaurant.
Posted by Native NY on 10/07/2005
Some of the best and most authentic chinese in the city. This is not high end food, just straight forward chinese made the way it should be. It falls short of dim sum in hong kong, or even the best in china town, however in hells kithcen nothing else comes close.
Posted by Neena on 09/19/2005
This place always looks great when you walk by; you can see the staff making homemade noodles and dumplings in the window. Maybe my mistake was not ordering the dumplings. The wonton soup was mediocre (noodles were so soft, some of the wontons were in pieces before we ate them). The crunchy noodles that came with the soup were stale, and my moo shu pork was a flavorless let-down.