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MEE Noodle Shop
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.
Posted by Craiger on 05/13/2005
Huge selection of interesting specialty soups and noodle dishes. For standard Chinese fare it's still a cut above. Delivery is faster than most. Most of the folks I work with have switched to Mee's from their previous favorites. The interior is much nicer than the usual take-out place but still below the average restaurant, but the prices are reasonable. Give it a shot.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2005
I was disappointed in the food here, esp. after seeing the other reviews. My husband's chicken with garlic sauce was good.
Posted by Mr. MonkeyPants on 01/10/2005
The food is decent with no frills and is a good value. Best to do take-out or delivery as the place is tiny and the servers are generally cranky and often give incorrect info to questions.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/23/2004
I love this place. I either call for delivery or sit-in. Service is quick and fast. Food is superb quality with large portions. Definitely worth every penny.
Posted by Barry on 11/11/2004
If you are looking for a great taste in chinese food and don't want to pay mid-town price for it, this is the place to go. They offere huge portion of food for prices you would not believe that you are actually buying food from midtown. Whoever said if you want cheap food, go to chinatown?