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Posted by NuMystic on 05/17/2009
Service was OUTSTANDING for a chinese restaurant. Friendly and extraordinarily attentive even while the house was packed. Veg. Hot and Sour soup was an utter disappointment. Scallion pancakes and Sesame Noodles were very tasty but quite greasy.
Posted by anonymous on 04/22/2009
Had the hot & sour soup and the scallops with beef (lunch) dish. Food was steamy hot and tasted great! The portion was large with a double scoop of rice. Took half the dish home for dinner and again it was just as tasty as lunch. No MSG (thank you very much).
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2009
this place is great. the soup is amazing and every other dish I have tried has been wonderful. The service is a bit dizzying but always courteous and superfast!
Posted by fred quinn on 02/22/2009
The noodle soup with roast pork is unbeatable and the seaweed wrapped shrimp roll!
Posted by chinchin on 01/05/2009
Get the curry noodle soup. Maybe the steamed chinese sausage. The "standard" Americanized Chinese dishes aren't good here, but the soups are delicious and the noodles are usually quite good.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/17/2008
I ordered a noodle soup for delivery with some fried dumplings. The ordering and delivery process was fine although I'm pretty easy to please when it comes to that kind of stuff. I was happy with the dumplings as they were rather large and good value. However, the noodle soup that I ordered was burned! I could taste the char throughout the soup and made for a rather unpleasant experience. I'm willing to give the place another shot but my red flag is definitely up.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2008
The noodles here are fantastic! And this place has many authentic Shanghainese dishes. The ambiance isn't great, but how can you argue when you get so much food for so cheap? Delivery is fast, and the food is always fresh and hot. I can never finish an entire dish. Try the chicken with broccoli over rice, the Shanghai vegetable and pork wontons in soup, and the chow fun noodles. If you want to be adventurous, I recommend the tender steamed egg Chinese style. It is a traditional Shanghainese dish, just like my mom makes!