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Posted by ChromiumGhost on 05/05/2009
Ordered delivery hence no stars for atmosphere nor service. Sesame wonton was fantastic, Pork bun sweet but with a little hot sauce, yummers. Rice was a little pasty , shrimp was spot on.
Posted by Food Critic on 10/21/2008
I try to stay away from those hole in the wall fast chinese food places but sometimes you decide to give things another try. A coworker of mine had some pretty good lo mein and chicken broccoli the other day, so I decided to give the place another try after over a year. You can often judge a place by how good simple dishes are such as fried rice. I ordered a house special fried rice, it wasn't special. It was very greasy! I think in part because they cut little pieces of pork fat that when stained with that red sauce they use for pork makes it look like it's real pork meat. The chicken that was added was flavorless and not well cook (wok charred), although not raw, some shrimp, chinese been sprouts. There are many ways to cook fried rice but we can definitely do without the grease and bring up the flavor. I can cook better fried rice than this. This is how you keep or lose customers. I don't think I will order from there anytime soon.
Posted by cbinspaha on 04/13/2008
As someone who has lived in China, I have pretty high standards for Chinese food, and this place never fails to impress. This is NOT your typical hole-in-the-wall Chinese "restaurant" you see on every block in NYC - the food here is authentic, full of flavor, and not greasy. Would especially recommend the Hot and Sour Soup, House Duck, and Hunan Chicken or beef. Always delivered very fast too!
Posted by nycgirl4ever on 11/25/2007
I decided to give them another try today because they have crab rangoon - and Chinatown East doesn't - and I really wanted some. Now I remember why I stopped ordering from here. I ordered 3 appetizers and it took 40 MINUTES for my food to arrive. This is what would always happen. And I live 3 blocks away! When I finally got it - the crab rangoon was barely luke warm - what they do is cook your order and then hold it till they get another one so they can send out both deliveries at once. The scallion pancakes are not even edible. The sesame noodles were okay.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/22/2007
I live 9 blocks away. There are many other closer Chinese restaurants to my house. I call China Moon for delivery. The prices are good as well as the food and delivery time, especially considering the distance.
Posted by Niki on 09/09/2006
I get delivery from here regularly. As a non-meat eater; I would suggest their Noodle Soups, Egg Foo Young and Steamed Platter. You get enough in one serving to feed two people or have plenty of left overs for another meal later. Good price, quick delivery and most important I've tried all non-meat dishes and they are excellent!
Posted by Great Food! on 07/13/2006
I Just moved to the UES and didnt know where to eat. I decided to give China Moon a try. We ordered the Sesame Chicken with white rice and the chicken and Broccoli with Pork Fried Rice. Every thing was delicious not greasy and the food was delivered in 15 minutes. Will order again.