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Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2013
We are out of towners. The billing clerk/waiter added 20% to our bill. We did not protest this terrible behavior as we did not want to create a scene. They deserved perhaps 10%. While the food is great, I wont go there again - everything else is bad Suggest dont go there !
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2013
so this is the second time coming here, when it wasn't rush hour and i came with my friends. so we ordered our food & when we paid for our bill, the comes over and picks up our bill and starts counting it in front of us. and we left him tips and he said it wasn't enough. He had CLEARLY said it wasn't enough and wanted us to give him more. first of all i meant the food wasn't that bad, i think the chow fun was pretty good, but he wanted more tips? he said each of you need to give us one more dollar. first of all we were the only costumers in the store & they didn't bother serving us that much, and they were sitting at the other table talking in a different Chinese dialect, but my friends and i sorta understand it, and they were talking about us and when we were leaving the people at the table asked the waiter that took our bill what happened? & he said oh don't speak canto because they understand ? really your going to glare at your costumers when they walk in & give you money to earn? & then you ask for more tips when your service isn't that great? i'm very disappointed in this restaurant and i don't think i'm coming back with my family or my friends.
Posted by Katie on 11/21/2012
Amazing pork fried dumplings! Best scallop pancakes and orange beef. Hot and sour soup amazing. Real china row experience
Posted by John And Tasha on 08/07/2012
This restaurant has good quality food at low prices. The soup dumplings are very good. The place is well designed and staffed with very friendly people!
Posted by S.C. on 04/09/2012
The crab and pork soup dumplings are a must have, and I'll travel from Brooklyn for them, but the rest of the menu is mostly subpar for the price. We usually order the general tso's (ok, does not include rice), the pickled cabbage and pork soup (good), scallion pancake (good) and lo mein (ok). We try new things occasionally and are always disappointed. Whatever you do AVOID the "mixed meat" dishes. I learned the hard way. The staff are somewhat friendly. They've argued with us a couple times about what we should order, and have not been too happy to wrap our food up. I see newcomers asking for suggestions, and they aren't usually very helpful. But in every other way they are attentive and pleasant. It's a small place and the lighting is unpleasant, but it is clean.
Posted by Adam Langdon on 04/08/2012
the steamed little buns were pretty good and squid with salted pepper was ok but VERY salty and the last few pieces seemed a bit old but overall was fair and the chow fun was bland
Posted by A-Top on 01/21/2012
Imagine finding a place to eat where you not only receive an authentic Chinese experience ranging from gourmet Chicken feet and pig snout to award winning dumplings for all less than what it costs for the commute to the city. Imagine going to eat where a dinner for two can turn into meeting new people from all around Manhattan. This may sound like a fairy tale cottage in the middle of nowhere, but in actuality it is in our backyard and it's called "The New Green Bo". Upon arrival you can look forward to a grunt in response to your polite "Hello" or a seat at an already filled table. If this doesn't bother you, great, you'll love how you are placed in front of the door in the dead of winter...nothing like some fresh 2 degree air to wake you up for a night out. All this aside, New Green Bo is truly a cheap man's paradise offering delightful food with unbeatable prices. Do yourself a favor, next time in Manhattan, and check this place out...if nothing else you will get an unmatched experience!