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Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2006
The Dim Sum is good but the bowls of soup with dumplings is the way to go. The eggplant dishes are also very good but if it is date night go somewhere else. The waiters are very friendly and most times the food is out in five minutes.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2006
If you don't know what this place does the best, take a walk to the restaurant and look at what they are doing in the window. They are always making dumplings...that is what they do best, and is in the biggest demand. For plain Americanized Chinese food they are ok at best but these are the best dumplings in the area, and do try the sesame sauce, but ask for it on the side or they dump it all over the dumplings in the container.
Posted by anon on 02/04/2006
Food was ok, tried the scallion pancakes b/c it got such good reviews. nothing special (too thick). although food is very fresh.
Posted by Patti on 01/22/2006
This is my favorite Chinese Food. I live in an area of New York that does not offer Dim Sum and crave it. I have Noodles every time I am in New York City. I love the vegtable buns and the steamed dumplings. If you are dieting they make a great steamed platter with your choice of vegtables. I love the chinese green beans and asparagus (something else I cannot get in my neighborhood). I have never had anything I did not like from Noodles and the delivery is lightening fast!
Posted by lolly on 01/08/2006
My roommate orders from this place all the time because it's around the corner. Quite frankly, I can't stand it. The chicken is always chewy and unappetizing, the appetizers are subpar and the it's all overpriced.
Posted by VisMigDinFisse on 12/31/2005
Try the Steamed Dumplings with Seasame sauce. That's all I have to say! Amazing.
Posted by ken on 12/27/2005
The service is great, very fast, and friendly. Their menu is pretty long and you'll normally find quite a few things that you'll like. Almost everything, especially the appetizers and rice dishes are pretty pricey. The noodles are the cheapest items on the list. The only sad part is the dry noodles come in noticeable smaller portions than the soup noodles.