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  • Chinese, Noodle Shops
  • 2957 Broadway, New York NY10027 40.807848 -73.964152
  • (At 116th St)
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  • (212) 932-3300
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User Ratings (Based on 101 reviews)

Food 2.9 Value 2.9
Service 1.8 Atmosphere 2.4

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 932-3300
(212) 932-3301
(212) 749-0811
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Order From Ollie's for delivery & takeout
$1 Delivery Charge For Location Above W 136th St or 5th Ave - Madison Ave. $2 Delivery Charge For Location Above E 181st St If The Order Amount Is Under $30. Visa, MC, AmEx
Sun-Thu: 11am-12am Fri-Sat: 11am-1am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Free Delivery, Late Night, Online Ordering, Open 7 Days, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Used to be a fan on 07/28/2006

    Don't order take out

    The food is much better as eat in, than take out. Delivery is too long. We ordered the beef in orange flavor and the general tso's chicken. The beef had too much breading on and so you couldn't taste the meat. The general tso's chicken was a bit soggy and didn;t have enough broccoli in it. We were not happy, needless to say.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Jeff on 07/15/2006

    Pretty good

    Like the food. Fairly cheap. Cool place. Waiters good.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/13/2006

    Always a standby

    Ollie's will never fail you on their steamed vegetable dumplings (I could, and sometimes, do, live off them) and anything in their garlic sauce (I usually get the tofu with broccoli and peanuts in garlic sauce, and I ask for little oil, and it is still drenched). My only hesistance whenever I order Ollie's is that somehow a o piece (or two) of meat will make it into my otherwise vegetarian dishes, so beware of that. Like most Chinese places, delivery is quick. For me and many other undergrads in the Columbia area, Ollie's is our "comfort " food.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2006

    Pretty Good

    The quality of food is consistently higher here than at most other Asian food places around here, and the people who answer the phone are slightly (not much, but slightly) nicer. So I'd still try Ollie's. The lemon chicken is nice -- thin strips and a tart, tasty sauce, and the bean curd usually has a nice, smokey grilled flavor.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by YiYi on 02/06/2006

    Very good food.

    Is inexpensive and good. I'm always pleased with the portions. Is an in and out restaurant, service is O.K.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by anonymous on 02/03/2006

    how can they make a bland general tso's?

    My wife and I disagree strongly on Ollie's. She and her columbia friends eat there regularly--they think the fare is decent quality and decently priced. I, on the other hand, can't imagine how it stays in business. Honestly, I'm not a picky eater. I can tolerate food that most people would consider too greasy, to salty, too sweet, too spicy, whatever. So imagine my surprise when I ordered General Tso's chicken and found it to be not good at all. How do you mess up General Tso's, of all things? The next time my wife made me eat there, I tried another old faithful: Orange Chicken. This is (I'm almost embarrassed to admit), my favorite Chinese dish, and I get it everywhere, and I always love it. Even at total dive places, where everybody else is complaining, I clean my plate of Orange Chicken. For the first time in my life, I got an order of Orange Chicken that I wasn't interested in finishing. We end up eating there fairly regularly--as I said, my wife likes it-- So now, everytime we go there, I order some ginger chicken thing that they have. But even it is lame--it is utterly overpowered by ginger, but I love ginger, so it works. But that is starting to get old. I have no idea what I'll do when I can't handle another bite of ginger chicken. Maybe I'll just have wonton soup and say I'm on a diet. My wife insists I add a couple of thoughts on her behalf. First: "their food is much better in person than take out." Second: "I like their ginger chicken." Third: "I can't think of anything else off hand." And that, my friends, is from an Ollies FAN. Need I say more?

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/01/2006


    If you're looking for more "authentic" Chinese food (i.e. not General Tso's Chicken, or a place that also sells chicken wings and french fries), Ollies is the place to call past 100th St. I've only had delivery from Ollies, but it didn't take too long, and it was much better than I had expected, based on the ratings. The beef chow fun with black bean sauce was definitely up to par.

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