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Ollie's

Noodle Shop & Grille
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  • Chinese, Noodle Shops
  • 2957 Broadway, New York NY10027 40.8075857 -73.9640739
  • (At 116th St)
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  • (212) 932-3300
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User Ratings (Based on 101 reviews)

2.5815
Food 2.9 Value 2.9
Service 1.8 Atmosphere 2.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 932-3300
voice
(212) 932-3301
Fax:
fax
(212) 749-0811
Place Order:
Order From Ollie's for delivery & takeout
Notes:
$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
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11am-12am Fri-Sat: 11am-1am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
8.00

User Reviews

  • Ollie's

    Posted by i love you Ollies...but you suck, too :( on 12/06/2008

    love-hate relationship

    I often only get steamed spinach wontons and steamed vegetable dumplings. IMHO, they're perfection - these juicy and flavorful morsels never let me down. BUT, everything else, I think, should be considered carefully. I normally just get delivery, and they have never ever (really, not once!!) gotten my order totally right if I have ever ordered anything more than the spinach wontons and the steamed dumplings. They usually "forget" a soup or two, but on more than one occasion they have "forgotten" to include a smaller but WHOLE dish. And when you call them to ask them to deliver this, you will have to wait AT LEAST 45 minutes, no matter how close-by you live (on many occasions I have had to call more than an hour and a half later to ask them where my forgotten dish is... AND they have given me the run-around, with multiple calls, "the delivery guy's on his way, outright rudeness/hangups, etc). Honestly, I only keep ordering from them because they have awesome spinach wontons and dumplings, and their food really is good comfort food when you are stressed out doing mountains of school work or you're just sick... But order carefully: other dishes have been sketchy (numerous occasions where beef dishes have tasted like aluminum, etc)

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/30/2008

    Poor

    If you want surly "service" and greasy food, by all means, come here. Chinese food in NYC isn't stellar, but this place takes it to a whole new (low) level. Calling in for delivery isn't much bettter, as your order will be taken by a grunting woman who slams the phone on you as soon as you're done. The food also arrives lukewarm, which just adds insult to injury.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/03/2008

    Decent food, terrible service.

    My friends and I came here for a quick eat, and I admit the prices were pretty low and the food was good and filling. The atmosphere and decoration was nice. Good place, right? Sure if you want to put up with poor service. First off, instead of having one waiter I had one waiter take my order, another one bring me the food, another one give me a check and a fourth to take my money. Second, they mixed up the orders so as my friend were eating I had to wait for my food. Third, one waiter gave me someone else credit card. Of course, I gave it back but imagine if someone took it? Last and most important, one of the waiters said that our tip wasn't 15% (because they didn't deserve it) and almost demanded another dollar to match the 15%. This place is decent if you want to grab something to eat when in the area but I definitely wouldn't recommend it to someone else.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2008

    Love yelling at waiters? Go here!

    I love going here, the food is decent and the prices are cheap. However, the waiters are..um, well... idiots, and can barely speak a word of english. And they demand to be tipped! LOL Its hilarious, I've yelled at a few waiters several times, and they simply bow their heads down and walk away. Don't let the horrible waiters stand between you getting a great meal at this fantastic little place! Tip the delivery drivers, but DON'T tip the waiters. Maybe in a few months they'll all learn a lesson.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by mda on 10/06/2008

    Great food for Price

    I ate their the other day and was amazed that the food was great considering the price and how fast it comes out. Will eat there again. You can't beat the price if you're a struggling college student plus it's pretty tasty.

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/03/2008

    ollies is better than averege...........

    I love getting ollies food but it's really fatty

  • Ollie's

    Posted by Cat C. on 09/11/2008

    the ollie's on 67th is better

    The food was pretty poor. I ordered eggplant, string beans, and tofu with brown sauce and it was completely subpar. The eggplant, string beans, and tofu came together on a giant plate, and my brown sauce came on the side. The veggies and tofu had barely been cooked and had absolutely no flavor to them. I was offended by the kitchen's laziness... I've never been to a Chinese restaurant that made you add your own seasoning and sauces completely on your own. My boyfriend ordered a noodle soup and the noodles were just dumped into his wonton soup - like my dish, his was completely flavorless and incredibly disappointing. The Ollie's downtown is much better... I suggest going there if you want decent food.

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