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Posted by quality is dead on 04/14/2011
Just wanted to give a heads up for those who might want to order from this restaurant. It will probably take more than half an hour for your food to arrive. You will have to make several phone calls during this time period. You will encounter rude and careless service on the other side of the line. Your food will be cold when it arrives. Oh and i should mention that we are 7 blocks away from this restaurant. If you must eat here, just go there.
Posted by Tom on 03/24/2011
I just ordered takeout for the first time, and I'm very impressed. The food arrived within 10 minutes, it's delicious (of course!), and the service both on the phone and by the delivery person was excellent. In particular, the delivery person didn't scowl at his 20% tip, (which I've found to happen with many deliveries in this neighborhood). I'll definitely order from here again!
Posted by Adam Langdon on 02/14/2011
I have been to this particular Ollie's twice. The char sui buns are delicious and very well priced. However, that was the only good part of the meal. The hot and sour soup was just strange and just not very hot. The chow fun was passible but if you are looking for the great noodle dishes it is definatley not one of them to order.
Posted by AMLowellNY on 01/21/2011
Been going Ollie's for years, and even though it's noisy, it's THE best Chinese restaurant in town! The scallion pancakes are to die for as are the sesame noodles and wonton & hot and sour soup. You can't beat the prices either. I do miss the Russian (cabbage) soup, and wish they'd bring it back. It's one of the things I miss most now that I've moved to the Bronx and have to settle for lesser Chinese fare.
Posted by Toona on 01/17/2011
Consistently awful. Quality is poor and they never get order correct.
Posted by happy diners on 01/06/2011
the portions are generous and the servers are efficient, but it's the taste of food that makes us turn in the other direction and walk away quickly. noodles in soup are mostly yucky.
Posted by Joel Littman on 12/28/2010
The wanton soup for three was served cold and looked like dish water....when reluctantly they served a microwaved replacement, it tasted like flavorless dishwater. The waitress was clueless and had no knowledge of how to serve. We were charged $1.00 for two "bags" of noodles that are normally served plentifully in any other chinese restaurant. The other dishes that were ordered were skimpy and insufficient for even one person for a dish meant for at least two. Inn addition to being stingy/skimpy, the food was tasteless and matched the lacklustre soup. All in all this restaurant is very poor. I am bewildered as to why it was so busy. Obviously most of the patrons have a far lower standard than I do. It was an embarassment.