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Posted by Anonymous on 04/11/2008
Dear MJN, They don't use lima beans in their fried rice. It's edamame. If you can't tell those two things apart, maybe you shouldn't be writing reviews.
Posted by Eater of Eaters on 01/23/2008
As the title suggest, the scallion pancakes and the shrimp roll will completely blow you away. They are great with a capital GREAT. Their fried rice and vegetarian options are also pretty tasty. While the decor is relaxed, this place is always buzy which I don't mind all that much. However, I wish their prices was a little bit more reasonable.
Posted by Chef Zach on 01/02/2008
The food is quite tasty, especially for this part of town. The Cantonese Wonton Soup is quite tasty and filling! I recommend the crispy chicken and wonton with udon noodles. Just a bowl of soup was very filling for me. The crispy chicken can be awkward to eat because it is on the bone, but still good!
Posted by MJN on 11/25/2007
We ate here on 11/25. I love chinese food and have sampled it in many states and countries. We started with wonton soup-way too salty. My wife had a spring roll. It was deep fried so much, the vegetables were fried. It was totally greasy and squished flat--we sent it back. At least they didn't charge for it. The ginger chicken was over salty, no flavor and the consistency of tofu. The roast pork with bok choy was ok. The house fried rice was not cooked in a wok, the peas were lima beans, the shrimp were langoustines, not shrimp and the taste was like soap. Stay away.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2007
Note to uwsweets about: "I'm commenting because they do let homeless eat in their outside lobby/take out area which is not part of their restaurant area. I can't believe anyone would criticize them for being kind-how unfortunate." That's not their lobby -- it's a public atrium open to anyone! OK place to eat in or take out from if you ignore the current protesting abused (they say) delivery staff!
Posted by aussieinNYC on 11/18/2007
Great food for the price. fast delivery
Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2007
Ollie's is the best value Chinese Food in the neighborhood. The food is excellent. I'm allergic to shellfish so I cannot comment on the seafood, but I can say that the chicken is most usually very tender, and that the deliver is very fast. G-d bless them!