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Oriental Cafe Dumpling King
Posted by js on 12/29/2014
The dumplings tasted liked they poured a pound of salt in them.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/25/2014
Use to enjoy this place until recently. Placed two entrees for delivery and received the wrong order. Called back to see if they would replace the order with the correct entrees and take back the wrong dishes. The guy proceeded to tell me I didn't know what I was talking about and hung up on me. Food was bland to mediocre at best and poor service. So many better Asian places to order from. Don't waste your time
Posted by J on 04/07/2014
I always liked the food here alot but the last two times-the food was definitely not as good-rice was sticky-there was almost no chicken in the chow fun.
Posted by anonymous on 09/18/2013
If you like the quality of sushi you typically get at a midtown deli salad bar, then this is the place for you.
Posted by uesgirl on 12/02/2012
There was nothing good about this place. I ordered and the delivery took about 50 minutes then the delivery guy stood there counting his tip without even saying thank you- just walked away... so rude. The noodles were so old and stale, the spring roll was flavorless and the chicken chow mein was basically just chow mein- there were about 5 tiny pieces of chicken. Definitely not a place I would recommend.
Posted by Gastrognome on 01/14/2012
The Chinese food was a thumbs up and the Japanese food was a thumbs down. The Chinese had very good quality and fresh ingredients and good flavor so I will order from them again for that. The Japanese food was unfortunately unappetizing in a few ways - the sashimi was dry and actually hard at the edges and salmon roe was as expensive as the best Japanese in the area but half the size portion and so salty it was actually inedible.
Posted by Melanie Marrello on 12/11/2011
This my go to best Chinese food love the Cantonese wonton soup :)