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Posted by buzzzzz on 06/02/2007
The food was alright mixing up all the asian food. The place was very loud noisy and trendy. If you are old, don't go. If you like loud places and like to have fun with some younger crowds, then go. From the appitizers to desserts we ordered what our waitress told us to order. It was a big portion. The dessert cake with mushmellows were YUMMY!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/12/2007
We ate here for a late lunch around 2pm. We were brought to a table by the windows on the upper level but had to squeeze thru to large round tables to get to our table which did not make sense since there were other table available. The floor slops down by the doors so my chair was like sitting on a hill very uncomfortable :( We were greated by our waiter who was very helpful and ensured that he would inform us if we were over ordering as this was our first visit here. We ordered the dim sum sampler which came with four different kinds of dumplings. 2 chicken 2 pork which were both great 2 shrimp which was ok and 2 vegetable which we could have done without. We decided to order the lobster and shrimp curry with a side of fried rice both were excellent. The best coconut curry i have ever had. a little pricey but not bad for two people splitting. The fried rice came in this large mound enough to feed at least for peopl and an excellent price for $8. I would go back again but would like to try with a larger group as this is more of a sharing place and with only two people there is only so much you can order.
Posted by Anon on 02/18/2007
Loud, gimicky and completely overrated. Minus the appetizers, the food was mediocre. It was like stepping into a theme park....a very expensive one. Definitely not worth the money. The place gives Asian food a bad name!
Posted by lyn on 01/23/2007
I went with a couple of friends the other night and we had a great time. The service was excellent, very friendly. It is good for people that enjoy sushi, but there are many other options as well. It is large and dark, a bit commercial, but a pleasant atmosphere.
Posted by Nick on 12/17/2006
I go out to dinner quite a lot for business and pleasure and am very particular about restaurants.I've been to both Ruby Foo's many times and have never been disappointed. The staff is always very pleasant and acoomodating and the food is top notch. I usually order fish and it is always fresh. We go to the theatre a lot and have been to the popular restaurant, Esca, a couple of times. The fish was never as fresh tasting as Ruby Foo's and is much more expensive. The wine there is more expensive than Ruby Foo's and not better. We went to Ruby Foo's TIme Square tonight after a show and despite the huge crowd, was treated very well by the manager, Zach, who went out of his way to make sure everything went well with our dinner. He was very helpful with the other guests as well and our waitress was very sweet and patient. We will definitely return soon.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/30/2006
My family and I ate Pre-theater on a Thursday evening. Early reservation (5:30). The rest. was empty and the server was great! Very kind to my children, explained the menu, etc. My girls wanted to try sushi for the first time....I didn't think it was really fresh. The dim sum was good, and the entees were OK. Large portions but mostly noodles! We felt it was alittle over priced. You are paying for the location!!! We would not go back and would not recommend!
Posted by Andy on 10/21/2006
Granted we went pre theater amd it was busy but service was not very good, and the food was mediocre. Appetizers were tasty. Now to main courses. We had specifically asked for a dish to be made without cilantro, it wasnt. The pad thai chicken seemed to be precooked and the chicken pieces were dry and chewy. We were also left for 10 minutes after the main dishes arrived without dinner plates on the table, and couldnt get a waiter to notice.