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Posted by Serious about food on 01/21/2005
Fast service, great food, reasonable prices. The fried dumplings are great. The egg drop / wonton soup is wonderful. I order from them once a week and the quality is always consistant. Highly Recommended.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/05/2005
I've gotten delivery service several times through my office and each time I end up kicking myself for ordering from there. The Chicken with Basil lunch special is grease-laden, soaked in oil. The tofu is fried and soggy. And the type of mushrooms they use taste absolutely disgusting. Perhaps it's an acquired taste, but they permeate the entire dish (mixed veggies and tofu or chicken) with a sour, smokey flavor. I wouldn't recommend these dishes. But maybe other stuff is good.
Posted by WestVillageGuy on 12/29/2004
Perfect for delivery. Get the Scallion Pancakes. And the Lo Mein.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2004
Sammy's egg rolls are unlike any I have ever had anywhere, period. And for $1.50, this has got to be one of the best bargains in town. The crispy golden egg roll is almost literally bursting it is so big and so jam-packed with pork and veggies. One egg roll is almost a meal - certainly a nice lunch. I have yet to try the rest of their menu but I would like to. Amazing egg rolls.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/27/2004
Chelsea isn't good for chinese..but sammy's delivers!!
Posted by Neighbor on 09/21/2004
The food here is good but the woman at the register keeps me away. She always acts like she is doing you a favor and I have never heard her say the words thank you! That counts for me and that is why I seldom go here and instead go to Charile Mom across the street who has equally good food and a polite staff as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/14/2004
Great Double-Sauteed Pork (needs more cabbage!). The Thai- Cold Sesame Noodles is also a wonderful version of an otherwise generic dish, served with julienned- cut chicken, pork, cucumber, carrots, etc. It's listed in the menu as an appetizer, but it's really an entree portion.