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  • Chinese, Dim Sum
  • 453 6th Ave, New York NY10011 40.735165 -73.998746
  • (At 11th St)
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  • (212) 924-6688
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User Ratings (Based on 89 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 4.0
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 924-6688
(212) 924-7781
Visa, MC, AmEx
Daily: 11:30am-11:30pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Lunch, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Sammy's

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/07/2010

    Good Food quick delivery!

    I love ordering from here.. Foods, always good and delivery is always SUPER fast!!

  • Sammy's

    Posted by Scott on 03/21/2010

    Delivery Guy

    The delivery guy always asks for a larger tip. I usually give 2 and change. I live less than 3 blocks away. Real bad attitude. Food is good though. I just take a valium before I get ready for the tip argument.

  • Sammy's

    Posted by Carly on 03/02/2010

    Good food, and delivery men with 'tudes

    The food is good, but a little greasy. The one real problem i have is when I get delivery. I live 4 blocks away from the restaurant and the delivery guys always give me attitude about my tip. I usually give about $2 for a roughly $12 bill and they aren't afraid to question me about it. It's just plain rude.

  • Sammy's

    Posted by cold noodle lover on 01/24/2010

    Super delish and fast!

    I am a cold noodle lover and these are by far the best cold noodles I have ever had. The general tso's chicken is beyond (the tofu option is great too!) - as is the szechuan shredded beef.

  • Sammy's

    Posted by Sara on 12/24/2009

    This is what NYC Chinese Food is all about!

    This is arguably the best, most delicious, down and dirty out of control Chinese food in Manhattan. Consistently good (the cold sesame noodles are to die), super fast delivery and Cheap, Sammy's makes me want to stay in this city forever, watch some Law and Order and order in!

  • Sammy's

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2009

    Chinese Food in NYC

    I used to get the eggs rolls from here to go and they were excellent - large, loaded with pork and veggies, and delicious. On a recent visit, I placed a takeout order for an egg roll, along with a chicken egg roll and an order of roast pork lo mein. I would have been better off just flushing my money down the toilet. It was easily the poorest Chinese food I have ever had in Manhattan. The egg roll was burnt, the chicken egg roll was beyond dry, and worst of all, the lo mein was made with noodles that were not lo mein noodles. Big, thick, rope-like, absolutely disappointing noodles and barely any sauce. Only the thick pieces of pork were edible. I literally went to bed hungry that night. And yet, this place is always crowded, once again proving most people have no idea what good food is. Avoid this place and go to Empire Szechuan on Seventh Avenue - best Chinese in the Village.

  • Sammy's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/15/2009

    Disappointing Dish

    I ordered take-out and it came fast. Never again. The woman ans. the phone was not helpful and seemed harried and unpleasant, didn't help as I questioned her, never ordered from there before - was impatient. I ordered shrimp with dried chili pepper. I said very little oil. The baby shrimp were fresh not frozen and in themselves good, there were loads of chili peppers -great, but not only was it drenched in chili oil (she should have warned me considering my little oil request and I wouldn't have gotten that) and some really foul tasting (Kim Chee?) smashed thick goop/bean like "stuff" under it all. No veggies, and a really nasty taste overall. I picked out shrimp and blotted them on paper towels, but it was awful. The beef on skewers were tender, but oily for pan fried (had to blot on paper tower) and not warm to boot. 1 apptetizer 1 dish and over nineteen dollars without tip for delivery guy. Not worth it at all. How do they get away with it?

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