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Posted by Gwen on 12/04/2009
The place was crowded. Apparently they have a flourishing business, but, unless they improve their service, that could soon end. Last night 3 girlfriends and I had dinner there. We had to flag down a waiter to take our order. The food came reasonably fast, but we had to beg for sugar for our tea over and over again. We all ordered brown rice. My friend ordered more rice...why did they bring her white rice? We had to beg for the check. The waiter whose attention we were trying to get let us know that HE was not our waiter. There were other problems. I won't be back.
Posted by Midtowner on 11/11/2009
Crowded midtown lunch spot, but for good reason. Affordable dumplings (both the soup and pan fried kind) definetly hold up to this dumpling connoisseur. Worth a visit. Of course, better dumplings at either Joe or John's Shanghai, which are both nearby.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2009
Great Food! Wonderful service! I go there weekly with my co-workers. You have to try their soup dumplings and their shrimp dumplings. So juicy and it's to die for! I definitely would recommend it!
Posted by W. on 06/13/2009
I walked in because it was near to the hotel and I immideately got a table and within minutes after ordering a delicious General Toa Chicken. I was very satisfied, especially considering the quality of the food it was cheap.
Posted by aje on 03/20/2009
My coworkers and I order a lot of take out and we have noticed that lately the portions are smaller and smaller. We have decided to try other restaurants since Tang seems to think customers don't notice when they are getting less food.
Posted by Denise on 02/25/2009
This restaurant is completely different in the evening for dinner than it is for lunch--which is often the case with midtown establishments. >>Midday, its clientele is very young, inexperienced and on its lunch hour, so the emphasis is on the inexpensive "lunch specials" featuring standard "Chinese restaurant" fare in large quantities and served very quickly. The experience is decent. >>At dinner, the clientele is older, much more sophisticated and demanding, so the focus is fine food and a calm, patrician atmosphere. >>If your interest is authentic, excellent and beautifully presented cuisine which is highly regarded by well-heeled Chinese patrons and connoiseurs, go for the adult version of Tang Pavilion after 6:00 p.m.
Posted by AB on 01/16/2009
If this is the first time you are going to Tang P. - try the Hot and Spicy Shredded Beef - it is off the hook.