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Posted by six64ever on 02/08/2007
Tang Tang has been a main-stay for me for over 8 years. This Hong Kong style Chinese is always friendly and fast. A nice large selection of appetizers and dim seem that are usually well prepared and flavorful, but occasional lack of consistency is the only drawback.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2006
I love this place! I've been to Tang Tang several times with family and friends and it never dissapoints. Some of the fastest service too!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2006
Reliable, consistent, very good Hong Kong-style Chinese! The bbq'd meats are great as are all the dim sum selections. Have been at least 30+ times for lunch, dinner and delivery -- always reliably very good to great. Service is terrific, and very fast. The genial owner seems always to be there (presume he's the owner), and fills in on all roles with utter graciousness, ensuring service is swift and gracious at all stages. Always full of regulars. Great place! Oh, and very great prices!
Posted by UESsupper on 06/14/2006
I have lived in Manhattan for over 20 years. Needless to say I have eaten in and ordered from dozens of different Chinese restaurants in the various neighborhoods I have lived in and in Chinatown. Tang Tang on 3rd Avenue is my absolute favorite! The food is never disappointing. It is always very fresh and always well prepared. Their dishes are very tasty. Try the special Crunchy Prawns Peking Style. That's one of my favorites. Whenever I am nearby, I will eat there or order from there. Everything there is excellent. If the atmosphere were as good as the food, I am sure it would be a four star restaurant.
Posted by csw on 05/05/2006
Its far from authentic and chinatown but it satisfys when im craving for rice. In response to the previous diner, he needs to stop with the chinese takeout joints and venture to a real chinese restaurant. One cannot dismiss ones culture without experiencing the real thing.
Posted by often diner on 01/01/2006
How can you ruin fried rice? Good chinese food in the u.s of a used to be a delicate balance, The onions were up to an inch wide. The pork large uneven and tough pieces, nothing blended well. And how about fried noodles which are usually served with soup? Forget about it they do not ever carry it. Chicken with cahews-- tough and chunky. No wonder japanese food now surpasses chinese. So sorry for all of you who have never experienced some of the chinese food of yesteryear!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/17/2005
I picked up lo mein and 2 chicken dishes here one night. Staff was very friendly, however the food was entirely too salty. I could only eat a few bites before the salt became entirely too overwhelming (and I never throw out food!)