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Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles
Posted by tmalyutin on 01/07/2013
After a huge disappointment at Nom Wah Tea Parlor we still had some space in our tummies because we left almost half of their food on the plates. So we headed down the street and landed up in this little hole- in-a- wall spot. And in no time our mood was restored to the happy stage by eating their wonderful hand pulled noodle dish with duck. That was the best noodle dish we ever ate. We appreciate our experience very much and recommend this place to Chinese noodle lovers.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/29/2012
The best food at cheap prices. Place is small, a bit dingy, and not conducive to long, talky meals. Don't let them seat you in the basement.
Posted by nyspinnman on 11/09/2011
Love the food. But just a great chef does not a restaurant make. Staff barely speaks english; tables are usually dirty; the phone for ordering delivery only gets answered 2 out of ten times (I did the math). Also, delivery seems to be sort of a (when he's around or not) kind of thing. Too bad. What could be the start of something really Tasty is turning into something hand-pulled.
Posted by Karen Campbell on 08/23/2011
We had been in the city at Drs appts and were tired and hungry. I did some research online and found Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles. I was so nice to sit down and have a simply awesome meal. The staff could not have been friendlier. The smells coming from the kitchen were fresh and incredible. I had the House Special it was light, yummy and piping hot. Not greasy at all like the typical Chinese fare. Pork stemes dumpling with hot chili sauce to die for. It's a little hole in the wall that seemed to be filled with local O ambience but the food makes up for it. My husband and daughter's say it is the best Chinese food they have ever had. *****
Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2011
I've been here 3 times now and I'm still craving more. The noodles are chewy and delicious. They give you way more food than you pay for. The staff is surprisingly nice and helpful.
Posted by Jury duty on 05/05/2011
I came here several times while on jury duty. The noodles and dumpling are excellent. Pick what kind of dish (soup, stir fry, meats, veg) and then pick you noodles. Rice noodles are not made there; stick with the hand pulled. You can get them in variety of thickness as well as knife cut. I think the thicker noodles taste best with the stir fry. Soups are very rich and tasty. It's a small place that's very busy during lunch. Atmosphere drops significantly if you have to eat downstairs. Service is a little awkward at times, but they're really nice. Go for the food.
Posted by Joey and MaggieRose on 08/08/2010
My young teenage cousin, from Chicago, came to Manhattan and heard from the food network, some person talking about these hand pulled noodles. I had no idea what she was talking about. So she fly in town and we went down to Tasty to try their hand-pulled noodles. She said it best, she loved them and I did too. I had panfried hand-pulled noodle House Special. We also had the vegetable and chicken dumpling plate. The waitress was very nice. We had many curious questions and she answered them all to best of her ability. My cousin got to watch them make their hand pulled noodles as well. I couldn't get over how wonderful everything tasted. When we got there, it wasnt The Waldorf, but that was fine, it was afterall, Chinatown. The place sat maybe 20, 25 people at tops. Very small. When I saw the very low prices, I got very, very nervous. In NYC anything in low cost, usually comes with some kind of hidden problem. I didnt want to disappoint the young teen, so I thought, go ahead, order...... And we were not disappointed!