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Posted by The Greek on 12/19/2013
This food is great.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/26/2013
Firstly, let me state that i love, love, love the original location on Eldridge Street. The food is fantastic, cheap and the staff, even though their command of the English language is limited, is usually friendly and helpful. The new location in Williamsburg is great too. BUT (always the but) i regret to say this, the 14th street location leaves much to be desired. The staff there is surly at best and plain rude if i am being completely honest. The facility is untidy and often smells. It's just a total mess over there. Overall, the quality of food is much poorer than in the other locations and puts a damper on their good brand equity. Ironically, it's the most expensive location out of all. Go to the original location or else get a slice of Pizza somewhere.
Posted by Jopey Spagna on 12/12/2012
I go every Thursday and Sunday and boooooooze it up here. Budweiser is only $2 for a tall boy and the food is great....cheap too.
Posted by S.C. on 07/16/2012
Stopped for a quick bite before a movie. The bf got the roast pork sesame pancake sandwich and I got the vegetable - both delicious and an incredible value at just $3 and $2.50. Shared a fried pork and scallion dumpling ($1.50 for 4), also very good. My almond bubble tea ($3) was the only issue - sickly sweet and super artificial tasting, we couldn't get through half of it. The seating area is like any fast food joint. A little depressing even. Love the open kitchen though. Service was quick, not rude but not friendly either. They are there to serve the food, that's it. Will definitely be back!
Posted by Joey Spagna (1 Arm Bandit) on 01/12/2012
Great place. I come all the way from Mineola just to eat here. I just wish they sold booze.
Posted by Rob from Stuy Town on 03/17/2011
I wish I could have given all 5 stars, though value did receive 5 stars. The dumplings were fine, but the vegetable fillings were just OK. Sesame pancake was tasty, but again just so-so for the vegetable filling. Will report back on other items in the future. The prices are so cheap, I don't mind some misses to find a winner.
Posted by Danielle on 01/15/2011
Can't beat a soup, sandwich and an order of dumplings for $7.50. Was it the best soup, sandy and dumpling I have ever had? No. Although they hit the spot.