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Posted by anonymous on 12/21/2010
Completely don't understand any of the bad reviews of this place. Have lived in the UES for almost 2 years, and getting Wa Jeal for about that long. Great great chinese food. Some of my favorites: ma paul tofu; young chow fried rice; scallion pancakes. I have never eaten in. Great for rainy night take-out.
Posted by anon on 10/30/2010
We enjoyed this place very much and dined there many times. The spicy dishes and very good but the portion size is very small for the prices they charge.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/07/2010
this place has the best chinese noodles and food ever!
Posted by SpicyLover on 09/10/2010
I absolutely love Wa Jeal. My friends and I come hear at least a few times a month. For one the restaurant has a great atmosphere, I love taking family here. The service is always top-notch, very nice and friendly. Now onto the food - AMAZING. It's spicy - if you don't like spicy make sure you request no spice. But if you love spicy, this is your place. Some of our favorite apps include: shrimp dumplings, szechuan dumplings, and scallion pancakes. My roommate loves the chili beef but thats too spicy for me. As far as entrees go the chili prawns are awesome, the kung pao chicken is definitely my favorite, and the spicy chicken in garlic sauce is great too. I also love how the portions here are big enough to share and the prices are so reasonable. My boyfriend and I love to go share an app and an entree and the meal costs less than staying in. If you love Chinese food you have to give this place a shot.
Posted by CJ on 07/19/2010
The sesame noodles tasted like they were in a balsamic vinagrette. Spare yourself
Posted by Bern on 07/16/2010
go,go,go.........I am salivating as I review my exoperience @ Wa Jeal where hot IS hot and fresh preparation / execution is king.
Posted by foodfan on 07/15/2010
This place had so much buzz that I couldn't wait to try it out. It wasn't just so-so: it was disappointing. Out of four aps and three main courses only one dish was up to standard, and that was reliable old (but definitely not Szechuan) spare ribs. Were we there on an off night? Maybe, but I wont be going back.