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Posted by Anonymous on 11/22/2007
4 hungary people. 4 awesome entrees plus the killer crispies and dipping sauce to start for a buck. It was worth the 30 minute wait to get in. Cash only, but for $30.00, who cares. The best thing I can say about this place is go hungary, and with at least 4 people. Totally satisifying experience!
Posted by tomas on 10/06/2007
where else are you going to get good chinese food in the middle of the night. sure its not the best chinese cuisine in NYC but its good and cheap and most of all, the place has character. if you want huge tables and organized service go to tgi fridays out on long island.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/01/2007
Seriously...I really do not undestand why this place has a good reputation...you are squeezed into a tiny, dingy basement to get food that's not even mediocre and is totally overpriced. A big group of about ten of us went together and not a single one of us liked what we had or took the leftovers home. And when broke college students do not take food home, you know it has to be awful.
Posted by Mike on 09/25/2007
Poor service. The entrees came out at differnet times, the food was not even hot or that good. We asked for rice 3 times and then they only gave us - a table of 6 - a small bowl. When we said we'd need more he shouted that's $2.75. I do not recommend and we won't go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2007
Have you ever had good or even decent Chinese food? The food at Wo Hop is about on par with the no-name hole in the wall Chinese restaurant on every block in the city (and a little more expensive too). Perhaps it has changed in years, I don't know, but I am surprised that it gets any press in a city that prides itself in its selection and quality of food.
Posted by Boogers1229 on 07/23/2007
I actually live in upstate New York, but everytime I'm in the city I MUST go to Wo Hop. The food is delicious and very reasonably priced. The food portions are also very good. I sometimes take a trip to the city just for my Wo Hop fix...it's that good!
Posted by choiseul on 07/22/2007
A power hike from Bleecker (west of 7th) via 6th. ave with short respites in Churchill Park on Downing Street, Tribeca Park at Walker and Beach and finally Columbus Park across from the Tombs brings me to Mosco Street. A short one block walk uphill and I'm practically at the 8 or so steps down to Wo Hop. Here though you may be nudged into a space cozy for a thin man (which I am not) you will find some of the best Chinese food south of Canal Street. I do not eat chow mein though I'm well within that generation but you will find the best of that and egg foo yong here. Go with the hot and sour soup which is pale and thick and piping hot both in temperature and flavor with the perfect blend of both elements. The spare ribs are superb and the pork with Chinese mushrooms is tender and savory and actually replete with big chunks of meaty, musky flavored mushrooms. You will not have to ask for more rice as the big bowl is a perfect complement to the copious platter of thin sliced pork in just the right amount of glistening brown sauce. Service is professional and on the cue. The atmosphere is redolent of an olden days Chinese restaurant with chrome napkin dispensers on the tables, clean wiped fiber glass topped tables and walls covered with photos of devoted fans. Strongly recommended.