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Posted by JACK on 02/14/2005
I have tried to find better tasting food but I haven't. I have been a customer since my teacher treated us to lunch there in 1974. It's the best - any other place's one way or another seem to always let me down. With the prices as good as it is I tend to over tip. If you're tall like myself you just have to duck going down the stairs. It's worth it.
Posted by Ian on 02/13/2005
Food is great! Easy to get to. The only complaint is that it's small and popular so that means long lines but worth the wait! Great food, prompt service. I would highly recommend that if your in the area - stop by!
Posted by JAG on 02/09/2005
I have been a frequent visitor of the Wo Hop for about 12 years now. If or when I an in or near NYC that is my first stop. The waiters faces seems to be unchanged for the period of time I have enjoyed this place. The food is always great, especially the Pork Chow Fun. My guest and I traditionally toast with a half egg roll and spicy mustard, just to clean the palate. I must visit for breakfast, lunch or dinner. By the way, walk north to little Italy afterwords and enjoy a cup of expresso at Napolis'.
Posted by Dan Allen on 01/28/2005
The best, cheapest, fastest served Chinese food in the tri-state area. Period.
Posted by Nancy O on 01/26/2005
Absolutely the best Chinese food. I have never had wonton soup that tasted so good. I've been eating @ Wo Hop for about six years, and it never disappoints.
Posted by Cory and Janis on 12/29/2004
We ate there last night and the food and value was wonderful. Much better than anything in San Diego in the same price range. The Chow Mai Fon noodles were delicious. We were seated very quickly but the line was to the street when we were leaving.
Posted by Michael and Donna on 12/20/2004
Wo Hop is the best. We discovered it accidently when I bought the t-shirt at a discount store in Williamsburg and looked for it. It's the cheapest and best since Lin's Garden closed. We go at least 3 times a month and sometimes have to wait on a line that can stretch up the stairs into the street. You can eat for under $10 for two and feast for under $20. Please don't go. It will make the line longer. Yeah, Alice and Marilyn are right: it's nothing special. Forget everything I said. Oh, our picture is up now, for the last month. I have been to Hop Kee and it's pretty good, but it's more expensive and not as good as Wo Hop. Wherever I go in the world, if I wear my Wo Hop tee shirt, people come up to me and say, "Yeah! Wo Hop!"