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Posted by Chinese Food-O-phile on 12/28/2011
Another outstanding Christmas Eve Dinner at Wo Hop. Packed as usual, but, all part of the fun. Thanks fellas...
Posted by Loves Wo Hop on 09/04/2011
I love Wo Hop! My family and I go every time we are in the City. We know it is worth the wait. Although the uptairs may be fine, we ALWAYS go to the downstairs restaurant. We've been going for years. WO HOP is known worldwide! People have seen our WO HOP's t-shirt in Canada, Massachusetts, and Ireland and claimed how much they love it. The chicken fried rice is absolutley legend. As well as the General Tso, steamed dumplings (best you will ever eat), and any other dish you have at WO HOP will be the best you have ever tasted.
Posted by Sallee on 08/31/2011
We took a small group of friends to WoHop after our wedding at the City Clerk's Office. The food was unappetizing!! Most of the appetizers were burned (ribs and fried dumplings), the noodles tasted like they had gone bad (we sent them back). The main courses were not as disappointing, but still not good. We used to like WoHop, but we will never go back again! How embarrassing!!
Posted by Wensley Smith on 05/13/2011
This spot is great for for a not planned hang out. Not to mention the fact that they are open 24/7. The servers are excellent and very kind. Some of them actually remembers you after the first visit. Love this place!
Posted by Native NY'er on 02/03/2011
Having grown up in BK, this was THE place to see and be seen after 4am. Wo Hop is not known for anything other than decent food at cheap prices. Back in the 80's it was a who's who of rock royalty after 4am. And ya gotta love that they only close for an hour for the entire week! ahhhhh, memories!
Posted by Elif on 01/31/2011
Best restaurant in town
Posted by Surprised disappointment on 01/05/2011
Passing through Brooklyn with a fellow cop. Thought " hey, wanna get some Chinatown Chinese food?!" we both have heard about wo hop from several people at work who raved. Parked down the block and paid 1.50 for 48 minutes on the meter... We were back with 15 minutes to spare. No line at 730 pm on a Tuesday night. Typical diner crowd and atmosphere, cramped basement but interesting and different. I ordered general cho, partner got sesame chicken and we shared shrimp lomein and got a couple coke cans. Food came out in 3 minutes flat. Both dishes looked exactly the same except his chicken had sesame seeds sprinkled on top. Absolutely no flavor... The chicken must have been preprepared and they add sauces after the fact. Both sauces were brown liquid like in consistency....leaving a soggy flavorless brown mess. No sweet hot crispy fresh general cho goodness here. There wasn't even a chile pepper to be found. The shrimp lomein was quite honestly the only edible dish. Wanted to complain to the staff but didn't bother... Actually wanted to stand up in the middle of the place and ask everyone what the hell were they thinking. Huge disappointment. Should have went up a couple blocks and got some Italian. Oh... They didn't accept credit cards either..... At least that's what the cashier told us.