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Posted by Brighton Beach Nosher on 05/21/2010
Been going to WH since before there was an Upstairs. I go every time I get back to NY. So good I want to cry. Spareribs, Lobster Cantonese, Chinese Broccoli, Won Ton Soup...the best Cantonese in town...can't wait to get back.
Posted by Wo Hop Lover on 05/10/2010
I have been a fan of Wo hop for almost 40 years and their signature dishes are still awesome. Some standouts are... Wanton Soup, Egg rolls, Bone less Spare ribs. and my favorite and one of the best anywhre is the Noodles with Shrimp and Lobster sauce. The shrimps are jumbo, cooked to a crunchy perfection. The low mein and fried rice are also excellent. The atmosphere does not rate well with the wives, so leave them home. This is the best value in NYC.
Posted by JT on 04/02/2010
Wow, I am a NYer' and this is the best spot for late night chinese food!! I always take a picture with the cooks there the best!! big shout out to the chef.....
Posted by Anonymous on 02/06/2010
Good food ,good prises and a lot of fun. Good place to dine with fellow police officers. After visting the Wo HOP I now understand why the long lines.......IT'S GREAT
Posted by UpstateRob on 12/25/2009
After all the stuff I have heard about this place, I was surprised that I walked away unhappy. I hit many many places in Chinatown and usually walk away happy; I was not here. I disagree with another reviewer: deep fried dumplings may be interesting, but not good. There are others that are better, even the basic Mr. Tang, and are more consistently good. The food here was all over the map. Strange, actually.
Posted by Veteran Customer on 11/06/2009
You have to keep this place in its proper context. If you're looking to be pampered and stroked in comfy surroundings...go somewhere else. If you like old school Cantonese cooking, served the same way...then you'll love Wo Hop. Try the honey crispy beef, curried noodle with onion, or anything that's prepared in their garlic sauce.
Posted by Dan on 09/16/2009
Like I said, their dumplings are the best. They are deep fried, not pan fried, so it's crispy all over, the way a dumpling should be. And the sauce is rich and tasty, not the usual watery dumpling sauce you get everywhere else. The rest of the menu, I can't vouch for, but it's tasty and surprisingly cheap.