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Posted by Anonymous on 12/28/2008
Everything about this place is fantastic. It's that simple.
Posted by trustinjustin on 12/26/2008
i read the reviews on here and was so excited to try it out. so, i donned my best element-braving gear and headed out for the promised majesty. i can say without a doubt that the 2 best parts of the experience were... 1) the ease with which i found the address 2) leaving the food tasted like cardboard flavoured water, even after the dousing in soy and msg and was way overpriced. as an added bonus, the service was surly and memorably charmless. the service was matched, quite nicely actually, by the impossibly harsh fluorescent lighting. Avoid Wo Hop. if someone suggests you go there, remove them from your address book and put your phone on voicemail.
Posted by Guardian57 on 12/24/2008
This little gem hasn't changed in the years I've been going there, and thank heaven it hasn't. Yes its noisy and crowded with all the typical New York hustle and bustle, but hey, it only adds to the experience. Born and raised in NYC, but here in PA. now, I'm homesick for REAL Chinese food! Nothing here even comes close! It is the best I have ever had and I will be sure to visit it again when I go back to the city. Out of a rating of 1-10, this place deserves an 11
Posted by Jay R. on 12/09/2008
I live in NYC for most of my youth and I moved to Va. when I was 17 for college. People ask me why I have 4 shirts from some place called wo hop and I tell them because it's the best chineese food on the east coast. Every time I go home I make sure I visit and get an order of oysters in black bean sauce. Prices are always great , portions are generous, and the atmosphere is an example of what makes NY great. It gets my highest recommendations.
Posted by NY Cafone on 12/03/2008
If you go, get the Special House Won Ton soup, OUT OF THIS WORLD. Cantonese Lobster is a big hit too! Love the picture of celebrity William Petraglia over in the corner, wasn't he on "The Soprano's"?
Posted by babs on 10/12/2008
The place hasn't changed in the 25+ years that I have been eating here. But the food is more than worth the visit. Now I bring my children and they love it. The waiters could be more friendly but you go there to eat. Eat as much as you can...until your next visit.
Posted by Shane & Jodi Tampa Bay on 09/09/2008
Honestly, The prices were so cheap I thought they would be half orders. My mistake, the crew a the W hotel were happy to take our untouched left-overs. The place is no frills and makes up for it with price and taste. The least amount of money spent on any meal we had in Manhatten, and the most we talked about any restaurant other than Tavern On The Green. We visited three times out of the week we spent in NYC. Good Times