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Wu Liang Ye
Posted by Paige Phoenix, Arizons on 12/15/2014
Food was fabulous. Beef was very tender. Very fresh. I'm glad we went and didn't get influenced by negative reviews of the restaurant. Beautiful inside and clean!!
Posted by JM on 11/28/2013
The food was delicious and abundant - very fresh. Recommend.
Posted by Bill on 03/22/2013
Reading some of the reviews, it seems to me that many of the reviewers are ordering wrong at the Wu. You need to order Szechuan food here. Don't order Americanized Chines food that you get in other places or which Chines places develop for americans that like General Tso's chicken or similar. Order poached chicken, dumplings, dan dan noodles, etc. Sheesh.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2013
The dish we ordered was not fresh and extremely oily tasting. We should have checked prior reviews (which are all bad). DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY AT THIS PLACE there are too many other good restaurants in Manhattan.
Posted by AJE on 02/13/2013
The meat dish was unrecognizable as any meat I've ever seen. The broccoli was old -- half yellow. The service was extremely rude.
Posted by Mary on 07/12/2012
Service was really rude--brusque, curt answers, and the wait time was really long. As for the food, if you like the taste of oily plastic drinking straws, you'll love Wu Liang Ye's. My stomach felt dirty afterwards.
Posted by Phillyfamily on 05/13/2012
We just had dinner this evening at this restaurant. Visiting from Philly for a special mother's day, my daughter had chosen this restaurant for our pre-theater dinner. The unsmiling, stern waiter got two out of four dinners that we ordered wrong. When we explained the problem, the waiter looked angrier and walked away, leaving us uncertain whether we could expect any resolution. No apology, no words at all. We sat there baffled until we could get his attention. After seriously reprimanding us for not being clear enough when ordering he muttered he was replacing one meal. How does this place stay in business? We order these same meals at every Chinese restaurant and they are pretty basic (my husband likes very spicy vegetarian food, but not my daughter) but her veggie meal was cooked the same as his, extremely spicy. He didn't come near us again to ask if we were ok. We had to ask for water glasses to be refilled. Food was average and overpriced. The experience cast a pall on our mother's day. My daughter apologized for choosing this restaurant. I felt terrible for her. Please don't patronize this restaurant.