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Posted by Anonymous on 06/08/2005
The place is cramped and old. It's always full b/c only about 20 people would be able to sit in it if they had it set up like most restaurants, but they really jam people in there like sardines. Second, if you're going there for lunch, which is their busiest meal, don't expect to get a lunch special. They only do the lunch specials for take out. The food is better than your standard counter-joint Chinese, but its certainly not worth the money. $15 for General Tso's is overpriced. The best way to go with this place is lunch take out or delivery. We were very disappointed with our eat-in lunch there.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/24/2005
I love the General Tso's chicken here -- probably some of the best I've had in the city. The staff, however, is extremely rude. Everytime I've gone in to pick up food, or called in an order, they are nothing but unpleasant. Maybe it's because the restaurant is always packed, but it still doesn't warrant unfriendly service. Stick with the lunch specials, otherwise the food can be a bit pricey.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2005
...and I really loved it. But make sure you make a reservation.
Posted by Frances Fu on 03/04/2005
I'm a Chinese from Taiwan, very piggy for the Chinese food what I could eat and found in here. Especially when they claims themselves represent traditional Chinese food. This restaurant serve great selections of Sichuan cuisine, not only hot & spicy, but also keep the traditional falvor of Chinese food of Sichuan province. I believe the quality and flavor of the food will keep me back again and again!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/02/2005
The food here is always top notch and the service is not bad either. Very crowded during lunch so make reservations. The only draw back is the atmosphere not very impressive.
Posted by koondog on 09/27/2004
Delivery can be spotty. Took 15 mins one time and 65 the next.
Posted by Jackie on 07/20/2004
I used to work at 30 Rock and one of the most enjoyable experiences is eating at Wu Liang. My office has relocated and there is not a day that goes by that I don't miss this restaurant. It's busy and you MUST have a reservation, but it's worth the wait. The food is fresh and done to perfection. I have never had a bad meal here. I am looking forward to going there for dinner and once again enjoying excellent Chinese cuisine.