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Posted by vampL on 2014-08-01
Today was my second visit to XO and it was better than the first time. Chow fun is crazy good.
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-12-12
I was there today for lunch and both of my children wanted rice noodles. One wanted shrimp and the other wanted to try with fish slices and parsley. Well, the rice noodle dishes arrived -- there was only 2 shrimp per rice noodle (normally there are 3) a
Posted by Happy Diners on 2010-11-29
the Cheong Fun or Steamed Rice Noodles are superb. They also do good Congee. :)
however, we didn't like their Dim Sum nor Japanese/Korean dishes -- go elsewhere for those.
Service at most of C-Town is spotty and this very popular place is just as ru
Posted by Ignacio and Pascal on 2010-09-10
A surprisingly rich and fresh mixtures of flavors in a low key and low price venue. Keep your expectations low and you are in for a pleasant surprise.
Posted by Ananymous on 2010-08-26
So glad we stumbled across this place! They had the best dim sum ever. The service was good as well. Will definitely be back!!
Posted by anonymous on 2009-08-17
The food is amazing! It's usually really crowded and there's too many posters on the walls with too much info., but the service is great. Don't get the garlic bread. It has no garlic flavor at all and it's not really toasted. The ham and cheese casserole'
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-21
Cheap east village hot spot. It can be crowded and the atmosphere isn't fancy but they have unique posters for better view of the menu. I had the watercress dumpling and the japanese pan-fried dumplings which were all good and besides dimsum their congee
Posted by ML on 2008-04-07
This is the best Chinese food in the city. The pan fried noodles, sliced fish congee is so good it makes my mouth water just thinking about it. I go here with friends, alone, with family....the food keeps bringing me back. The hot sauce is pretty amazing