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Posted by joe from midtown on 10/10/2011
I had some trepidation before going here for dinner last night as some of the reviews were less than favorable. I found the food and service to be the opposite of what was written. The duck was delicious and half a duck cost 8 or 9 bucks. Come on people this is 1/2 a duck in NYC. I'm not sure what some reviewers want. Food for Free? It was crispy and yummy. The service was ok but you know its chinatown. Its as good as it will ever be. The wonton noodles cost me 5 bucks. I got out of there full and i dropped less than 20 bucks. You cant beat that with a duck!
Posted by anonymous on 09/12/2011
the first time i got a pound of chicken wings, it thought it was kind of costly AND the meat was so hard. today i decided to try it again. the chicken wings weighed in at a cost of $5.13 and the cashier charged me $5.40 plus tax to total $$5.88. she gave me change of $0.10 instead of $0.12 from $6.00. the chicken wings were as hard as a rock as they were the last time i bought them. sad. bye bye.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2010
I was very very disappointed in this restaurant. I got on a subway to come here and the people were rude on the phone and in person and the food was HORRIBLE. I ordered many different dishes and I was disappointed with all of this.
Posted by ben on 05/20/2010
Why was I charged $3 for a 16 oz bottle nestea? I don't even pay that in midtown! $26 for a wonton soup, dan dan noodle, a quarter of a duck, and 3 sodas? For the last 10 years of living in chinatown that's a first where the bill is dropped before my noodle arrived. Then I was asked for the tip before I even ate!
Posted by Joa on 06/10/2009
Never got the food, the guy gave up finding the adress after an hour - despite me explaining in detail the way. Maybe the delivery guys should be given a gps or at least a touristmap?
Posted by Yummy Clay Casserole on 03/27/2008
Well, if you like roast duck and pork, this is THE place, their duck is so crispy and flavorful, unlike some of the other places in town, roast duck means roast duck with no flavor what so ever, This is a great place if u want truly yummy bbq, and their clay rice casserole is a must have, make sure u order it with a fried egg, they'll serve the egg deep fried but the yoke is still some what raw, break it and the hot rice will cook it to perfection. get one of those claypot rice casserole and an order or duck u have a nice dinner for about $10. cant ask for more. Though the place is always packed, ppl walking by the little alley will for sure make u a bit uncomfortable if u sit by the windows, and the staff do always provide the best service, and the whole restaurant is a bit sticky, from the chairs to the table, but that comes with eating in chinatown, if that doesnt bother you then you have urself a great deal
Posted by wonton noodle was good on 07/20/2006
We stopped by late one night, had the wonton noodle soup, which was really cheap, $4, was a smaller bowl than i thought it would be, it was good, nothing extradinary, my boyfriend had the salty fish fried rice, $6.95 with chicken, charged a little too much for the amount we received, it was hot and tasty, overall the menu items comes with good value.