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Posted by anonymous on 12/02/2012
Ordered dinner from here and though the food came quickly it was nothing short of inedible. Each dish was worse than the next. Greasy, bland, and inauthentic. Look elsewhere for pan-Asian food.
Posted by Elly on 12/28/2011
Nice atmosphere. Great drinks, great service and great food. My fav dish is the spicy beef. Very reasonable prices considering the location. Nice to leave a restaurant with a full stomach and not an empty wallet. This spot will be in my regular rotation.
Posted by Kg on 06/07/2011
I ate here for the 1st time yesterday.. I ordered the Pan Seared flounder in lemon caper sauce paired with Sauteed green beans... The beans were fresh, crispy seasoned to perfection. The flounder was seared and not Burnt! Service was fast and accomodating.. Overall great lunch!
Posted by cjay on 04/07/2011
I ordered delivery for dinner from here yesterday solely based on the good reviews online - figured I try a new place. First off, the person who took the order was very friendly and helpful, a pleasant surprise. I ordered General Tso's chicken with brown rice, fried chicken and vegetable dumplings. The fried chicken was on their lunch menu but they prepared it anyway. The order came quickly and the food was clearly fresh. The General Tso's chicken and vegetable dumpling were very good, not oily or covered in sauce. The fried chicken was fine but not a stand-out dish. I haven't decided where this place will fit into the list of places that I'd typically order from, but I can recommend it thus far, and i'd definitely try the place again.
Posted by CaliGirl on 01/13/2011
I almost never write about my dining experience, especially in a city that isn't my own. But I felt compelled to let you New Yorkers know about this place I happened upon one January night while I was in town for a conference. Unpretentious, low-key, and ridiculously reasonably priced, I was just terribly disappointed that it was my last night in NY and was flying home the next day. I'm not all about portion size but it definitely helps when you don't leave a place hungry. They CARE about the food and they use fresh ingredients. My pan fried pork dumplings were perfectly crisped and almost didn't need that delicious dipping sauce. My Salted Pepper Seafood was excellent. Big chunks of flounder filet, scallops, calamari and shrimp covered with chopped garlic, peppers, ginger and shallots. Brown rice and crisp sauteed green beans accompanied the dish. The staff just chatty enough to be friendly but not overly attentive. I didn't necessarily care for the game that was on over the bar but they were playing an interesting mix of bossa nova and Brazilian jazz. It was extremely cold and they were having a slow night. Had a nice conversation with the staff. Will definitely have to come back when I'm in town again.
Posted by BridgetJonesNI on 11/23/2010
We had spent Sunday morning wandering around Chelsea Market and the sights and smells there had made us very hungry… time for brunch! Zemi had come highly recommended as a good brunch place in the area so we were prepared for it to be full of people. Yet when we walked in at 11.40am (with brunch being served from 11am) the place was empty. Strange. It seemed nice inside though so in we went and ordered a $5 lychee belini each while we considered the menu. The belinis were delicious as well as good value. With our stomachs now rumbling we ordered the Belgian waffles (with a side of toast and a side of bacon) and the brioche French toast with stewed apple and caramel sauce (with a side of bagel and cream cheese). So. Delicious. The waffles were simple and plain but really yummy with an unlimited supply of maple syrup. The toast was nice but we would have expected more than 1 small slice. The bacon was nice but a bit too fatty. The brioche French toast with the apple and caramel was very sweet (well obviously) but the flavours and textures complimented one another perfectly. The bagel with cream cheese added a well-needed savoury aspect and was really nice, with a very generous amount of cream cheese. Whilst enjoying another belini and a mimosa in a state of post-brunch satisfaction, we checked out our surroundings a bit more. The interior of this little café/bar is red brick and dark wood and they kept the lighting nice and low, so it’s a little dark but I quite like that. They were also playing chilled out music at just the right volume to allow for easy conversation but still add to the ambience. There was also an English Premiership Football match on the TV above the bar, which kept my husband very happy. We were the only people there for maybe half an hour or so and then another group of four came in. Oddly that was it - maybe it gets busier a bit later in the day? The service was great too – friendly staff. We really loved this place and imagine if we lived in the area we would be regular brunch-goers here.
Posted by Arlene on 12/29/2009
The food is so good that it's hard to believe how well priced it is. The Pad Thai is delicious! I highly recommend it, especially for a large party since the menu is so eclectic.