The restaurant is a wonderful place if you like Gothic, antique and beautiful at the same time. Food is good,wonderful vibe and great drinks. Highly recommended.
The dumplings are great, tasty,crispy and the sauce is great. The rest of the menu is good also fried rice and there dinners very good. Small place a few tables to dine in but mostly a take out. Definitely a place to dine that's cozy...More
Convenient, fair prices, good selection and tasty food. Order dinner or lunch specials or a good array of specialty dishes. A block or two off the beaten track of traditional Chinatown, but with the "old time" Chinese restaurants which used to be a staple there,...More
Food is like typical western Chinese food. The plus side about them is that they're open late but their delivery time is extremely slow. A perk about them is that their scallion pancakes are pretty good and this is one of the few places that...More
As a child to adult living in Chinatown, there were distinct types of restaurants:1: the "sawdust" places, usually the ones dominated by local Asians, menus nearly non-existent, all cash, waietrs and patrons speak very little English ducks meat hanging in the windows, etc. With noodles,...More
Awful food that is overpriced and served on foam plates and bowls. Tea costs $2 each and was in tiny 6 oz disposable cups with cheap tea bags. The restaurant is in Chinatown but the food tastes anything but authentic Chinese style, with the same...More
My family of 4 recently had breakfast at this over priced restaurant and were charged an incredible $125 for a very unforgettable meal and they automatically added $17.50 gratuity. Take my advice and head down to Scotty's on Lexington, corner of 39th East for the...More
Great Chinese food. Light and fresh tasting. We each chose one of the featured menu items and they were excellent. The scallops I had were huge and perfectly cooked and just spicy enough. The service was excellent. Prices were great.