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miamimike Oct 23, 2007 07:12 PM

wow was this place an utter disappointment!!!!! Food was bland, tasteless, and just not good. The service was inexperienced. The dining room was a catering hall feel to it. We had spare ribs, shrimp dumplings, seafood dish, rice noodles with chicken, and asian strip steak. Please save your money and time. If you want good chinese go to China Dumpling in Boynton Beach, Jasmine's in Boca, Uncle Tai's in Boca. These places are good but as all of you already know, good chinese in florida is all relative. It just isn't good anywhere!

  1. Rimtalay Oct 27, 2007 02:18 PM

    My wife and I just went there 10/26 around 10pm. We had the appetizer plate, wonton soup & chicken lomein. So far, I think this is one of the best NY style Chinese I had so far. The appetizer plate had fried wings, egg roll, ribs, fantailed shrimps, & crab rangoon. The ribs had a fairly complex flavor of hoisin & 5 spice, very good. What a nice sampling! all the fried stuff were great. It's one of those fried food that the oil temp. was just right and everything is perfectly crispy without absorb the oil. The wonton soup was good, with a good size roasted pork in it. Tons of green onion. The lo mein was made from egg noodle (like tiny fectuccini) instead of the fat round noodle, very mild. I had to asked for hot pepper. The service was slow but people watching was amusing. Why rush through a meal!

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      vickst2000 Mar 24, 2013 05:50 PM

      You may have hit a bad night, I drive past China Dumpling and Uncle Tai's to get to this place. As rimtalay says below, it's very good and I always ask for the same waitress that has been there for 35 years and she IS experienced and good.

      A bit pricey but well worth it.

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