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If you want an authentic Cantonese restaurant which serves the best food go here. You want crab or fish? or noodles or beef delicately spicy this is your place. They are efficient, friendly thus helpful.
They rally know how to cook!!
So I was nearby on a very cold NYC day and decided to get soup to go. I got The Famous, Fantastic Shrimp/Pork Wontons in the milk broth. Amazing, Fantastic and worth the wait.
I also got a 2 barbecue meat lunch and it was...More
Ungracious and uncomfortable. Not for tourists. Restaurant was empty aside from 3 tables at the front but we were seated at the far back right next to the kitchen doors which were constantly swinging in and out. Had to ask for tea and for water....More
I had dinner here a few weeks back while in NYC for a business event (we had a big table afterward with our crew). I had heard about Wu's before from other local friends, and I was not disappointed. We had 9 or 10 people,...More
$6.49 lunch specials. We one fish (breaded, fried) and one chicken dish. Both came with delicious greens. Lots of white rice (no brown rice available) , very tasty, homemade spicy oil provided on the side. Pot of tea included. Casual, clean , waiter service.
Okay, the venue and service may be a slight turnoff, but the food is actually quite good. Haven't tried anything on the dinner menu, but I was sufficiently impressed with the wonton noodles and dim sum.
We had great food and service and prices but....here comes the but: Originally we were going to order the crispy flounder but our waitress talked us into the 'SPECIAL'. Mistakenly we thought, "Well the fish dishes run from 20-30 bucks. This will probably be more,...More
Excellent Cantonese. Their bbq meats are all delicious. Great ribs, duck and Peking Duck. Very good seafood. Excellent lobster with noodles. Best bone broth wonton soup in the city, just order it. Service is fast and friendly. They do a big business and are most...More
A rock solid Cantonese venue on the eastern side of Chinatown famous for both wonton dumplings and roast duck. The restaurant can be crowded during dinner service but much more manageable than the popular spots in Chinatown and is still easy to get to via...More