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We've been getting take out for years from Hunan Park, but tonight we decided to dine in. I can't believe we waited this long to actually to sit in the dining room. The food is great as always. The surprising perk was the customer service,...More
Far too many better Asian restaurants on the Upper Westside to bother returning. Place was practically empty at lunch and I can now understand why --- my friend and I decided to try it only because the place nearby we wanted to patronize was full...More
Dining Room is dull and dirty and that is why I usually do take out. The food, well, although I gave them another chance, has not changed. Sometimes I feel as if I am eating someone's leftovers. MUST find another place.
My family and I were riding bicycles around Central Park and decided to stop for lunch. My oldest son saw the sign outside this restaurant saying "all you can eat sushi $24.95". I thought, well if the sushi is fresh and made to order what...More
We thought, based on one or two lunch orders that this neighborhood restaurant (which now calls itself simply Hunan Park) had improved.The dinner we ordered in tonight shows how wrong we were. Fried vegetable dumplings? Thick skinned, tough, barely fried, and cold. Prawns with ginger...More
This restaurant went through a rough period where preparation of food was really bad. They seem to have changed chefs and taken more care and now one can get good, basic Chinese food. The cold noodles in peanut sauce are tasty and filling. Many of...More
When ordering for a delivery from this restaurant I specifically indicated that there was a peanut allergy in our home.
Food was delivered in a timely
manner. However, after eating the food my six-year-old daughter got extremely ill and half of her face became swollen....More
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