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All reviews szechuan dumplings egg rolls shredded pork shrimp rice soups white wine chinese food upper west side seafood delight nice neighborhood restaurant tasted delicious run of the mill have eaten here food is excellent fast service lunch menu
Dumplings and egg rolls are tops, had a noodle dish that was excellent as well. Big carry out and delivery place. Service inside was pretty much non existent but the quality of food made up for it. Very inexpensive for the quality.
Visited with husband and 17yr old son for dinner. Ordered szechuan dumplings with spicy sauce to start. Amazing sauce and carafe of white wine also put on table with iced water. Ordered broccoli in garlic, shredded pork with garlic and szechuan beef with vegetable rice...More
The service was quite slow. Never checked on us. We had to ask for water twice before more was served. Ordered shrimp with brocoli and it had a reddish sticky sauce on it. Nothing like I had anywhere else. Not a great dish at all.
This is a run-of-the-mill Chinese restaurant. We live in the neighborhood. The Cottage is a fixture, so it can't be that bad, but it's just not that good either.The cuisine is better in the restaurant than via delivery. Avoid the scallion pancakes - terrible. MooShu...More
I was coming here on a recommendation and was very disappointed. Shrimp was not fresh and vegetables were soaked in oil. The young chow fried rice was good but I got home and had stomach issues for two days. I passed on their complimentary white...More
Everyone around us got white wine as a free bonus for visiting the restaurant but I think they assumed I was to young to drink wine. That’s the only negative I have, it sounds stuck up but I would’ve loved some goon with my Chinese...More
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