He good was delicious. Not greasy and vegetables were prepared properly. Will definitely go back again.
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I got the Pad Thai and found it to be just average. It wasn't bad, not great, just average. Fried ice cream for dessert was below average. The service was good and the place was very clean. It had a quiet atmosphere and overall had...More
We ordered steamed rock cod. It was somewhat pricy, but very tasty. The fish was perfectly steamed and the sauce was flavorful without overwhelming the taste of the fish. We also ordered beef with green beans. This was very good, too. Sometimes, the chef puts...More
I've been there twice in the past month. The menu is extensive. The service is very friendly but not consistent. Some nights it is very good and others they appear to be short staffed. The food is uniformly good. It is difficult to select one...More
My family came to this restaurant spontaneously on Christmas. Almost all other restaurants in Chinatown were booked with reservations. I see now why this place had walk in availability. We experienced bad service and very unfriendly staff! I would not recommend!
We ordered the family dinner combination and the fried rice and lo mein were both bland. The Mongolian beef was good but not as sweet as I wanted. We waited a long time to get waited on and always seemed like we were causing an...More
I went here for lunch. I order the shrimp with lobster sauce. For me there was not enough ginger and garlic. But the flavor was good and the presentation Ok. I also got the hot and sour soup but unfortunately it wasn't hot.
The location is convenient. Free parking is in lot on corner of 5th Avenue and Jackson Street. Parking spaces are along the east wall with sign that says "New Star". It is acceptable to park elsewhere in lot if wall spaces are filled. As you...More
While in Seattle, I ate at this restaurant about 6 times. I tried different dishes but their pork chops and lemon chicken are especially tasty. Vegetables are very crisp with superb taste. Their prices may be slightly higher than other Chinese restaurants but the buck...More
This was my first time in New Star. I had been walking around Chinatown for the last hour and was getting hungry. I was the only person in the restaurant but it was only four in the afternoon. I ordered the potstickers and orange beef....More