I haven't been down in this section of the city in quite some time, only remembering its past, when you wouldn't have wanted to be walking up to the second floor of a building in the middle of Ludlow Street. The fact is that when our wine group got here at 5:45, a few of them thought the place was closed up. Before 6, the door is shut, covered in graffiti and stickers and the ground floor business does look like it's closed. Thus, the initial impression is, where is this place and do I really want to go there. Then when you first walk through the door, the impression still isn't great and two flights of steps await you. Get past it as the food is really good. It's still BYOB but with a $5 corkage. We had a large group, so we ordered three of whatever we got. I thought the Chinese Sausage was good, as were the steamed buns. The drunken shrimp were tasty and the crepes were interesting. Not really a crepe as I was expecting but very good none the less. Service was good but not spectacular. Overall we have a great time with very good food. We'll be back.
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