New York, NY 10013
Village Voice's Description
Like an Asian Shopsin's, there's seemingly nothing this place doesn't cook.Chinese-Cantonese, Sichuan and beyond-Malaysian, Japanese, Thai and pretty much every other category you can think of is on the menu or one of the many written specials posted on the walls of the restaurant. Pork's blood casserole for breakfast? Check. Eel with teriyaki? Check. Braised Goose Feet? Check. You get the idea. Spicy chow fun with seafood is especially tasty, and the baked oysters, served in the shell, covered with garlicky breadcrumbs, are the most freakishly giant bivalves we've ever seen.
Tips from foursquare
Yummy and cheap. So many options for everyone.
Minced beef baked with cheese over rice is boss
I ordered the udon and it says you can make it hot/spicy for an extra .55 cents.. All they do is squeeze a whole bunch of hot sauce in the bottom of the bowl. I do not recommend.
Order the Pork, Shirmp, Parsley Wonton Noodle Soup, amazing and it will warm you up!
Snow pea leaf dumplings and congee with your favorite ingredients (dried scallop, bean curd, and sliced fish). Don't forget the fried dough for your congee.