Wonton soup? Not really. Salty soup, goey wonton. Spring roll dripping with oil. Pasty dim sum with questionable fillings. Indifferent service. Not my idea of a good Chinese meal.
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Ate there several times before, Yesterday returned with Family , 11 all together, for Dinner. Menu has been changed - new dishes and new updated prices - more expensive. Service was slow even though it was the middle of the week. Salads were tasty, Main...More
Eaten there over last few years, and loved it, but this week's return and newer menu less wonderful. My mother's sesame chicken salad only okay, my lemongrass chicken soup overpowering, my husband's wonton soup underwhelming, my son the sushi lover actually left over the TNT....More
Being a picky eater, I was concerned about eating in Israel. I had no need to feel this wasy. RYU, on Jerusalem's Emik Rafa'am Street was wonderful. It serves kosher Asian food - we started with a chicken liver egg roll- which was delicious, and...More
my husband and i have eaten the business lunch at RYU numerous times because it is great value for the price , the food is excellent and it is kosher to boot. the restaurant is beautifully decorated inside and in their garden area, the bathrooms...More
great selection and execution on a variety of dishes in this kosher meat restaurant- one dish a bit too salty, but that is likely because I use little myself in my cooking- tasty fresh veggies with beef, chicken, etc. and a lovely duck appetizer too-...More
Food was delicious and much better than Asian food in US, and no comparision to American Kosher Chinese restaurants. The food was light, more vegetables than meat, not greasy, with flavorful sauces. The decor is beautiful.
Very hip restaurant, fun atmosphere, good food. We were met there by a relative who is studying in Jerusalem. It was his recommendation and we were glad he suggested it.
Had dinner there once and enjoyed it a lot. Good food, service was ok. Not sure whether I will go back though, as I just found out they're not willing to deliver to the Muslim quarters in East-Jerusalem. Even though their advertisement says 'delivery throughout...More
A beautiful restaurant located on Emek Refaim's restaurant row. The staff is very well trained and very conversant in English as well as in Hebrew. The food is very good, served efficiently and presented very artistically. The menu shows great depth and imagination. The chef...More