Mediocre Chinese food, not terrible but definitely not great. Everything you would expect from a generic Chinese restaurant.
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We were here with friends on Christmas Eve. Superb! Everyone really liked their food. It was a great meal.
It has been 14 months since we previously reviewed this family-owned business, even though we have been here several times in between. The quality of food is exceptional. And since then we have learned that the noted rare books collector who lives in the neighborhood...More
Arguably the best Chinese restaurant I've ever eaten at. The hot & sour soup is absolutely the best. Their dishes using local seasonal greens are incredible, and the scallion pancake appetizer is delicious...but by far, the best dish I've had here, and by extension at...More
It is a small and dated restaurant but the food is very good. Don't let the facade stop you from going in. The restaurant is clean. The staff is very friendly and attentive. The restaurant is clean. The food here is not your typical Chinese....More
Lot's of people think Great Wall is the best Chinese restaurant ever. I, for one, can't really understand why it has this reputation. My father in law wants to eat three whenever we go out. I'll admit that it's better than a run of the...More
The food is good, no denying, but not worth the cost of the small portions, the fact that you will get all the way home before realizing they left stuff out of your order or got some of it wrong, and having to deal with...More
As my dad was reaching his 100th birthday, we brought him from New York City to an assisted living facility in Western Massachusetts. While spry and fully alert, he could no longer continue on his own in his own New York apartment. As soon as...More
This was my first experience with dim sum, and I'm happy to say it happened here at Great Wall, a small, friendly place with a family feel. All we had to say - there were 6 of us - was "Yes" when asked if we...More