Five of us had the Peking Duck special dinner, preceded by generous appetizers, accompanied by delicious side dishes and washed down with ($95) Poully Fumai. The duck was not quite right, but otherwise everything else was delicious.
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I know this restaurant has been around forever and seems to be in a major time warp- think late 80s early 90s- but, if you allow yourself to be transported to a different time it kindof works. To start, and let's make no bones about...More
One of the best and original Mr Chow. Food is expensive and you generally need to book. But this place is the place to be for incredible Chinese food made Mr Chow way. Also get to see a lot of celebrities eating out here. Be...More
The staff at Mr Chow is fantastic. We were warmly greeted on arrival, and seated per my reservation request in a banquette. The food, the atmosphere, the drinks, the staff - PERFECTION! Do not miss eating here when you go to NYC. It is consistently...More
We chose the classic semi prix fixe meal and ordered the 3 appetizers and 3 entrees for $66/person. Appetizers: Chicken satay lobster shumai Vermicelli with lobster 3 entrees: Sea bass (added $4/person) Beef with oyster sauce Crispy duck 2 sides (choose type of vegetable and...More
The environment is very agreeable and the service correct. Incredible sort of delicious appetizers and main courses.
Had high expectations but left feeling disappointed. Restaurant is beautful and staff were clearly pros, but let's get to the important stuff: the food. Though some items were outstanding, more than a few were just so-so. Given the reputation and cost, I was hoping to...More