Not open at this point in time
Closed because of a fire :-(
It has closed because of a fire
affordable, chinese american staples. great for family style dining and groups.
Ollie's moved to 160 Freedom Place which is a good 30 minute walk from it's former, very convenient, location on Broadway. Not sure which moron thought this was a good idea ... but, it's not : (
So far, the best hot & sour soup in nyc
$9 for fried rice? Yeah, no thanks
Be careful if you come a few minutes before 3p, they don't give u the lunch menu
Didn't even eat here. Walked in and one of the servers kept staring at me like I did't belong there. If a place can't welcome me then they obviously don't need my business.
Finally got a cleanliness rating - a solid B
Great food bad ordering accuracy. Check your receipt they are rude and have trouble with English
Food is good but service sucks! You almost feel rushed out!
Good if u like overpriced americanized asian food. Ethnic foods are best when its in the 'hood. Lol
How are there no dinner combination specials?! That's not cool.
Dear God these people are rude
Vegetable steamed bun! YUM! And spinach rice!
Customer Service sucks.
Service leaves a lot to be desired. Wait staff isn't the most friendly.
Whoever said the little of everything noodle soup is a retard. It's disgusting. Singapore maifun was more promising. I was just dissatisfied.
Their "Beef Stewed with noodle in broth" is a must for spice lovers!
Just don't come here after 10pm, when it's time to close, no matter if you're still eating, they'll ask you to leave. Disappointing.
Best noodle soup in the area
Best Chinese food I've ever had. Good portions. Good price. Scallion pancakes are awesome.
Try the roast pork cantonese wonton andput some noodles in it. It's pure pleasure.
It's been "grade pending" for a long long time now
Sesame Feast is amazing! Like General Tso's, just without the fatty breading!
They can cook fried rice. That's all that matters.
Reliable, quick and inexpensive Chinese food. Dine in upstairs or get your food to go downstairs. Try any of the steamed dumplings and the “Little Bit of Everything noodle” soup.
Forget finding authenticity here, but it's serviceable American-influenced Chinese food for non-special occasions.
The house fried rice would be great if I wasn't crunching down on all those granuals of salt! Jeez! Tell them to hold the salt!
I love this place @lunch or dinner during Fashion Week
hummmm, Fast food
SKIP THE DUMPLINGS!!! I mean, it's like they don't know how to make dumplings. Utterly tasteless! Thankfully, the sauce was good!
why no air conditioning?
Homies need to work on their customer service skills!
Duck wanton soup is amazing!!!!
This place is across the street from Lincoln Loews IMAX theater. Great place to get chinese food before or after show. I recommend their steamed pork buns. Made to order on premises & worth the wait.
Food is basically ok but the service is hurried and obnoxious. Also, why the extra charge for fried noodles with inside orders? Free everywhere else.
Ok. Fast food
Get the steamed pork bun, they are to die for!!! Great comfort food for $2.50. Service is impersonal, sorry, but the food does come FAST.
Best. Fans. Ever.
best chinese in manhattan. but lousy service no matter what location youre at!
The best Chinese food outside of Chinatown! Wonton soup is delicious and not oily, sesame chicken is white meat and tasty, pork fried rice is amazing!
The food is good but the service was HORRIABLE!
Service is consistently impersonal and aloof, but the food makes up for it. Roast pork with string beans my favorite dish.
Make sure nobody bribes the delivery guy to find out your address. Your secret plot could be foiled.
Best place to go if your heading to the Lincoln AMC theater. It's fast, cheap, and delicious!!!!
Order at the counter and sit in the front section, food is ready quickly. The kung pao chicken and egg rolls are delicious, best I've had on the UWS!