Wu Liang Ye

Chinese Restaurant$$$$
Rockefeller Center, New York
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  • Jimmy Y.
    "Get the Dan Dan noodles, the steamed pork buns and ma po tofu"(11 Tips)
    hugo l.
    "sichuan pickles and dan dan noodles are great."(2 Tips)
    Leslie T.
    "Dandan noodles (spicy and wonderful)."(2 Tips)
    Lori L.
    "... Dan noodles, and the Ma Po Tofu."(3 Tips)
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  • Meg K.
    Meg KMarch 31
    Very vegetarian friendly and the service was great. Do not miss this place!
  • Honghui Y.
    Honghui YuNovember 20, 2016
    A good option in Midtown for szechuan food though I tend to prefer Szechuan Gourmet and Lan Sheng down on 39th Street.
  • Leslie T.
    Leslie TengJune 11, 2016
    Peking duck (thin pancakes, meaty duck, crispy skin, just the right amount of hoisin sauce). Dandan noodles (spicy and wonderful). Beef with scallions and doubled cooked pork -- all amazing.
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAugust 14, 2015
    Try the appetizer portion of the Dan Dan noodles. The size is good if you want to sample it with someone.
  • Marshall S.
    Marshall St. ClairMay 27, 2015
    Expensive but everything was great. Dan Dan noodles, moo shy pork, cold noodles with sesame, vermicelli noodles w pork. Shrimp Mei fun
  • Rachel S.
    Rachel SheppardMarch 9, 2015
    Wonton soup is delicious
  • Jimmy Y.
    Jimmy YMarch 6, 2015
    Get the Dan Dan noodles, the steamed pork buns and ma po tofu
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoFebruary 22, 2015
    Slightly pricey Chinese food in the Rockefeller area. The Sichuan dishes are the best on the menu, so be sure to try the Braised Beef with Napa, the Dan Dan noodles, and the Ma Po Tofu.
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoFebruary 21, 2015
    Stick to the Sichuan specialities, like the Ma Po Tofu, Braised Beef with Napa, and Twice Cooked Pork Belly. Prices skew on the higher end for Chinese, so come prepared.
  • Jen S.
    Jen ShinFebruary 7, 2015
    dan dan noodles and dumplings.
  • Douglas L.
    Douglas LebensfeldDecember 8, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Best Chinese food in NYC!
  • Adam H.
    Adam HillAugust 7, 2014
    Big fan of their sliced chicken in garlic sauce
  • Andreea O.
    Andreea OdangiuMay 23, 2014
    Awesome food!! Spicy and flavorful! Would totally go back.
  • Cheryl H.
    Cheryl HuangFebruary 25, 2014
    Try their dan dan noodles. It's very spicy but delicious!
  • Tejash P.
    Tejash PatelFebruary 24, 2014
    Good ambience, nice food, rude waiters
  • Arthur R.
    Arthur RJanuary 21, 2014
    best to order food way in advance as 30min wait is really 1.5hr +
  • Jason B.
    Jason B.October 5, 2013
    Been there several times and the service hugely depends on who your head waiter is. The food is only okay at best. Overpriced, specially the vegetable dishes.
  • JD H.
    JD HongAugust 9, 2013
    Get vermicelli noodles with minced pork. You won't regret it
  • Tian L.
    Tian LanApril 7, 2013
    Overpriced
  • Aaron W.
    Aaron WeinbergDecember 26, 2012
    Food was fair, service leaves something to be desired. Rushed the entire time. Staff were rude and pushy.
  • Daniel
    DanielMarch 1, 2012
    The braised fish filet with cucumber chef special blew us away. The ma po to fu was a little disappointing compared to GS and SG
  • Erica S.
    Erica SwallowDecember 4, 2011
    Try the Dan Dan Noodles (they have a vegetarian version) and the Sichuan pickles. The string beans are also tasty.
  • hugo l.
    hugo liuDecember 4, 2011
    order from the first two pages of the menu for real specialities. sichuan pickles and dan dan noodles are great.
  • stephanie s.
    stephanie sigafoosDecember 4, 2011
    The DanDan noodles were excellent. Try the chicken in plum sauce. Amazing. Entrees are huge - big enough to share with leftovers!
  • Cola Z.
    Cola Z.September 3, 2011
    I ordered an appetizer, garlic pork slices, tastes amazing but dish size way too big for an appetizer dish for 2 people.
  • Kimberly Y.
    Kimberly YueAugust 13, 2011
    Great lemon chicken and filet with pepper sauce--don't recommend the lo mein--it's dry
  • Felicia Z.
    Felicia Z.July 30, 2011
    Best Chinese food in the city (in my opinion), but you gotta know what to order. Real Chinese is fresh ingredients and great spices. Fresh steamed fish and string beans with yibin are amazing.
  • Lindsey
    LindseyJuly 28, 2011
    You will not be disappointed with ANYTHING you order here, but their Sweet & Sour Chicken was the best I have ever tasted.
  • Mutty
    MuttyJuly 18, 2011
    The dine-in menu differs from the take-out menu. No lunch specials. Read more
  • Franchesca R.
    Franchesca RamseyMay 25, 2011
    The service leaves much to be desired. We're in a large group of 40 with a pre-set menu and it's like pulling teeth trying to get the waiters to explain the dishes.
  • China Daily USA
    China Daily USAMarch 25, 2011
    It has several great dishes, including the Dan Dan noodles and bamboo slices. But the service definitely needs improvement.
  • Troy W.
    Troy WilliamsFebruary 10, 2011
    Food is good, but the service SUCKS!
  • Giovanna S.
    Giovanna SunJanuary 17, 2011
    Highly recommend Razor Clams and Dan Dan noodles Read more
  • Giovanna S.
    Giovanna SunJanuary 5, 2011
    Razor Clams with sichuan pepper corn-scallion vinaigrette is amazing!
  • Chieko B.
    Chieko BonnaJuly 25, 2010
    This place is one of my favorite Chinese restaurant in NYC. I have been here about 6 years now. All of my friends and co-wokers like this place.
  • Matt28800 @.
    Matt28800 @July 21, 2010
    The Cold sesame noodles are the best in NYC, delicious!
  • Patrick H.
    Patrick HealyJune 6, 2010
    Avoid this place. Way overpriced contrary to what Yelp says. Service was rude and awful and the waiters tacked on a little extra for tip and didn't tell us. AVOID AVOID AVOID
  • st
    stApril 15, 2010
    get the Dan Dan noodles. very yummy.
  • Sebastien K.
    Sebastien KuoApril 10, 2010
    Get anything with szechuan peppercorns, e.g. mapo tofu
  • Stephen L.
    Stephen LuoMay 25, 2014
    下午开始手机就没电了,补个签到。这家店上次刚来美国的时候来扭腰觉得贵,普通话粤语英语混合的地方,川菜蛮好吃的,服务有种旧社会上海的感觉,还有待提高,灯光昏暗没那么舒服。
  • Rosa M.
    Rosa MartínezJuly 23, 2013
    Visiten!!!! Simplemente Delicioso!!! El servicio, más que excelente!!!!!
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