Great spicy seafood noodle! Spicy is not spicy... but real good taste! Good ambient In middle of Chinatown.
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Our experience was bad, even though the food was really tasty. Food we have ordered was really taste, the dumplings we had were fantastic. The server "Ivy" was so unkind and unfriendly that she turned our good evening into an evening in which we spent...More
Service was brilliant and we were given recommendations which was helpful. The food is authentic, so not heavily flavoured like some Chinese outlets. Very light flavours and the seafood was very plentiful. Very reasonably priced for NY.
I had the Hot Pot Rice and it came to the table in a sizzling cast iron pot, big enough for two. As I looked around, all of the meals looked delicious and I must go back for the Dim Sum!
My first time here but trust me as i will be back for more. Loving their claypot rice, regardless chicken or salty fish. I even ordered 2 packets to bring home with me (3 hours drive back to Upstate New York). Simply comforting food and...More
The dumplings are so good here that we went twice during our visit to New York City. The place is tiny so expect to be a bit cramped. You may also have to wait a bit but the service is lightning fast so the tables...More
We chose to eat here on our last night of 3 in NYC. Food in general in Manhattan is very expensive and we were hoping to find something that wasn't going to break the bank but still be good quality. We were also looking for...More
Noodle Village satisfied my craving for wonton noodles. I'm usually a big fan of the jumbo wontons made of ground shrimp, but Noodle Village's wontons are impressive as well -- not super large, but at least there are actual pieces are shrimp inside. The egg...More