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  • Reviewed by:   on: 9/26/2013 3:41:28 AM
    I'm a born and raised New Yorker and have been living out here for six years. I've found most of the Chinese food out here to be disappointing. This place is 100% spot on in doing New York style Chinese food and I'm always weary when any place implies New York style.Another reviewer stated this was Chinese food for Americans and gave it a bad rating. The name of the place is "New York" Chinese, not Hong Kong. Last I checked New York was in American, not China. That's like going to the best Pizza place in town and saying it wasn't good because you're used to Pizza from Italy.Like with any ethnic food, there are two types: Americanized and Authentic. I happen to love both! Americanized Chinese food has it's place and for the most part, the American-style Chinese restaurants in Vegas stink.The Low Down:Won Ton Soup - Awesome! the Won Tons are made how I'm used to back home.Egg Roll - Amen! I've been longing for this for quite some time. Again, exactly like what I'm used to. I've had such a hard time finding good egg rolls.Kung Pao Chicken - Again, Awesome. NY doesn't really have a style with this, but it was simply good.Pork Fried Rice - Just what you'd expect. Nothing special, but it was good.My one little tip to get the NY experience: when you get the noodles and duck sauce in the beginning, ask for the spicy mustard and mix it with the duck sauce.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 8/17/2013 6:36:10 AM
    The food was great and the servings are enormous. Lots of leftovers. Excellent service too.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 6/21/2013 11:18:40 AM
    I am so excited to have this place so close to my house! Finally decided to give it a shot after driving by on my way to Target all the time.The thing that really pushed me into trying NYC is that you can order online. It's an introvert's dream. I was super-pleasantly surprised to see two features: one, they have dinner combinations (most places only have lunch combos) and two, they still give you your soup when you do a takeout order. YAY! The combo includes the entree, rice (pork fried, white or brown), your choice of soup, an eggroll, crab rangoon and a packet of fried wontons. For $8.25. Amazing.I ordered my standard Mongolian beef and found it delicious. Not a gristly piece of meat to be found, great sauce and plenty of onions. I ordered it mild, which translated to no spice at all, so I will go medium next time and see what that's like. Pork fried rice, of course. Not the best I've ever had, but pretty tasty. I chose wonton soup, which was delicious. The broth was great and there were 3 giant, freshly made wontons in it (filled with some sort of meat). I was not a fan of the eggroll. Kinda tough and had an overpowering celery-like taste to it. The rangoon was awesome (let's be honest, they're always awesome). The fried wontons were superfluous, but good.The portions are big. You really get a lot of food for the price. I'm a big eater and I didn't come close to finishing everything. Fortunately, that just means leftovers :)My order was ready to go the minute I walked in the door. Everyone was very friendly. All in all, a pretty great spot!
  • Reviewed by:   on: 6/14/2013 7:27:39 AM
    My family and I are originally from the east coast (NY & CT) and we are SO glad to have found this place! We have suffered through sub-par Chinese cuisine for several years and can not believe this place has been here all along! (Thanks to Eat24 for the head's up!)The egg rolls are spot-on! JUST LIKE HOME! Big, crispy and absolutely delicious! The wonton soup is second to none! Ribs, General Tso's chicken, Lo Mein, Fried rice... all just like we remember!Always great value and fast service! We will never order from another Chinese food establishment as long as we are in Vegas/Henderson!
  • Reviewed by: rashodrussell  on: 2018/6/8 12:21:19
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  • Reviewed by: samisveg  on: 2018/6/4 12:24:14
    Hi can you tell me if you use MSG in your food/sauce? Thanks!
  • Reviewed by: myers.john  on: 2018/3/22 8:53:14
    I am a Marketing Associate for Sysco Foods Las Vegas and wanted to introduce myself. I would like to come in and discuss possible avenues of doing business. If it is a certain item you are looking for that your current vendor doesn't carry I would love to find it for you and hopefully gain a customer with time. If anything I would love to be a back-up plan to your current vendor if they are out of stock or not meeting your expectations. Let me know if I could be of assistance now or in the future. Look forward to working with you and growing with you. Thanks John Myers Sysco Foods Las Vegas 661-706-9267
  • Reviewed by: schryguy11  on: 2017/12/27 6:47:13
    This is the worst Chinese food I have ever had in my life. I've lived many different places. This place is horrible. The rice was cooked so poorly I had to throw it away when I opened it up. I'm surprised I didn't throw up. They should be ashamed of themselves
  • Reviewed by: mohler_levi  on: 2017/12/10 15:16:37
    ordered food last night at around 9pm, THANKS FOR SAYING YOU COOK WITH PEANUTS. Had an allergic reaction and couldnt eat any of the $20 dollars worth of food. Refund or 1 star review
  • Reviewed by: test  on: 2017/11/21 21:58:56
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