Food was very good but extreemly over priced even by nyc standards! Small portions and not worth price but food was good.
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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
Best Pecking duck in the city!!! every time i'm in NYC I have to go to MR chow's!! it's pricy but it is absolutely worth it!! the service is excellent and the food is to die for!!
Ambiance kind of fun at first but food was terrible. Not ok, not passable really awful, very aggressive push to start with champagne cocktail completely off puttin
Mr. Chow's has been around for a very long time. Not your classic Chinese food but they have their own specialties and it's quite good. The restaurant is very pretty and the service is good.
Mr Chows never lets us down ! A must start is Mr Chow Noodles , to die for ... Then the Dumplings , and Spare Ribs were amazing. And an absolute DO NOT MISS ... The Dressed Dungenes Crab. UNBELIEVABLE!!! Our daughter lived the cheesecake...More
Our friends brought us to Mr. Chow for a wonderful evening with them, and a pop-cultural experience I'd not anticipated. We had a really nice evening. Loved watching the chef make the noodles! I was confused..there were no chopsticks :)