The service here was outstanding. The food was flavorful and enjoyable but very costly for what it was.
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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 too. Service is impeccable ! This is a must on every trip to the city... 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 :)
The food is amazing and the staff is incredible. I love the sate chicken with the sauce. I'm in love with the special lobster, and the squab. This is my favorite place to eat in NYC. My family and I go about one a month or so.
Interesting dining experience -- nice room with good food choices, still hard to sort out on how to organize your dinner. Reasonable selection might be beef and prawns, and the Peking duck if you come with a party of at least three. First-rate wine list but fairly high-end. Ordering a coffee at the end is a good way to break... More
Mr. Chow is honestly not even on par with a suburban mall food court's typical Chinese option. It is an utter waste of money and there are a thousand better restaurants in Manhattan alone. Don't waste your money on these bland, tasteless tiny portions of so-called Chinese cuisine. To put it mildly, we were highly disappointed by the food from... More
I've been to several Mr. Chow locations in the US and have always enjoyed the style, decor and the food is always good but often not great. I hadn't been to the 57th street location in 15 years but wanted to share with a friend who lives near by. Place was packed on a Saturday night mostly by tourists who... More
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