There aren't many tablecloth Chinese restaurants left in NY but Shun Lee still delivers great classic "Americanized" Chinese food. Upper East Siders love it!
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After dinner at this much-hyped NY Chinese restaurant, we felt that it lived up to its name and we should shun it in future. While the service is good, the ambiance is OK - but the food leaves much to be desired; generally speaking, it...More
My girlfriend loves to go here because of its proximity to Lincoln Center. We ordered a spicy chicken dish which really wasn't that spicy, but was rather oily. Then we had noodles. We finishes off with ice cream. The thing I didn't like was the...More
My wife and I have been going to Shun Lee Palace for years. We were both looking forward to dining there last week. Unfortunately we were very disappointed. The wonton soup had no taste,the spareribs were fatty and creasy. The spring rolls were so creasy...More
We have been to this restaurant five times in the past year since the closure of Mr Ks. The food and the service has been consistently outstanding with wonton soup, duck dishes and mishu pork particular favorites. The weekday lunch menu at $35 a head...More
This is a traditional Chinese restaurant with a elegant ambiance, more upscale than most Chinese restaurants in the city. We loved the wontons and shared a number of dishes. The lobster with ginger and scallions was delicious and the crispy beef was yummy. Service was...More
The problem with chillis on menus is that they tend to signify heat - what degree of heat is often down to your own interpretation. On this menu most of the main dishes came with a chill symbol and as sweating profusely was not on...More