29 Results for "Restaurant In Two Bridges"
Unique decor and very friendly staff. Free wifi. The pizza is great and slices large too. Two was more than enough.
The first thing that you need to know is that everything in the menu is delicious. Pizzas are fresh out the oven and they also customize orders. Pasta dishes are delicate with excellent taste of fresh ingredients.
I love this place the chef is very nice, food is fresh and delicious and economic they take really care on customers. But I love more that is a small and quiet place perfect for a date
Splendid little establishment, quick service, really the kind of place that goes out of they way to make you feel at home. Strongly recommend!
I've been a fan of Danny Bowien for years, back to the original location on Orchard. A super unique and adventurous palate in these dishes, the mapo tofu, spicy chicken wings and green tea noodles are some of my favorites. This is one of my
Congratulations, you’ve stumbled across the worst Chinese restaurant in all of Manhattan, possibly. Honestly, I’m surprised this place hasn’t closed down or isn’t on the brink of bankruptcy. Wait staff are appalling and that’s paired with a
Amazing food here, great prices and amazing staff
Quaint little place in Chinatown.. Good Chinese food and options. The buffet is sumptuous.
If you're in the neighborhood and wanted some great dumplings at a great price, this is the place. No nonsense, and frills, just your everyday Mom and Pa's shop. Try a bit of everything to see what's your favorite... I personally like the steam pork dumplings 😍
I live a block away from this Fuzhou spot and its my go to for a cheap, quick bite. I always get the standard peanut butter noodles with fuzhou wonton soup and sometimes couple with steamed dumplings.
Cheap chinese food if your hungry. Foods is kinda ok ............... but the price is awesome!
Listen up. This place is not even just a bang for your buck. Regardless of price, this place SLAPS. SO. HARD. My roommates and I live and breathe Forever Taste. Dumplings? Hits. Bok Choy? Fire. CHICKEN WINGS? Undefeated.
The best Chinese food in New York City.
Cooked orders very good. Window meats not as fresh
The pizza was amazing and so was the garlic knots. Small place, not many seats, but the food was great and service was friendly.
Early June visit. A few blocks east of Chinatown & near East Broadway (F) train. Small, energetic shop. Fun personalities. Ordered Ravioli & Meatballs. Came with delicious garlic bread. Owner Steve add a slice of their pizza for us to try.
Hole in the wall. Taste like grandma made it. Delicious. Nice staff.
Excellent service and food.
Enjoyed a great meal with our family for Chinese New Year's. Every dish was well seasoned just right. Glad to have found another very good family friendly restaurant.
Great food and presentation skills. Celebrating a relatives birthday, so we had the place to ourselves in the basement equipped with Karaoke.
Food was delicious. Bartender was extremely helpful navigating the menu and dining experience. Tough location as not much else in the area, but worth the trip.
Great new Basque restaurant in the LES. Definitely worth checking out! Great food and natural wines!
GREAT GREAT GREAT THANKS CHECKERS
Great burgers, shakes, fries and mozzarella sticks
The food and coffee was delicious. I can't remember the name of the sandwich, but the avocado and sprouts one was so good. Marcos was very kind!
Im not big at writing reviews but this time it feels totally right..I love pancakes and during my visiting in new York I had them almost every day for breakfast...so long story short..I ended up in this little bar/restaurant in chinatown I
Amazing, affordable Malaysian food and coffee, perfect for your COVID-19 hangover!
This place was quite good. Was right in line with what I was looking for to fill my belly after a long day of work. Good portions, home cooking, and good prices. Loved the noodle soup, and the chicken wrapped in banana leaves, and had a
This is probably the cheapest eats of Chinatown?! We got a roast duck dish for $6.50 and beef chow fun for $7.50. The congee i got with pork, beef and squid was $4 🤤🤦🏻♀️😝 Duck was delicious. Chow fun needed more seasoning but still not
This restaurant is my number one site. Of all restaurants I know I like it most. I never miss an opportunity to go to this restaurant. everytime I want to go to a proper supper, this is the place that comes instantly to my head.
Very Nice place. Miles is the first and last guy i've met in newyork. He's great and offers a great ambiance with his vinyle sound. Food is good. Beers too.
Nice cafe with great vegetarian options. Personal favorite: “the Israeli Scotch Egg”. A hard boiled egg wrapped in falafel, with a side of tahini sauce.
Excellent Vegan Food, composed with care, very good serviceCash only in this small vegan restaurant. The food is consistently good, the
I'm a meat lover but their food is really pretty darn good. The breakfast Burrito was solid! Great flavor.
It's all good food except for their Kim Chi. Excellent! Like a fine wine, age it in your cellar. Quantities are limited. Sometimes they are sold out. So act now while nappa is in season.
Tasty and good good food for the $$
My Dad loved the Fish Head and Bean Curd Casserole
Great prices for delicious food and portion sizes
This is one of the best food places in the city!
My favorite fish ball cheong fun in all of Chinatown! There's a soft springiness to the rice noodles that the other carts don't have and the fish balls are always bouncy. The lady working the cart is also super nice and hard working.
A great little place that we stumbled into for lunch. The Croque Madam was wonderful, and the vibe of the place was really nice. Highly recommended.
Love this place!