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The best restaurant to order rather pick up ,delivery or dine in ! They have good Chinese selections. They served delicious Curry Puff ,Thai Red Curry Chicken ! also mentions fresh Sushi rolls as well . Yum !
5 star(s)
Yestarday I eated in Tao and muy experience is Excelent!
1 star(s)
I dined at the E 53rd st. location with 2 friends this past week on a Tues. (8/5/08). Atmosphere was elegant and sparse although the lights were a bit too bright. Our waiter was an older Chinese man who seemed unhappy in his job. He was efficient, but unfriendly, and he scowled when we asked for foo...
3 star(s)
Ate at Tao last night, food was excellent! Service was horrific! Waited over an hour for a table when we made a reservation a month in advance. Server was trying to rush us out throughout the entire meal. When we were still eating, he kept coming up to us and asking us if we were done. "Um, hello id...
1 star(s)
We ordered "Spicy & Tangy Scallops" and "Spicy &Tangy Shrimps" for lunch. One dish had 4 shrimp and the second dish barely had enough scallops. Each dish was filled with large peppers & was approx $16.00. NOT WORTH THE MONEY!
5 star(s)
Spicy prawns with walnuts is absolutely to go to New York for!!! Oh by the way, not the typical dirty Chinese restaurant in New York. Very cleanly.
This place is always packed. Thus, you should vi ew my review accordingly. The food is under cooked for my taste. No msg means less flavor. The waiters mean well; but there are too few for such a busy place. Waiters are harried and service is spotty. The fried rice was the worst I've ever ...
The food is good, the prices low, the service friendly and efficient. This place is a winner. Takeout is fast. Appetizers excellent except for egg roll which is dull and BBQ ribs which tend to be dry. My favorite dish is sweet and sour chicken. People who work here seem to like their ...