Wu Liang Ye

Row 1

Details
36 W 48th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave.)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 398-2308
Chinese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: Noon–9:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Been there several times and the service hugely depends on who your head waiter is. The food is only okay at best. Overpriced, specially the vegetable dishes.
  • Get vermicelli noodles with minced pork. You won't regret it
  • Overpriced
  • order from the first two pages of the menu for real specialities. sichuan pickles and dan dan noodles are great.
  • I ordered an appetizer, garlic pork slices, tastes amazing but dish size way too big for an appetizer dish for 2 people.
  • It has several great dishes, including the Dan Dan noodles and bamboo slices. But the service definitely needs improvement.
  • Food is good, but the service SUCKS!
  • The Cold sesame noodles are the best in NYC, delicious!
  • get the Dan Dan noodles. very yummy.
  • Peking duck (thin pancakes, meaty duck, crispy skin, just the right amount of hoisin sauce). Dandan noodles (spicy and wonderful). Beef with scallions and doubled cooked pork -- all amazing.
  • Try the appetizer portion of the Dan Dan noodles. The size is good if you want to sample it with someone.
  • Expensive but everything was great. Dan Dan noodles, moo shy pork, cold noodles with sesame, vermicelli noodles w pork. Shrimp Mei fun
  • Wonton soup is delicious
  • Get the Dan Dan noodles, the steamed pork buns and ma po tofu
  • Slightly pricey Chinese food in the Rockefeller area. The Sichuan dishes are the best on the menu, so be sure to try the Braised Beef with Napa, the Dan Dan noodles, and the Ma Po Tofu.
  • Stick to the Sichuan specialities, like the Ma Po Tofu, Braised Beef with Napa, and Twice Cooked Pork Belly. Prices skew on the higher end for Chinese, so come prepared.
  • dan dan noodles and dumplings.
  • Best Chinese food in NYC!
  • Big fan of their sliced chicken in garlic sauce