Oriental Noodle Shop

★★★★★
  • 135 E 45th St

    New York, NY 10017

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  • 212-697-2353

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Hours
Mon-Sun: 10:00am-10:30pm

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If you haven't been here make sure you make a stop. Has to be one of the best and INEXPENSIVE places there are in NYC to have great Chinese food. I would like to recommend a few dishes although all of them are great. The Pan Fried Noodle and Sauteed Rice Noodle. Be sure to get their hot oil which tops off any of their meals.

Quick service and cheap bill!

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★★★★★

If you haven't been here make sure you make a stop. Has to be one of the best and INEXPENSIVE places there are in NYC to have great Chinese food. I would like to recommend a few dishes although all of them are great. The Pan Fried Noodle and Sauteed Rice Noodle. Be sure to get their hot oil which tops off any of their meals.

Quick service and cheap bill!

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When you're spending your own $$, and you want a great Chinese meal within yodeling distance of Grand Central, this is the place. Although totally crowded at lunch, dinner is a quiet time, as most of that business for them is takeout/delivery. Result? A delightfully quiet, good meal for an extremely reasonable price. In particular, the Szechuan Dumplings with Sesame Sauce are the best I've ever had, the Fried Chicken and Spinach dumplings are great, and their Siu Mai and Har Gow are both wonderful and fresh. Actually, their whole Dim Sum menu is great, and only slightly more than you'd pay in Chinatown, with your northbound Metronorth conveyance just steps away.

While lacking the romance of The Rainbow Room, the location, quality of food, and low price more than compensate.

I've been going there for the past 10 years. Long Live The Oriental Noodle Shop!

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★★★★★

When you're spending your own $$, and you want a great Chinese meal within yodeling distance of Grand Central, this is the place. Although totally crowded at lunch, dinner is a quiet time, as most of that business for them is takeout/delivery. Result? A delightfully quiet, good meal for an extremely reasonable price. In particular, the Szechuan Dumplings with Sesame Sauce are the best I've ever had, the Fried Chicken and Spinach dumplings are great, and their Siu Mai and Har Gow are both wonderful and fresh. Actually, their whole Dim Sum menu is great, and only slightly more than you'd pay in Chinatown, with your northbound Metronorth conveyance just steps away.

While lacking the romance of The Rainbow Room, the location, quality of food, and low price more than compensate.

I've been going there for the past 10 years. Long Live The Oriental Noodle Shop!

Pros: Food, Service, Quiet

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fresh bbq meats (cha siew-roast pork, pork ribs both honey sweet tasting), the roast duck & soy sauce chicken are as good if not better than c-town (get ginger oil sauce for ss chick). price incl. tax is $5.35 - cheaper than big mac's 'value meals'. singapore mai fun & beef chow fun are good. the other dishes are ok. svc is quick, if solo sit at the counter. lots of regulars. go early to beat the lunch rush. noodle soups good for the winter. i have been a regular for 3 yrs! I've tried about 5 other spots & this is the best. SUM IT: a nice find - very good c-town food in midtown & prices are reasonable.

2
★★★★★

fresh bbq meats (cha siew-roast pork, pork ribs both honey sweet tasting), the roast duck & soy sauce chicken are as good if not better than c-town (get ginger oil sauce for ss chick). price incl. tax is $5.35 - cheaper than big mac's 'value meals'. singapore mai fun & beef chow fun are good. the other dishes are ok. svc is quick, if solo sit at the counter. lots of regulars. go early to beat the lunch rush. noodle soups good for the winter. i have been a regular for 3 yrs! I've tried about 5 other spots & this is the best. SUM IT: a nice find - very good c-town food in midtown & prices are reasonable.

Pros: tasty meats, price, hi turnover/fast food

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Hard to find decent and cheap Chinese food in this area, but unless you are part of the midtown lunch crowd, I'd recommend hiking down to Chinatown for cheaper and better fare. Chow fun and singapore mai fun are decent. Roast pork on rice is somewhat inconsistent/hit-or-miss.

2
★★★★☆

Hard to find decent and cheap Chinese food in this area, but unless you are part of the midtown lunch crowd, I'd recommend hiking down to Chinatown for cheaper and better fare. Chow fun and singapore mai fun are decent. Roast pork on rice is somewhat inconsistent/hit-or-miss.

Pros: good value

 

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