Shanghai Lee

★★★★★
  • 157 Franklin St

    Brooklyn, NY 11222

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  • 718-349-6716

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Monday 11:30 AM - 10:45 PM Tuesday 11:30 AM - 10:45 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 10:45 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 10:45 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 11:45 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 11:45 PM Sunday 12:00 PM - 10:45 PM

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Greenpoint neighborhood gem: the Lilliputian Shanghai Lee at the corner of Franklin and India Streets, is definitely the place to eat Chinese, in Brooklyn and in NYC. As good as many, if not most, Chinese restaurants in Chinatown and the East Village. Fresh food, well prepared; glistening sauces, and reasonable prices.
Beautifully served: a mild tea and small dish of peanuts upon sitting--a nice touch for the weary traveler who has hiked over on the G train. Really fresh vegetables, lovely (ungreasy) fried rices and great chile noodles. Wonderful tofu and vegetable entrees.Try the crispy orange chicken and the spicy fried rice with basil. Really light scallion pancakes with a hint of cilantro. And for dessert, a complimentary, carved, blood orange: sweet and delicious. This place will soon have a long line of people waiting to get into its small dining room. Really thoughtful and prompt service adds a nice ease to the meal.

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★★★★★

Greenpoint neighborhood gem: the Lilliputian Shanghai Lee at the corner of Franklin and India Streets, is definitely the place to eat Chinese, in Brooklyn and in NYC. As good as many, if not most, Chinese restaurants in Chinatown and the East Village. Fresh food, well prepared; glistening sauces, and reasonable prices.
Beautifully served: a mild tea and small dish of peanuts upon sitting--a nice touch for the weary traveler who has hiked over on the G train. Really fresh vegetables, lovely (ungreasy) fried rices and great chile noodles. Wonderful tofu and vegetable entrees.Try the crispy orange chicken and the spicy fried rice with basil. Really light scallion pancakes with a hint of cilantro. And for dessert, a complimentary, carved, blood orange: sweet and delicious. This place will soon have a long line of people waiting to get into its small dining room. Really thoughtful and prompt service adds a nice ease to the meal.

Pros: Best Chinese in NYC

Cons: After eating there a dozen times, none yet!

 

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