Ollie's

★★★★★
  • 411 West 42nd St

    New York, NY 10036

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  • 212-868-6588

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Fake Szechuan Food. Walk a long way to the restaurant, hoping have a nice hometown dinner. Very disappointed, not even one dish I ordered has Szechuan special ingredients that should in every Szechuan food. The Price is higher than other

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Fake Szechuan Food. Walk a long way to the restaurant, hoping have a nice hometown dinner. Very disappointed, not even one dish I ordered has Szechuan special ingredients that should in every Szechuan food. The Price is higher than other

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Had dinner there tonight. I ordered the chicken with broccoli and my husband ordered something else. I took one bite of the broccoli and felt something very sharp in my mouth. I pulled a sharp metal wire out of my mouth and then another

3
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Had dinner there tonight. I ordered the chicken with broccoli and my husband ordered something else. I took one bite of the broccoli and felt something very sharp in my mouth. I pulled a sharp metal wire out of my mouth and then another

Pros: location live in the area.

Cons: wire in your plate!!!!!

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people can either love or hate this tiny place because of the exact same reason ---- the dishes are HOT HOT HOT! \r
If your taste buds can handle the spicy authentic sichuan food featured in here and don't mind the moring after ( you know

3
★★★★★

people can either love or hate this tiny place because of the exact same reason ---- the dishes are HOT HOT HOT! \r
If your taste buds can handle the spicy authentic sichuan food featured in here and don't mind the moring after ( you know

Pros: authentic spicy hot cheap

Cons: cramped hot

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I always love Sichuan food in China and here in the States, and I have tried so many Sichuan restaurants. Among them, this one is one of the best. The fish fillet is so good that my boyfriend (please note he is an American not a Chinese)

3
★★★★★

I always love Sichuan food in China and here in the States, and I have tried so many Sichuan restaurants. Among them, this one is one of the best. The fish fillet is so good that my boyfriend (please note he is an American not a Chinese)

Pros: Great food, nice atmosphere

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I always love Sichuan food in China and here in the States, and I have tried so many Sichuan restaurants. Among them, this one is one of the best. The fish fillet is so good that my boyfriend (please note he is an American not a Chinese) wants to go there every week, and only when we had that fish, he could feel completely satisfied. I have noticed that a lot Americans went there ordering some American-Chinese style dishes, I have to tell you, please try those real Sichuan dishes, they are great and delicious, plus, you should not ask for less spicy, because then you won't be able to taste the real one!

2
★★★★★

I always love Sichuan food in China and here in the States, and I have tried so many Sichuan restaurants. Among them, this one is one of the best. The fish fillet is so good that my boyfriend (please note he is an American not a Chinese) wants to go there every week, and only when we had that fish, he could feel completely satisfied. I have noticed that a lot Americans went there ordering some American-Chinese style dishes, I have to tell you, please try those real Sichuan dishes, they are great and delicious, plus, you should not ask for less spicy, because then you won't be able to taste the real one!

Pros: Great food, nice atmosphere

Cons: None

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We were looking for somewhere that served hot and fast food (but not "fast food") so who did we ask for a recommendation? A few of NYC's finest...they recommended Ollie's The place is huge and always looks full but we didn't have to wait long. There were alot of choices and the food was served pretty fast. Most of the items were under $12 so it was good for the wallet. We ate there 2 nights in a row!!

3
★★★☆☆

We were looking for somewhere that served hot and fast food (but not "fast food") so who did we ask for a recommendation? A few of NYC's finest...they recommended Ollie's The place is huge and always looks full but we didn't have to wait long. There were alot of choices and the food was served pretty fast. Most of the items were under $12 so it was good for the wallet. We ate there 2 nights in a row!!

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This Ollie's like all the others in New York offers fairly classic Chinese selections and segments their menu by region. So if you didn't know the difference between noodles Szchezuan style and noodles Hong Kong Style, this is the place to go. The food is sometimes overly greasy, but their dumplings are very savory and the food comes quickly- maybe too quickly!

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★★★☆☆

This Ollie's like all the others in New York offers fairly classic Chinese selections and segments their menu by region. So if you didn't know the difference between noodles Szchezuan style and noodles Hong Kong Style, this is the place to go. The food is sometimes overly greasy, but their dumplings are very savory and the food comes quickly- maybe too quickly!

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