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Member since 2010
11 reviews - 13 ratings
This place used to be considered the worst Chinese restaurant in Hollywood by me. I had their "express" food to go and it was awful. Two years later, I ordered from them again. But this time, I ordered from their menu instead of from the already available "express" food to go. Ma La Three Flavor or Spicy Three Flavors is authentic. I could smell it all the way home. Even a local CVS store employee asked me if I ordered Chinese food because "it smelled so good." She was right, when I opened the box and ate the food at home, I was really surprised how delicious it is. As for the House Special Noodle and Singaporean Rice Noodle, they weren't as good as the spicy dish. The noodle is top thick, but I'm glad that meat portion is great. Rice noodle is too dry for me, maybe I waited a little too long to eat it.
If you live in Westwood, you probably have a friend or a roommate that has at least once ordered from or dined in at this place. Their pizza is great. Unlike the big chains, they have many fresh favors like the Hanoi pizza. A Vietnamese pizza? That's something I've never heard of. I'm not a big pizza fan, particularly because they all taste the same (with pepperoni and hams and bacons) but extreme pizza makes them different. Try it. The only thing I hated is that they charge a delivery fee.
This is a more high-class restaurant. If you're picking up, you'll notice the interior decor. That said, the pricing here is justified accordingly. An appetizer costs $10. The employee there said the taste is worth the price, I agree, but I strongly disagree on the portion. Green Curry shaomai is good, but it's not worth the money. Coconut shrimp is good, but it's too dry, the same is true for the noodles. If money is not a problem, indulge here. If it is, try some other places. They have special pricing for dine-in too.
It may look like a cheap place, but their deli department is really nice. I had a triple decker roasted beef, turkey and Swiss. It was a lot of meat. It made me full and the fact is I'm a big meat person and I have a huge appetite. When you consider their location, the value they provide is simply amazing. If you're tired of those fancy restaurants in 90210, come order from here. And don't be shy when you pick up your food, (back at the deli department, not from the cashier) the guys work there will make you very welcomed.
This restaurant cooks good food. We ordered Bangkok duck and Green curry special. I absolutely loved Bangkok duck, was surprised they added bean curd in it. (Bean curd + meat = yes yes yes!) They also added sugar in the dish so it tastes a bit sweet and makes the whole thing so much better! I also ordered the green curry house special. it comes with a chicken soup and a fruit salad. Not bad for the overall value if you order outside lunch time. (Hint: you can find better place for lunch!) On the other hand, the same can't be said for their service. The girl at the cashier desk really should learn how to smile.
Reviewed on 1/14/2013
Delivery is extremely fast. But this place is so overpriced. They delivery starting at $15, that's pretty much what a sandwich costs here. Imagine they would come over all the way just to deliver a sandwich - that must be something really precious, expect the fact that it is just a sandwich. Nothing special at all. I've dined in there twice too. All I can say is don't pay for the full price, because they priced everything at 200% of what it should reasonably cost, so they don't break their wallet when people who purchased the daily deals from as many as 6 websites flush in.
This is a somewhat old-fashioned yet authentic Chinese restaurant. The Yang Chow fried rice is disappointing. It was blunt but the portion was huge. Yu Xiang pork is very very authentic and it's not spicy as some others would cook it, I definitely recommend that. Diced chicken with brown sauce is very tasty too. Their service is also very very friendly. They tried to accommodate to my pick up schedule twice that were hours after the initially scheduled time.
I've been to this restaurant once before ordering it on seamless. The food was hit or miss and the service was horrible. I mean, really horrible. I decided to give them another try so I ordered from seamless. The food was better. (I guess for the same quality, if you dine in, it doesn't taste as good as when you take it home.) I also owe them an apology. I was supposed to pick up the food at 2:30pm but I didn't go there until 3:30pm. (I didn't know they close from 3pm to 5:30pm daily) When I picked up iin the evening, they had already cooked new food for me. Thanks guys!
Reviewed on 1/2/2013
I ordered a pad thai (lunch special) and a BBQ pork. (lunch special) Oddly enough, this Thai place doesn't have anything curry on their lunch menu, which is a big disappointment. Pad thai is only served for lunch, (really?) you can't order it from the main menu, not on seamless apparently. And the price is a little bit higher than other thai restaurants I frequent. The BBQ pork is Char-Siu, but they missed the mark. The meat tastes like they were being frozen for too long. Overall, it's just an OK restaurant with mediocre food. I wouldn't recommend or come back.
Reviewed on 1/1/2013
This is the second time I ordered food from Pickelz. As its name suggests, it's about the little vegetable. I'm not a big fan, and their making of pickles didn't convert me to a fan either. Service is always friendly. I kinda wish they would use less pickles.