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Member since 2012
14 reviews - 16 ratings
I've ordered from this place on several occasions and delivery is always timely. Good sandwiches and fries, pretty much what I expected.
Rated on 12/10/2013
Great food, reasonable prices, good portions, quick delivery, AND the person knocking on my door actually was polite?! That merits 5 stars. Note: the crabby wrap had some kind of meat in it, looked like Black Forest ham or something. I can't tell if it was a mistake or not. The wrap was fine and I still ate it, just not what I was expecting. Regardless, I will be ordering from here in the future.
Reviewed on 11/12/2013
I like that they deliver pretty late at night. Good food. My only comment is they left whole cardamom seeds in the food and I discovered that after biting into one. Will order again.
The sushi in Philadelphia is just not very good. Only a few restaurants make the grade and this is not one of them.
I've ordered from here a few times. The delivery is timely. Very tasty food, flavors are spot on. Pros: They give you brown paper towels, and you will need them. Yummy cornbread. Cons: You have to buy sauce if you want more than what they basted the meat with while cooking it. They should be giving BBQ sauce away left and right. For the price, the sides w/ combo meals should be bigger.
Would be no stars if that were an option. Duck: soggy, chewy skin, dry, over-cooked meat. Basically the two biggest sins when cooking duck. It was drenched in some kind of cloyingly sweet, sugar and cornstarch sauce I guess to cover up the bastardized mystery meat they gave us. F Veggie Buns: good dough- except for the paper that was stuck to it (this stuff can be bought in the grocery store so I seriously doubt it was homemade), filling was acrid. My boyfriend said it tasted like rotting cabbage. D- Udon: broth (read: water) was salty but otherwise flavorless, bok choy was DIRTY (if they don't wash their vegetables what else don't they bother to wash?), noodles were awful (these can also be store bought...). F White Rice: one large mushy, homogenous, rectangular blob. The individual grains were no longer discernible. How do you screw up rice it is served with literally every order?! Inexcusable. F Save yourself the time and throw your money in the garbage instead. We ate leftover pizza for dinner. This place should be ashamed.
The sushi and service were ok so it's not a complaint, but I thought it was worth noting the lobster isn't real- it's some sort of imitation lobster, similar to imitation crab used in California rolls. I wouldn't have ordered it if I knew. The tuna dumplings are basically filled with this stringy, spicy mayo "lobster" mess and tempura flakes. It just wasn't what I was expecting.
It's a shame because they're so close to my house, I'd love to give them repeat business. However, very poor sushi. I like simple rolls that aren't drowned in sauce. (Let quality fish speak for itself) What I got was ragged maki, falling apart... The rice was an abomination. Looked like plain long grain white rice, no flavor, no hint of mirin, no sticky texture. The fish was sinewy and off in color. I couldn't eat it.
Quite simply: The Chinese entrees were good, the Japanese were bad. I don't have the world's most discerning palate but the miso soup was not dashi, it was pork stock. If I had to guess they use the same broth for everything wonton, miso, etc.