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Posted by Tara B on 04/03/2013
This is such a great place!! It is very cozy. The food is always mmmm great! Big fan of the Duck & the Buddha Delight Roll. Great menu to enjoy a BYOB!! It is always a great bang for my buck! And every now & then you may find a deal on Goupon. You can go anytime & see all kinds or people, very diverse. College kids, business men/women, people from the flower show. The one thing I do miss is the music. Sometime you can hear the conversations of others. Love this place.!!
Posted by Rich E on 08/03/2012
This restaraunt has become our favorite Chinese restaraunt in Philadelphia. We have never been disappointed in the quality of the food. I suggest the duck noodle soup for a starter to any meal. Go and enjoiy the taste of southern China
Posted by Anonymous on 07/13/2011
I have tried dining here 3 times at 1:00 pm, my lunch break....only once was someone in the store, even though the doors are open. I would just wait there, shout hello after 5 minutes and leave. The one time I was able to dine, I was ignored and the food was below par.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/01/2010
We have been coming here since the parents of the current owners were in charge. There are few places that can compete. This is a wonderful place.
Posted by anonymous on 08/11/2009
I've been coming here for four years. While the atmosphere is casual, the food can't be beat, not even in NYC. The salt baked squid is a real delight, the best around, and the menu caters to more traditional chinese menu items as well as the more popular americanized dishes. But don't get the old stand0bys: this place shines in the lesser known dished like the squid, the winter melon soup, the sauteed snow pea leaves, and the lemon duck. The staff is always courteous and will get to know you if you are a regular. Be prepared to wait if you come on a Saturday night, but at lunch it's always easy to get a table. Go with a group and eat family style: you'll pay around $11-12 each, a feast for not a lot of money.
Posted by Nancy on 06/12/2009
We went into the City to Lee How Fook for dinner. The service was bad. We ask for the hot tea as we had only cups and still we never got any tea. We had to ask them to bring my daughter's meal out which was late and fatty tasting. I thought the atmosphere lacked a lot. Was not worth the trip.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/25/2008
I have only been to Lee How Fook for lunch, but it was awesome. The pan fried dumplings are awesome, although... i do have to say, there were two waitresses preparing them for the dinner crowd, so they were sitting in front of a big pile of ground pork stuffing dumplings, i didn't feel like it was dirty or anything but in my opinion, food prep should be done in the back.... the chicken fried rice and general tso's were some of the best i've ever had, and i hear the hot and sour soup is amazing on a cold day!