“The food here is amazing.”
“consider this my favorite Chinese restaurant in the city outside of Chinatown.”
“In my opinion, with these prices, its a great value and a reliable (above average) dining experience!”
Rosie's is great!. This place is fantastic. We have recently moved to LA and one of our most missed meals is Rosie's Kung Pao Chicken with a side of pork fried rice. Their food is fresh and of consistently high quality. Delivery is quick and they save addresses via phone number so it's easy to place an order. Only downside is they need to add a larger beer selection.
User review by juli_a. It's slightly more upscale and expensive than a take-out joint, and I don't think it's worth it. I gave them several tries since I work nearby, and they failed to impress me. The food is bland, their sauces taste off (especially the garlic sauce). It's not as greasy as a regular chinese place, but it's definately not the best choice in an area filled with great restaurants.
Rosie's is Amazing. The food here is amazing. Dont let the homely decor fool you.. this is some of the best chinese north of china town. Ive been here more times than i can count and the food is always great. The menu has more than what you will usually find at regular neighborhood chinese places. Waitstaff is really nice and doesnt mind customizing orders. In my opinion, with these prices, its a great value and a reliable (above average) dining experience!
Best Chinese outside Chinatown. First of all, it's great that this is not just a take-out joint. Secondly, the food is good, the delivery containers hardy, and their egg-drop soup doesn't just taste like slimy chicken soup. Not as greasy as most Chinese in New York. I consider this my favorite Chinese restaurant in the city outside of Chinatown.
Better Than Average. In a City littered with Chinese restaurants every few blocks, Rosie & Ting is definitely above average. The menu includes the usual Chinese restaurant staples, but also includes a fairly diverse selection of other dishes not typically found in your average noodle house. It's surely one of the better values for your money, which is a bit odd considering it's a much nicer place to dine than many Chinese restaurants. I've never had a problem with orders, delivery or in-dine, and the food has always been consistently good, even if it isn't the greatest ever -- but then again, where does one go to find World Class Chinese food?
UGH. First, they deliver the wrong order. Without apology, they return with the correct order, which was horrendously B-A-D. (Their General Tsao sauce tastes like Heinz BBQ sauce.)
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