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Hop Kee

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21 Mott St (at at Mosco St.)
New York, NY 10013
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(212) 964-8365
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Hop Kee - New York, NY
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Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY
Hop Kee - New York, NY

Reviews

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Best

We always have to stop by HopKee when in NYC. Its in Chinatown a little cozy place. The food is awesome! I always order the sweet and sour chicken which is always great. The amoun...

Worst

I have never reviewed a restaurant on CS before, but my experience at Hop Kee last night compelled me to do so. My friend and I had just finished eating. She had shrimp in lobst...

Bad Chinese in Chinatown... yes, it's possible 9/2/2005

I love Chinese food and it's rare to find a place in Chinatown that doesn't have good Chinese food. Unforetunately, this is one of those places. Hop Kee is just plain bad. I shared a chow mein and tofu dish with someone and we thought both were terrible. The dishes were flavorless and they used way too much oil. There are plenty of places all around this restaurant that have terrific Chinese food, so don't bother stopping in this one. more

Delicious food in Chinatown! 8/3/2005

Delicious Chinese food in Chinatown at a very reasonable price - Calamari (lightly battered fried squid) with salt is fresh and delectable. Sesame Chicken and Pan fried noodles with chicken or shrimp is excellently prepared and a great portion that can easily feed 2 -3 . Lunch specials bring prices even lower - about $5 per person. Service is fine and attentive. Sliced oranges, fortune cookies and hot towels at the end of the meal are a nice touch. Highly recommended. more
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Editorial

  • This Cantonese classic still serves the egg rolls, fried rice and spare ribs that New Yorkers loved before the discovery of more authentic Chinese foods. Archaic accents prevail, including...

  • 10/25/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu,Sun 11am-1am; Fri-Sat 11am-4am
  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Chinatown

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