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Chinatown East

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1650 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10128 1650 3rd Avenue, New York Directions

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Great food and service
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Amazing deal 👍🏻
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STAFF asking for bigger tip due to tip sharing
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Wide selection of choices in Japanese sushi and rolls, along with bubble teas, Chinese noodles, dumplings, and Thai pad thai, too I skipped the beer/ alcohol in the package offer Remember to pay $4 tax and tips
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Great ayce sushu!
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Rude people, ignored us, probably because we had the groupon and they didn't want us to eat to much food since it was all you can eat in 2-hours opened the book and counted her tip as she walked away from the table Not professional However food was very good and they had a good selection of sushi and Chinese food
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They hand you the check early, but you can still order
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Great food You pay for delicious food and get it
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Food and service were great, well worth getting the groupon
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The quality of food was very mediocre
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Chinatown East Restaurant's sushi dinners are quite the stroke of luck—they save diners the trouble of picking one favorite from the myriad rolls. The specialty Fire roll, for instance, ensconces lobster meat, kani, and mango, and comes crowned in spicy tuna. The classics, meanwhile, range from a california roll to a Spider roll, and there's sashimi, too, by the plateful.

And even if diners aren't choosing from the dozens of specialty sushi rolls, there are plenty of decisions for them to make. For one, they have to choose between Chinese and Japanese cuisine. Per its name, the eatery cooks up hundreds of Chinese staples, such as crowd-pleasing shredded duck, sauteed in scallions and served with plum sauce and pancakes. And Japanese fare doesn't end at sushi; the restaurant also serves dishes such as seafood teriyaki with lobster tail, shrimp, and scallops.

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