292 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
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11/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This hipster chinese restaurant gave me some intense firerrhea and totally ruined my next night. I got Kung Pow Chicken and it was spicy, but coming out, it was like a lava bloodbath exiting my rectum. If you want to lose weight by defecating profusely, I'd recommend this disgusting pit of despair, but if you have any shred of respect for your digestive tract, avoid.
08/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I just discovered the juicy pork buns after reading a review and now M Shanghai Bistro and Den is my first choice in chinese takeout/delivery (though the atmosphere and decor are great for dining in as well). My favorite dishes here are the Juicy Pork Buns (dumplings filled with pork and tasty soup!), Pea Leaves in garlic and the noodle soup (ask for spicy sauce on the side). Delivery is speedy, another plus.
08/01/2006Provided by Citysearch -
So I've never actually been to M proper, but I've had it delivered a few times. Even upon delivery, their juicy pork buns are quite good . . .the best I've found outside of the Chinatown masters. My wife and I also enjoyed the spinach, the Shanghai low mein, and other attractions. The crispy chicken wasn't for us, though.
12/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Unfortunately, the food is outstanding, but everything else about this restaurant is the pits. They are still living in the dark ages and do not have an answering machine, so if you want to make a reservation you are limited. Then, IF they answer the phone, you're lucky if they don't hang up on you! Walk-ins are risky too.
05/19/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Good to find a restaurant where the owners have some imagination and they have actually pulled it off, like in this case.
I have eaten there 3-4 times and the food was always good. One of the earlier people commenting on the restaurant did not get the that some experimenting is going on with the menu in a positive way. And comparing it to the Chinatown restaurants is simply not fair. There is not a single place in Chinatown where you have a nice neighborhood feeling like here.
07/11/2004Provided by Citysearch -
This is a special place run by really wonderful people who give anyone who walks in the door a warm welcome and sincere interest. My friends and I have been here numerous times and have always been given the utmost courtesy and consideration. It's a great time whether we're eating the wonderful soup dumplings, moo shu chicken, and shumai upstairs or lounging downstairs with specially mixed drinks and hearing truly fantastic live music/excellent DJs. The 80's night rocks!! We love it here!! :)