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thebinatwork
8 years 9 months ago

I don’t care what people say, there isn’t a halfway decent Chinese place in Hoboken, or the state of New Jersey that I have foound so far. When I see carrots and celery (cheap fillers) in my kung pow, I could strangle someone. Honestly, all the chinese in this town sucks. The sushi can be quite good however.

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nel
8 years 9 months ago

I agree wholeheartedly!
We were just talking about all the celery in our last take-away!
Yuck!

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RobertHGoretsky
7 years 11 months ago

While it does seem that most of the Chinese restaurants are focused on cheap take-out rather than quality food, I have found Hoboken Cottage to be a notable exception. The prices are in line with most of the other Chinese restaurants in the area, but the quality is significantly better..

Robert Goretsky

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fmn
7 years 11 months ago

I got pink chicken from Hoboken Cottage about a month ago.

I tried Yeung II Chinese Kitchen today and they forgot the sweet and sour for my sweet and sour chicken plus put so much pepper on the fried rice it was nasty.

Aroma’s food tastes cheap and sub par, even out of all the cheap chinese food places I’ve ever eaten.

To this day I’m not convinced decent Chinese take-out exists in Hoboken.

Oh yeah, whts the place with the celery? IM ALLERGIC TO IT and ordered from some place and got celery in my food and couldn’t eat it.. I forgot where it was so I’m nervous to find it again. Who the hell puts celery in the food?

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7 years 11 months ago

[quote comment=”42921″]IM ALLERGIC TO IT and ordered from some place and got celery in my food and couldn’t eat it. I forgot where it was so I’m nervous to find it again. Who the hell puts celery in the food?[/quote]
FMN:
If your allergy claims are true, it is only the second most interesting item in your post, the foremost being your monstrous ignorance. Chinese celery is a common ingredient in most fried rice dishes as well as most soups served at Chinese restaurants. You’ve probably been eating it your whole life. Allergy my a$$.
http://chinesefood.about.com/library/blchineseing5.htm

Perhaps you should drag your lazy, insular, allergic ass over to Mott Street or Elizabeth Street where you can find delicious, fresh Kintsai or White Queen varieties of chinese celery and perhaps a natural herb or spice from one of the many medicine parlours to solve your “allergy” problem.
Or you could just continue living the hollow, ruinous tragedy of a life that you are presently enduring.