Philippe Chow - Uptown
house made pancakes
in shell, sauted in a sweet & sour sauce & fresh chopped ginger
This restaurant is a little gem… It's like being at Mr. Chow's but with better ambience and far better pricing… The staff was incredible especially under today's conditions… The food was delicious! The Baked Alaska presentation was fabulous…For some reason I had never been to the one in New York and was sad when the Philippe chow on Melrose closed years ago… A definite be back!
Great every time
Overall okay experience as usual. I frequent here when I crave certain menu items or want to feel “commercial” the salt and pepper prawn were terribly bland. For the money I usually spend here It’s never really worth it
Food was great as well as the service
Had a good gluten free menu as well
The food was very good !!
A vastly underwhelming experience. The food was marginally good, however the service was good as were the drinks. The seating is way too close for comfort.
Toller Chinese. Peking Duck was Great !
The crispy cauliflower is to die for! Also the tofu dishes are excellent.
Absolutely terrible service. The waiter barely spoke 4 words to us. They brought us to a table that was dirty and quickly tried to cover up by placing us at a table too big for two people. The food was bland and horrible.
My family and I frequently dine at Philippe’s and the food never disappoints. The service was excellent. We will continue to dine here without a doubt.
Great service and great food Came to New York on a day trip just to come here
Always great food, never disappoints.
Service here was excellent. Very attentive, patient, helpful. Atmosphere was luxurious, clean, and inviting. I did not find the food to be fantastic. Not bad but not great. We had the sweet & sour chicken and king pao - both were okay. Chicken fried rice was very good and chicken dumplings were the best thing we ate, they were great. Overall a nice place when you’re looking for great service. I’ll stick to appetizers and drinks next time.