94 Baxter St, New York, NY | Directions 1001340.717090 -73.999683
Monday-Sunday 11:30AM - 10:30PM
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Chinatown
Great customer service – This is nice place to go and eat quickly. You will get a great dinner for your money. Told my friends about it and noy one has complained yet.
Good noodles! – Me and my fiancee were walking around Chinatown looking for bargains when we came across Marco Polo. We wanted some good noodles and we weren't sure about going to a chinese place with the name of an Italian. But, given the history of Marco Polo, I guess it makes sense. Okay, enough of about history. On to the food. I ordered the house pan-fried noodles, which is a bunch of egg noodles that are deep fried and stuck ON TOP of some veggies, seafood, and meat and of course the sauce. You just mix it all up and voila. Pretty decent stuff. However, my fiancee ordered the egg noodle soup. She LOVED it! I had a little bit, and I must say it was pretty good. So, I guess if you want some decent noodles, discover Marco Polo.
Best Hidden Secret. Best Chinese Noodle in Town! – I went on a Thursday night to pickup dinner to go and found the restaurant surprisingly empty. People, this is probably the best hidden secret in Chinatown!
I got their lanzhou beef noodle soup, a dry beef sauce noodle, and a plate of sautéed vegetable. The vegetable dish was at least as good if not better than those of other restaurants in Chinatown, but the Lanzhou noodle was just absolutely amazing! Their noodle is the most authentic Lanzhou noodle I have found in New York (including Flushing).
The décor and ambiance could probably use some professional help, but with such low prices on the men, I have no complaints.
This is probably not the place to go for a candle light dinner. But if you want a down-to-earth but out-of-this-world Lanzhou ramen noodle, this is THE place to go!
best chinese in chinatown – this place is the best food in chinatown. perfect pricing for large quantities of food HIGHLY RECCOMENDED for fresh cheap delicious food
Fresh noodle like nowhere else – This is the best place to come to if you like fresh noodle soup. They make their own noodle (make sure you choose the Lanchau style noodle soup) - and the soups are just superb. Flavors are delicate - not as strong as Thai curries. They are ready to make anything you want - so if you want something that's not in the menu, let them know.
You can add extra vegetables for an additional 50 cents - but they mention that in the menu only in Chinese.
Noodle soup quantities are huge - so don't go for the rest of the menu - the rest are at par with the rest of Chinatown.
More for less – This is a good hang-out place with friends or by yourself. The food is great. Its cheap. Its worth a try.
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