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570 Lexington Ave, (Lexington Ave. & 51st St.)(212) 583-1618
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Served with spring roll, seasonal vegetables, choice of rice or noodles, cup of fruit, & bottled water.
Served with rice.
In China, cooking is an ancient art rather than just a nourishing necessity. Those dishes, which have stood the test of time, provide us with what is known as “the classical Chinese cuisine.” A well-planned meal will vary in texture and color as well as flavor and temperature to achieve overall harmony in the tradition of yin and yang.
Each of the four main regions of the country has developed its own distinctive culinary style. Peking (North) provides a tender, delicate taste while Shanghai (East) uses light and savory flavors. In contrast are the crispy, unusual blends of Canton (South) and spicy seasonings of Hunan and Szechwan (Central and West).
To provide their distinguished guests with the best China has to offer, Mr. K’s has meticulously searched for dishes representing the essence of each of these regions. The most gourmet recipes with the best ingredients and subtlest of seasonings have been prepared under the masterful direction of the head chef. Their beautiful presentation on imperial flatware, served in grand style, is an exotic prelude to your delight. Traditional Chinese tea and ceremonial coffee brewed fresh at the table are always available. Both are offered only at Mr. K’s and have been blended according to their recipe.
It is Mr. K’s pleasure to provide you with the highest standards of dining excellence that have ever been offered, a total experience that is unique and memorable. At Mr. K’s, the graceful and contemporary setting, adorned by fine art of jade and silver, surpassed only by its exquisite cuisine, provides an ambiance for New York City’s elite with discriminating taste. Magnificent meals, elegant surroundings, pleasurable hospitality, satisfying service—all are yours at Mr. K’s. Pursuit of perfection is their ultimate goal. They hope you agree and enjoy…
Shanghai Spring Rolls—Fried crispy golden brown and freshly made with chicken, shrimp and vegetables
Stuffed Tofu Roll—Layers of tofu sheets stuffed with sautéed mushrooms and vegetables
Fisherman’s Delight Soup—Fresh filets of fish, ginger and watercress in a clear fish broth
Chicken with Vegetables Combo Box—Tender sliced breast of chicken stir-fried with seasonal vegetables in a delicate wine sauce
Crisp Sea Bass—Filet of a fresh whole sea bass, lightly breaded and flash fried to a golden brown color; served in a hot and spicy, tangy Szechuan sauce
Rainbow Beef Fillet—Cubes of beef filet mignon, wok-tossed with bell peppers, onions and garlic, finished in a soy-sherry reduction
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Ordered the Crispy Beef appetizer. Almost no beef. Mostly breading and very very greasy. Yuck.
Posted 2 years ago by Mitchell W.
Every time I order from this place, the food is great and the delivery is always on time. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone in the area. Keep up the good work.
Posted 2 years ago by Tyra B.
Delicious Chinese but definitely pricey
Posted 2 years ago by laura d.
The spring rolls are not very good. The best items are chicken based. I also love the corn chowder. It could use a tad bit more corn, though.
Posted 2 years ago by Thomas M.
Ordered fried rice, no egg. Obviously, it was made with egg. I could not eat the rice. Food was not hot and vegetables were not cooked. 0 rating.
Posted 2 years ago by Marjorie L C.
I have to qualify this review by saying that I've ordered from and eaten at Mr. K's more than a few times and the food and service have been excellent. However, this past week I had an experience with a host that warrants this review. I placed a take out order for a lunch meeting and then went to pick it up. First, the host (who I had not seen before) greeted me in the most awkward manner I have ever encountered (think someone seeing an alien from another planet for the first time). Then, when I told him why I was there he pointed his finger to where I should follow him while looking in that direction (i.e. like a demeaning home owner may direct unwanted entrant). I brushed it off like dirt off my shoulders n followed him to pick up my order. Without making any eye contact he handed it to me. I asked him if the receipt and chop sticks were in the bag. Still no eye contact - he nodded his head and walked away. I walked out back to my office and then found out there was no receipt and not only were there no chopsticks but there were no utensils at all. I then had to walk back to the restaurant to get the receipt (yes I expensed it in) and utensils from a host who I have seen before that, thankfully, treated me like a customer and not an annoyance. Whether the aforesaid inappropriate host realizes it or not he caused me a servere inconvenience that day. It was the worst experience I have ever had with a restaurant in my entire life - hopefully the aforesaid host responsible for it changes his ways and anyone dealing with him in the future does not judge a solid restaurant by his offensive and ultimately pathetic demeanor and acts.
Posted 3 years ago by Arnab D.
pretty good - food not as good as i remember though - everything tasted fairly bland... quick delivery - which surprised me... overall "okay" - doubt i will order again though any time soon
Posted 3 years ago by Dan K.
The food arrived late and cold. More than 30 minutes past the estimated delivery time.
Posted 3 years ago by Jason L.
Despite the bad reviews here, I ordered a pickup. After waiting 20 minutes without confirmation email, I called up and they said that 'their system was down" and I got the confirm email soon after. It was ready in 20 minutes and I picked it up. I ordered Mapo tofu combo meal. It is supposed to come with seasonal veggies but no. But the main meal itself was just terrible. One of the worst mapo tofu I've tasted.
Posted 3 years ago by Nina K.
Complete disaster. It's now been over an hour (estimated delivery time was 15-30 minutes) and no sign yet of my order. Misleading. Never ever again. AVOID!!!!
Posted 4 years ago by Nicole F.
Half Peking Duck was truly excellent.
Posted 4 years ago by Zachary T.
This is the 1st time I order from this restaurant. This is the last time I order from this restaurant. Why?
1) My order took almost an hour to arrive.
2) When it actually arrived, they had sent me the wrong meal (completely off, not even close)
To be fair, they were very polite and apologetic on the phone, and are sending me the correct order as I am typing this, but this was clearly a less than desirable "first impression" AND there's no lack of competition when it comes to chinese food in Manhattan.
Posted 5 years ago by Santiago T.
The meat was tough and fatty with an overcooked taste and charred smell.
Posted 5 years ago by CHRISTY C.
It took 90 minutes to delivery my order. When I called to check on the status they were not at all interested in checking to see if my order was on its way.
Posted 5 years ago by Preston C.
The food was really bad. The pork fried dumplings were inedible and the chicken dish had a really bizarre consistency. It was the worst chinese food I've ever eaten.
Posted 5 years ago by Jennifer R.
Food was amazing. Definitely will order from there again.
Posted 5 years ago by David Z.
Posted 5 years ago by Brian D C.
LOVE Mr. K's!!!!! Peking Duck is UNBELIEVABLE!!!! So is their fried rice. Worth every penny.
Posted 6 years ago by tracey w.
we had a terrible experience here. delivery time was okay but the food was not delicious at all. worse, there was mold all over some of the strawberries. would never order or visit this place again.
Posted 6 years ago by Doug S.
Totally tasteless fried rice, which wasn't actually fried, and tasteless ribs. And it was extremely expensive.
Posted 6 years ago by madeleine j.
the absolute best chinese food in nyc. a little pricey -- but well worth it in my estimation. the food quality, service, order accuracy, everything is always perfect. strongly recommended
Posted 6 years ago by John S.
The worst chicken fried rice I've ever had. And I paid $13.00 for it. They must have the most expensive ingredients in the city, because they're certainly not charging for the flavor (bland white rice + bland chicken).
Posted 7 years ago by Michael W.
without doubt the worst food I have ever eaten. The Mongolian Lamb dish was actually cheap thinly sliced beef. Chicken dish was overcooked. Neither dish had any flavour - tastless expensive MUCK!
Posted 7 years ago by Rob P.
If you have ever been to Mr. K's, you know this beautiful upscale restaurant stops nothing short of perfection in every detail. Stunningly delicious food. The Ginger Basil Chicken I ordered at 9:22pm arrived at 9:32.
Posted 8 years ago by Melanie S.
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